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Monsters uni

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  • 1. AUTISM FRIENDLY SCREENINGS Watch selected films in an autism friendly environment; lights up and sound on low with no trailers, freedom to move around the cinema** and to bring your own refreshments. For the latest Autism Friendly Screening news monthly simply request the e-news bulletin from www.dimensions-uk.org/autismfriendly. Plan your trip now to see: MONSTERS UNIVERSITY (tbc) 2D: 21 JULY at 11.30am.
  • 2. AUTISM FRIENDLY SCREENINGS EVERY MONTH Sensory friendly screenings for people with autism and people with learning disabilities every month at more than 90 ODEON cinemas in the UK and Ireland. Autism Friendly Screenings are brought to you by learning disability and autism support provider, Dimensions and cinema group ODEON in a joint campaign to improve people’s access to the cinema. For the latest news on Autism Friendly Screenings and participating cinemas please visit www.dimensions-uk.org/autismfriendly. Cinema tickets can be purchased as normal from the cinema box office or online via the ODEON website www.odeon.co.uk or through the accessibility helpline on 0800 138 3315 between 11am and 8pm. Tickets are available to purchase from 11am Wednesday 17 July. The next screening will be MONSTERS UNIVERSITY (tbc) 2D: on Sunday 21 July at 11.30am. Lights are left on low and the volume is turned down There are no trailers before the film People can move around the cinema and make noise as they feel comfortable** People can bring their own food and drink People with autism and people with sensory differences can attend the cinema with their friends, siblings and other family members in an inclusive environment Support workers / carers can attend for free with a CEA Card. **Guests are reminded not to run in the cinema and children to be supervised at all times.

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