Hopsterwood screening

A few weeks ago I was contacted by the fabulous people at Hopsterwood. They asked if I wanted to go to one of their screenings with my two smalls.
My two adore the cinema & love popcorn, I barely had to even think about it & said yes of course we would love to. Especially being so close to home in Brighton. 

We had a great morning. 

The cinema was full of little people running crazy but no one minded as this was exactly what Hopsterwood screenings are all about surly ? 

So what is Hopsterwood? 
I’m not sure whether you know, but Hopster is a TV and learning platform for pre-schoolers; creating a digital playground for families that makes entertainment fun, safe, interactive and elevating.
Where can you go to a screening?
It is holding special screening events for families and preschoolers nationwide from Monday 29th December to Friday 2nd January in partnership with Picturehouse. At each screening winter specials of Louie and 64 Zoo Lane will be shown on the big screen. Taking place at Brighton Duke of York Picturehouse on 29th Dec and Brighton Komedia Picturehouse on 30th Dec at 11:30am it’s going to be a morning of heart-warming festive fun, perfect for those wanting to get the family out of the house after Christmas!
There will also be a special screening event at Hackney Picturehouse London, on Tuesday 30th December at 11:00am, where attendees will be able to meet 64 Zoo Lane’s creator and illustrator An Vrombaut, who will be leading a creative activity to keep the little ones amused.
Hopsterwood screening
Parents will receive a free two month Hopster subscription. Available on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Hopster is normally £3.99 and includes interactive games and over 1000 episodes of ad free TV content, including Bob the Builder, Ben & Holly, Angelina Ballerina, The Gruffalo, Louie, 64 Zoo Lane, Pingu, Max & Ruby and Babar.  
Duke of york Brighton Cinema 
Open to the public, admission to the event is £3 per child and adults go free. 
You can see if Hopsterwood screening is available near you HERE

With no ads EVER. No we mean it. No ads EVER!


We made a day out of it & popped on the 15 minute train journey to Brighton, went straight to the Screening both my children loved it, they sat for the whole 66minutes eating their popcorn, laughing & really got into it. 

I would 100% recommend a Hopsterwood Screening to anyone with preschooler children or slightly younger/older. 
My two are 2 & 5 years old. 

We stopped for lunch in town & then done a bit of Sale shopping before it was time to get back on the train & get home. 

We took my best friend with us as Mr.H was working... Boo! 

We had a really lovely day!

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