Tyneside Cinema’s sensory friendly screenings for people with autism, learning disabilities and/or additional needs and their families. The screenings are open to everyone.
Access Cinema is a series of shows for people who prefer to see a film in a low sensory environment.
When you come to Access Cinema you can enjoy great family films with the sound turned down a touch and the lights up a little. There won't be any adverts or trailers to sit through and our team will be on hand throughout the screening if you need any help. We also have a chill-out space handy if you want to take a break, and if you want to move around or make a bit of noise that's absolutely fine.
Where possible the screenings also feature HOH subtitles.
Access Cinema screenings run fortnightly on Sundays at 10:30.
Access Screenings Jan/Feb
Storks (PG) Sunday 22 January, 10.30am
Phantom Boy (PG) Sunday 5 February, 10.30am
Trolls (U) Sunday 19 February, 10.30am
Half-term Screening: Moana (PG) Wednesday 22 February, 12.30pm
Tickets cost just £4.00 for everybody. Carers with a carer's pass, or accompanying the holder of a Max Card, HUB Card or CEA pass will be admitted for FREE (one companion per party).
To get regular updates about the Access Cinema programme please sign up here or call our Box Office team on 0191 227 5500.
Tyneside Cinema is based in Newcastle city centre. It is served by several major bus routes and is one minute from Monument Metro station. Car parks are close by, at New Bridge Street and John Dobson Street.
The Tyneside Cinema is an accessible building and has:
We hope to provide the best possible experience at all of our shows. Please send your feedback and suggestions to email@example.com.
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Box office: 0191 227 5500
Films for January/February are listed below. Films for March are still to be announced.