ODEON autism friendly screenings
We’re thrilled to announce that autism friendly cinema screenings are coming back!
ODEON’s autism friendly cinema screening:
See an autism friendly screening of Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania (12A) on the Sunday 12th March 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.
What makes a cinema screening autism friendly?
Sometimes you might also see an autism friendly screening being described as a relaxed screening or a sensory friendly screening. This means there are some adjustments in place to help reduce the stress and sensory input people with autism and other sensory sensitivities can experience.
Some autism friendly adjustments include:
- There are no trailers
- The lights and volume are turned down
- You can sit where you want and move around
- You can take your own food and drink
- Staff are trained in autism understanding
- Carers can get free entry with a valid CEA Card.
Dimensions provides free online training for every cinema in the UK, and additional support for our partner cinemas; ODEON, Cineworld, Vue, Showcase, Picturehouse and Everyman.
Which ODEON cinemas show autism friendly screenings?
Please check via odeon.co.uk to book tickets and see if your local ODEON is participating in this special Christmas screening.
ODEON cinemas running autism friendly film screenings
- Birmingham Broadway Plaza
- Coventry Skydome
- Dundee (Douglas Field)
- East Kilbride
- Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird
- Edinburgh West
- Epsom – ODEON Epsom’s films start at 11am
- Glasgow Quay
- Lee Valley
- Liverpool One
- Liverpool Switch Island
- Manchester Great Northern
- Milton Keynes Stadium
- Newcastle East / Silverlink
- Northwich Barons Quay
- Point Square
- Port Solent
- South Woodford
- Surrey Quays
- Trafford Centre
- Tunbridge Wells
- Uxbridge The Chimes
- West Bromwich
- Weston Super Mare
How do I book tickets?
Tickets are available to book around 5 days in advance. You can book tickets on ODEON’s website or at your local cinema.
The film’s name will be listed with “Autism friendly screening” before it so you know you’re booking the right one.
If you have a CEA Card and you’re booking online, you will need an online profile and to add it to the ‘Accessibility’ section of your details in ‘My ODEON’.
If you have any booking enquiries, please contact ODEON:
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