We love it because... The atmosphere is relaxed and as a newborn Mum, it's really handy to be able to take the pram into the screening. Movie Mornings (10am) show grown-up films and you can take babies under 1 along with you - similar to the Picturehouse Big Scream screenings. Thankfully there's lots of space for buggies (loads more than the Picturehouse we visited in East Dulwich). There's a cosy seating area with bean bags and rugs, and the best bit - no adverts or trailers! As well as the early morning session, there's also Family Favourites screenings (12.30) - suitable for children of all ages - and Cult Classics (4pm) for older kids and teenagers.
We spotted... A soft play area in the foyer for children and free treats with your ticket (croissants for Mums and popcorn for kids!).
What's not so good... The timings of the morning screenings aren't ideal. It's hard for a new mum to get anywhere by 10am, let alone central London! The 12:30 screenings for toddlers are likely to clash with lunchtime naps too.
Rupert, aged 4 months, says... Mummy and I watched Jurassic World, which wasn't a good idea. Every time a scary dinosaur came on the screen, I was terrified! I loved watching Amy at the Picture House though - Mummy just needs to think through the film choices a bit more carefully next time.
Top tip... The Unicorn Theatre CineClub is just round the corner from the madness of the South Bank, where there's always lots going on, so it makes a great day out during the school holidays.