National autism friendly cinema screenings

 Autism-friendly screenings are sometimes called relaxed or sensory-friendly screenings. Adjustments are made to reduce stress and sensory input, such as low lighting and sound, freedom to move and staff trained in autism awareness.

Upcoming autism-friendly cinema screenings

Here are the upcoming films for our partner cinemas. Please visit their webpage for full details:

Cineworld – Migration
See an autism-friendly screening of Migration on the 3rd March at 11am.
Please note that Cineworld Enfield location will be showing their screening the day [Saturday] before at 11am.

The Light – Various
The Light has a variety of screenings scheduled across their cinemas. Please visit their page to find out what’s showing near you.

Showcase – Various
See an autism-friendly screening, at 10:30am*, of:

  • 4th February – Migration
  • 11th February – Migration
  • 18th February – The Jungle Bunch World Tour
  • 25th February – Madame Web

*NOTE: the time has changed from 10am to 10:30am for Showcase autism friendly screenings.

Picturehouse – Various
See an autism-friendly screening of:

  • The Iron Giant on 18th February
  • Trolls Band Together on 17th March
  • Wish on 21st April

Times and films vary by location. Find out more on their website.

ODEON – Migration
See an autism friendly screening of Migration on the 25th of February at 10am or 10:15am*

***Important; some ODEON cinemas open later so will be showing the screening later than 10am. Please check with your local cinema.

Vue – Wish
See an autism friendly screening of tbc on Sunday 25th February at 10:30am at participating Vue cinemas.

At least once a month ODEON, Cineworld, Vue, Showcase, Picturehouse and Everyman cinemas show popular films in an autism-friendly environment, and independent cinemas can use our free training to host their own.

We hope these screenings will help more people with sensory sensitivity enjoy the cinema and for many, provide a transition into regular screenings.

Anyone who feels they can benefit from the adjustments is welcome and no proof of diagnosis is needed. Your loved ones or support staff are welcome too.

Find an autism-friendly screening near you

This map displays our partner cinemas showing autism-friendly screenings and some independent cinemas too. Alternatively, use the buttons below to find out about upcoming screenings.

Click the arrow on the left to turn the layers on and off for each cinema brand. We try to keep this information up to date but recommend you check with your local cinema for participation details.

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