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News: Autism Friendly Screenings July 2010

Artsline, 29 June 2010, 17:28

Autism-Friendly Screenings

During the film low lights are left on inside the auditorium and the volume of the soundtrack is reduced. It is fine for customers to move around, make a noise or take a break during the film if they need to.

The National Autistic Society is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. If you need information, advice and support, call The National Autistic Society's Autism Helpline on 0845 070 4004 (Mon-Fri, 10-4).


Autism Friendly Kids Club
at Stratford Picturehouse

Regular Autism friendly screenings to take place at Stratford Picturehouse on the first Saturday of each month as part of their Saturday Kids Club screenings

 (U, 2010, 109min)
11am, Saturday 3 July
Join up to the Stratford Picturehouse Kids' Club and get your first screening free!*
Membership is £4 and you can join up on the day.
Non-members prices: £3 children  / £6 adults
Members prices: £2 Children / Adults FREE

SUMMER 2010                            

in association with Newham People First

Stratford Picturehouse has joined forces with People First Newham - a support group run by and for learning disabled adults - to make cinema going more enjoyable for adults with learning disabilities and other special needs.

On the first Tuesday of every month Stratford Picturehouse will screen 2 films from the main programme with an interval at half time for those of you that find sitting down for a full 2 hours a struggle.

Become a member of the cinema club and receive a membership card entitling you to reduced ticket prices and all cinema club screenings and unlimited free tea/coffee and biscuits!

The cinema doors open at 12noon and the films start at 1pm. Tea/coffee and biscuits are available from the upstairs bar area, before, during and after the screenings so you can chat about the movie with other cinema club members.
WHATEVER WORKS (12A, 2009, 92min)
GET HIM TO THE GREEK (15, 2010, 109min)
Doors open 12pm, Tuesday 6 July 
Tickets costs £3.50, carers go FREE
To book tickets call: 08707 55 00 61

Please contact Elinor Walpole for further information on any of the above screenings.

t: 020 7326 2611

There are no planned Autism-Friendly screenings for July at The Ritzy, Clapham Picturehouse or Greenwich Picturehouse.
Look out for details of Holiday screenings happening in August, these will be announced soon!

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