My cinema gives different types of screenings. For example, there are relaxed screenings for autistic children, senior screenings with free tea and cake, kids screenings, and screenings for the visually impaired and deaf.
Have you ever been to a special sort of screening like this? Was it for yourself, or the person you were going with? Was the experience any different?
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That's wonderful Bryony, if only other cinemas followed suit to cater for everyone. The only different types of screenings they have in our local cinemas are 'mums and bubs' sessions usually mid week mornings, which cater for parents with babies or young children, where lights are dimmed and sound is quieter to allow for sleeping little ones. I have been a few times.
No, I didn't know about this. We only attend a theatre in our local art gallery, that holds about 40 people, for over 18 years old, & 1 needs to be a member of the film club. It shows the same 1 film, at 4 different times during the week. We always go to the 2pm Sunday session, if we're not away somewhere of cause, nor during the school holidays, when they don't show a movie. All these movies for only $4O a year! We even attend, if we don't know what the movie is their showing. We've only ever not liked 1 of them, & we've been going for 4 or 5 years since it started! Sorry, i've got way off track here, for this question!