Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientist is April's Autism Friendly Film Screening at over 80 ODEONs across the UK and Ireland onSunday 15th April, 11:30am. Find your nearest cinema
What's the film about?
The film follows Pirate Captain and his crazy crew as they set out on a mission to win the Pirate of the year Award, sailing from the shores of Blood Island to Victorian London.
Based on Gideon Defoe’s popular ‘The Pirates!’ series of books, ‘The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists’ features voices a stellar crew of British talent including Hugh Grant and Imelda Staunton. Watch the trailer
When is May's Autism Friendly Film Screening?
We'll have details of the next few autism friendly film screenings soon. Please register for our eNewsletter to be first in line to get the details!
Which cinemas are involved?For details about your nearest participating cinema go to ourCinema list.
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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'll be able to take your own food and drinks
- You'll be able to move around the cinema if you like**.
Cinema tickets can be bought from Wednesday 7th March, by calling ODEON's Accessibility Helpline on 0800 138 3315 (Network charges may apply) between 11am and 8pm or by visiting your closest cinema.
List of cinemas
Below is a list of all of the currently participating cinemas* and all screenings begin at 11:30am.
We've tried to select cinemas that are accessible but please confirm your nearest cinema's facilities by calling ODEON's Accessibility Helpline on 0800 138 3315.
Liverpool (Switch Island)
Oxford George Street
For more information about you closest participating cinema please use the ODEON cinema finder.
* We realise that not all ODEON cinemas are involved but we've tried to ensure that the cinemas chosen are within an hour's drive of 95% of people across the country.
** Guests are reminded not to run inside the cinema and children are to be supervised at all times.