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Autism Friendly Cinema

The Odeon have sent out the following information about autism friendly cinema:

 

Dimensions autism friendly screenings August 2017
Hello there, We work with ODEON, Cineworld, Vue and Showcase cinemas to screen films in a sensory friendly environment for people of all ages to enjoy the cinema. Find out more on our website.
Upcoming films Cineworld host an autism friendly cinema screening on the first Sunday of every month at 11am. Cineworld’s next autism friendly film screening is Captain Underpants on Sunday 6th August at 11am. Find out more about screenings at Cineworld Showcase host an autism friendly cinema screening on the second Sunday of the month at 10am. Showcase’s next autism friendly film screening is Captain Underpants on Sunday 13th August at 10am. Find out more about screenings at Showcase ODEON host an autism friendly cinema screening every month at 10:15am. At a select number of cinemas, ODEON are trialling screenings for older audiences. ODEON’s next autism friendly film screening is The Emoji Movie on Sunday 20th August at 10:15am. ODEON’s next autism friendly films for older audiences at 9 cinemas is Valerian (12A) on Monday 21st August at 6pm. Extra autism friendly films at ODEON this summer Over summer, selected ODEON cinemas are showing extra autism friendly films including Cars 3 and Despicable Me 3. Please note

  • ODEON Epsom’s autism friendly screenings begin at 11am.
  • Tickets for the latest releases may come with a small Blockbuster charge of £1, on top of the normal ticket price.

Find out more about screenings at ODEON Vue host an autism friendly cinema screening on the last Sunday of every month at 10:15am, from £1.99. Vue’s next autism friendly film screening is The Smurfs: The Lost Village on Sunday 30th July at 10:15am. Vue’s August film is to be confirmed. Please check the website for updates. Find out more about screenings at Vue

“Although I do not have autism, I went to an autism friendly screening because I have hypervigilance, anxiety and hallucinations…I have never felt so relaxed in a cinema!” – Rebecca
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