Relaxed Inclusive Screenings:
Suitable for everyone, but especially welcoming to parents with babies & toddlers, (buggies can be parked in the front row). These screenings are accessible for all customers, including people with decreased mobility, Dementia or Autism and their companions, and for everyone who would prefer a calmer cinema experience. Step free access is available for buggies, walkers, and wheelchairs.
At a ‘Relaxed Inclusive Screening’ we aim to provide a comfortable, tolerant, and flexible atmosphere in which you can enjoy coming to the movies with all the family. These screenings play out at a lower volume, we leave the house lights on a low setting, and we do not play any pre-show ads or trailers.
We aim to have a Relaxed Inclusive Screening twice a month on Thursday mornings.
Doors open at 10.00am – Screening at 10.30am (No Ads or Trailers)
Tickets £5.00 (Carers free of charge) including a complimentary tea / coffee.
Available to book online but if you have specific needs or requirements, please contact the Box Office directly on 01323 841414.
Fiery Rose Gooding (Jessie Buckley) has little in common with the pious Edith Swan (Olivia Colman) aside from them being neighbors in the seaside town of Littlehampton in the 1920’s. But one day, Edith starts receiving scandalous letters written with foul language as eccentric as it is obscene, and she immediately accuses Rose of being the poison pen writer behind them. As Rose stands to lose her freedom and the custody of her daughter, and outrageous letters continue to blight the town, police officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan) begins to suspect something is amiss. Together with a group of resourceful women, Gladys endeavors to solve the mystery, liberate Rose, and catch the real culprit.