Autism-Friendly Film Screenings

You can follow the latest adventures of hapless hero Johnny English at the blockbuster film screening with a difference!

Autism-Friendly Film Screenings of British action comedy Johnny English Reborn are being shown at various cinemas across the UK, during week beginning October 14, thanks to Dimensions UK.

What makes the screenings autism-friendly?

The lights will be on low
The volume will be turned down
There will be no trailers at the beginning of the film
You will be able to take your own food and drinks
You will be able to move around the cinema if you like.

The screenings will be monthly at cinemas around the UK. For details about your nearest cinema screening click Autism Screenings.

You do not need to hold a CEA (Cinema Exhibitors Association) Card in order to attend the screening, however if you do not have a CEA Card then you may be asked to show some form of ID at the cinema (e.g. a worker’s card or ID badge).

CEA Cards, which are produced by cinemas across the UK, allow a person in receipt of disability allowance to take a carer or a support worker into the cinema with them for free. To find out whether you are eligible for one of these cards click CEA Card information. To download an application for a CEA card click CEA Application Form.

For more information about the Autism-Friendly Film Screenings, or the film itself, visit Autism-Friendly FAQs.

You can also visit the Dimensions UK Facebook page at to share your views on the new screenings.

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