Place Category: Cinemas in DorsetPlace Tags: Autism Friendly Screenings, Cinema Dorset, Cinema in Dorset, Cinema Wells, dorchester cinema, Film Centre Cinema Wells, Wells Festival of Film and yeovil cinema
The Wells Film Centre
Venue open every day has special tea-time matinee deal which includes tea/coffee and biscuits
During Autism Friendly Screenings the soundtrack is turned down a little and the house lights remain on low in the auditorium. If anyone makes a noise or moves around then that is absolutely fine.
They happen on the first Sunday every month and these screenings are designed for people with sensory sensitivities, those touched by autism and anyone who feels they will benefit from the adjustments and
We will also do additional screenings during school holidays on a Wednesday (where possible). Wells Festival of Film
Cinema in Dorset
The doors open at 10.30am and we start at 11am with one trailer showing the next Autism Screening followed by the film
The Regal Cinema is an outstanding example of a small town 1930’s cinema (well actually Tenbury Wells is a Cathedral City, but is relatively small). Built by the Clifton Cinemas chain (Regal Wells Company Ltd.), it opened on 12th November 1935 with Ronald Colman in “Clive of India
About this Cinemas history see Link http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/22111No tags for this post.
- Princes Road Wells Somerset BA5 1TD 01749 673195