Paddington 2

now playing115 mins
Paddington, now happily settled with the Brown family and a popular member of the local community, picks up a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy's 100t

Murder on the Orient Express

now playing129 mins
What starts out as a lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into one of the most stylish, suspenseful and thrilling mysteries ever told. From the novel by best-selling au

Daddy's Home 2

now playing115 mins
In the sequel to the 2015 global smash, father and stepfather, Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) and Brad (Will Ferrell), have joined forces to provide their kids with the perfect Christmas. T

FROZEN, PLUS OLAF'S FROZEN ADVENTURE

KIDS CREW143 mins
Disney's FROZEN returns to the big screen this winter season, with the addition of new short film, 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure'. Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a me

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

now booking165 mins
Having taken her first steps into a larger world in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Rey continues her epic journey with Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker in the next chapter of the

ACCESSIBILITY

The CEA Card

 

YOU CAN NOW APPLY FOR A NATIONAL CARD THAT PROVIDES ONE FREE ADMISSION IN ANY PARTICIPATING UK CINEMA

 

We support the CEA Card. This is a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. Terms and Conditions of use apply. For more information click this link: http://www.ceacard.co.uk/. The best way to get a CEA Card is to apply online via the CEA website, but you can also pick up a postal application form in the cinema.

CEA Carers tickets cannot be booked online, however, these tickets can be booked by telephoning your local cinema on the numbers below. Please have your CEA Card details to have, and also the performance date and time you require. A booking charge will apply.

Telephone calls are generally accepted after 5pm daily, and after 2pm Sat and Sun. During busy times, box office staff will likely be busy serving customers arriving to watch films at the cinema, and if this is the case, we ask you to kindly call back.

 

BARNSTAPLE: 01271 37 00 22. BRIDGWATER: 01278 422 383. BRISTOL: 01179 625 852. EAST GRINSTEAD: 01342 321 666.

EXMOUTH: 01395 268 220. LYME REGIS: 01297 442 053. NEWTON ABBOT: 01626 365 368. SIDMOUTH: 01395 516 463. 

 

Please note that only CEA Card tickets can be booked on these numbers - we cannot accept bookings for general performances on these lines.

 

 

Accessibility Information

 

Increasing the text size on our website

 

You can make the text on your computer easier to see and read in a number of ways including making the text bigger inside your web browser, which will make it easier to surf the internet. This process is different depending on your operating system (Windows, Mac or Linux). Most of the time you can use the Ctrl key on your keyboard (held down) and using the + and - symbols to increase and decrease the size of the content on your screen. For more information about this and in depth guide we recommend you visit this website.

 

Information for People with Limited Mobility

 

In conjunction with leading specialists, we have made the best efforts to ensure that as many of our screens as possible are accessible to those with limited mobility. Of our 19 screens, 12 are suitable for wheelchair access. In some cinemas, the physical design of the building has made it impossible to provide complete accessibility coverage, and we have to take into account many factors when deciding what is viable and what isn't. In addition to this, we have gone to great lengths to install high-visibility stair nosings and handrails to provide as much aid as possible. You can find full details of a cinemas accessibility on the 'Your Cinema' page, and you can also click on any performance time to see if a particular film is in a wheelchair accessible screen. In addition, our trained members of staff are only too happy to offer assistance where required.

 

Subtitled Shows

 

All of our cinemas are equipped with facilities to show films with subtitles for the hard of hearing. Where possible we try to schedule late afternoon and evening performances. Our ability to show subtitled films is dictated by whether the feature film is encoded with the necessary information - not all do, and where scheduled, these shows can be found on the 'Now Showing' page of our website.

 

Infra-Red Hearing Induction Loops

 

Infra-red Hearing Induction is a facility to boost the sound volume for the hard of hearing. In order to use this facility, a pair of headphones is available from the cinema ticket desk. These are placed over the ears and the sound and can be adjusted using the volume dial on the headset. Please be aware that we do not offer T-position Infrared neck loops due to incompatibilities with our systems.

 

Audio Description

 

Audio Description uses the same headphones as our infra-red system. Instead of the films soundtrack, a narrator describes the action as it is happening on-screen. Not all feature films carry the extra information necessary for Audio Description.  Ideal for the visually impaired, the volume level can be adjusted using the dial on the headset.

 

Wired Hearing Induction Loops

 

This type of induction loop allows the user to switch their hearing aid to the 'T' position in order to receive a monaural soundtrack directly to the aid. Where this is fitted, users must sit within an area of the auditorium that is 'wired up.' Staff at the cinema will be able to advise on the correct location.

 

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You can find out more information about each cinemas specific accessibility facilities by looking at the Cinema Details pages.