Accessible Screenings

We welcome enquiries from individuals or groups who are interested in any of our accessible screenings. 

Please get in touch via our box office on 01239 621 200 or email 



Relaxed Screenings

(Autism friendly screenings)




What are they?

Autism-Friendly Screenings are subtly-adapted screenings which create an environment that is welcoming for people with a range of conditions such as autism, learning disabilities and cognitive disorders. They have sound levels turned down, the lights left on at a low level and there are no trailers at the beginning of the film. Film-goers are free to bring their own food and drinks to the cinema, are able to make noise and to sit where they feel most comfortable. Seats are sold on an unallocated basis for these screenings, and a quiet room is made available adjacent to the auditorium should anyone require to use it.


The next relaxed screenings will be:

Duck Duck Goose (PG) - Saturday 31 March @ 12.10pm     Mwldan 3
Peter Rabbit (PG) - Saturday 14 April @ 11.40am     Mwldan 3
Avengers: Infinity War (12A tbc) - Saturday 5 May @ 11.20am     Mwldan 1
Show Dogs (PG tbc) - Wednesday 30 May @ 11.40am     Mwldan 3
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (12A tbc) - Saturday 9 June @ 11.30am     Mwldan 2

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Subtitled Screenings



What are they?

Subtitled screenings provide a transcription of the audio from a film, displayed at the bottom of the cinema screen.  Along with the dialogue from the film, the subtitles include non-dialogue audio such as "(sighs)" or "(door creaks)".


Who can benefit from them?

People who are hard of hearing.


The next subtitled screenings will be:

Maze Runner: The Death Cure (12A) - Monday 19 March @ 8.15pm

Finding Your Feet (12A) - Tuesday 20 March @ 5.40pm

The Shape Of Water (15) - Thursday 22 March @ 8.10pm

Tomb Raider (12A) - Monday 26 March @ 6.10pm

A Wrinkle In Time (PG) - Wednesday 28 March @ 5.30pm

Please note, subtitling is not always available on all film titles.  Wherever possible we will endeavour to show at least one subtitled screening of those films that do carry subtitling.




Audio Described Screenings



What are they?

Audio Described screenings provide a pre-recorded voice commentary that describes features such as action, body language, expressions and movements during the film. The commentary fits within the silent gaps in a film, so it doesn't interfere with the dialogue. It is a separate soundtrack broadcast through wireless headphones which only the wearer can hear. Please speak to our box office should you require a headset.


Who can benefit from this facility?

Visually impaired people. For more information please visit:








Audio reinforcement is also available on all of our cinema screenings and live broadcast events.


What is it?

Audio reinforcement is a facility that amplifies the cinema screenings soundtrack via a headset. This works in place of your hearing aid. Please ask or box office for headphones if you would like to make use of this service.


Who can benefit from this facility?

People who are hard of hearing.


All of the films shown below carry Audio Description and Audio Reinforcement: