Our relaxed screenings are designed to benefit our customers with additional needs (such as people living with dementia, autism, or other neurodivergent people and their personal assistants, friends and family) or anyone who wants to enjoy a film in a more relaxed, spacious environment. Everyone is welcome.
Here's what you can expect at a Relaxed Screening:
- Reduced Capacity - The capacity for the cinema will be set at 60% of our usual capacity to ensure there's enough room between audience members
- The cinema doors will open 20 minutes before the screening start time
- We won't show any trailers or adverts and the film will start promptly at its advertised start time
- The lights will be up a little
- The sound will be down a little
- You are welcome to move around the cinema, to talk and make noise, and to exit and enter the cinema as you please
- There will be lots of space in the cinema so you can spread out or lie down if you choose.
- It is very informal and yoga mats and beanbags will be available
- We will screen films with Descriptive Subtitles whenever they are available
- We will provide a separate quiet space where you can chill out if you need to
- Our staff will be around to help with whatever you need.
Upcoming Relaxed Screenings
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£8.50 full / £5.00 concessions and under 24s, and personal assistants go free.
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Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 0117 927 5100 or speak to us in person to let us know what you think and if there's anything we can improve.