Autism Friendly Screening: No Time To Die (12A)

16th November
Tue 16 November, 2pm

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Having left active service, Bond spends his retirement feeling the weight of separation from Madeleine (Léa Seydoux).  His solitude is fleeting, though, when Felix (Jeffrey Wright), an old friend, turns up unexpectedly – and the spy is taken on a mission far more treacherous than even he could have expected.

In his reportedly final outing as the debonair secret agent, Daniel Craig stars in the 25th instalment of the action-packed Bond series.

This screening is an Autism Friendly Screening

Autism Friendly Screenings are films shown with low-level lighting, reduced sound-levels and no adverts or trailers. The auditorium will open 30 minutes before the film to allow audiences time to familiarise themselves with the space. Visits to the venue prior to the screening can also be arranged. Aimed at both children and adults on the autistic spectrum, along with their carers, families and/or friends, it is fine for audiences to move around, make noise and take breaks during the film.

Please Note: This film is a 12A certificate. No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult. Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child.

Ticket Prices

Ticket info: £7 / 4 for £21

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Running Time

2hrs 43m