For the hearing impaired we have headsets that offer audio amplification. In addition, subtitled screenings for the hearing impaired are shown at a frequency of at least one screening per week. The genre of film and the screening time and day of the week when films are screened with subtitles are rotated to try to be as inclusive as possible. Descriptive subtitling is used where available; captions for speech is used where descriptive subtitling is not available. Please refer to our programme/website for details of which screenings have subtitles – these will be shown with ‘S/T’ after the film’s certificate in the programme and ‘S/T’ after the screening time on the film’s webpage.
For the visually impaired, we offer audio description via a headset, on selected films. Ask at the Box Office as you buy your ticket to borrow a headset and please refer to our website/programme for details of which forthcoming screenings are available with this facility – these film titles are shown with ‘A/D’ after the film’s certificate in the programme (which can be downloaded from the website homepage).
For more information on Audio and Soft Subtitled screenings please visit Accessible Screenings
For more information on other ways we aim to improve access please visit our Access page.