Autism-friendly cinema screenings are great for the whole family. The volume is lowered in the theatre, the lights are raised and there are no adverts before the film – it goes straight into the main feature. Most cinemas offer discounted tickets and all cinemas accept CEA Cards.
Vue Cinema, Birkenhead & Cheshire Oaks – will be showing Horrid Henry on the Big Screen on Sunday, 29th September at 10.15am.
Showcase Cinema, Liverpool – will be showing Playmobil: The Movie on Sunday, 8th September at 10am.
FACT Cinema, Liverpool – will be showing Horrible Histories: The Movie Singalong on Sunday, 8th September at 11.30am.
Cheshire Ice Cream Farm
Will now be hosting regular autism-friendly sessions that will take place on the first Saturday of each month. Their next session will be on Saturday, 7th September from 5.30 – 7.30pm.
Air Unlimited, Liverpool
Autism-friendly sessions take place every Monday from 6-8pm. You can bounce for 2 hours for just £6.50 and it’s free for parents and carers. There are complimentary refreshments for jumpers and designated quiet rooms available. Pre-booking is recommended as these sessions are very popular.
Spring City, Liverpool
Autism-friendly trampolining takes place every Sunday 10-11am and every Thursday 6-8pm. One of our Autism Champions, Spring City’s sessions offer you the chance to bounce as a family in an area that understands your needs.
SC2 Rhyl – Waterpark
The main waterpark is suitable for all ages and abilities. There are a number of different water slides, splash areas and interactive attractions for everyone. Then there is Tag Active which is a multi-level play area with timed activity zones to test your skill, fitness and bravery. They are now hosting autism-friendly sessions every Friday from 4-5.30pm with free carers passes. Check out all the details and what this place has to offer on the link below.
There are a number of relaxed morning sessions held at all Liverpool Museums including art play sessions. You do not need to book onto these and they take place during quieter times – most of the museums also have handy visual guides you can print off and use too.
For the full listings of what’s on and where, follow this link:
Inflatanation – Runcorn WA7 5TZ
A huge indoor arena full of inflatables for the whole family to enjoy. They host weekly disability sessions designed specifically for people with autism and their families to enjoy. These sessions differ as the number of participants is halved, the music turned down, parent and carers can enter for free and there is complimentary juice and biscuits for all.
Sessions take place on Monday’s at 7pm and Saturdays from 10am.
Peter Pan Pantomime – Liverpool Empire Theatre
Book your tickets early for an autism-friendly Christmas pantomime at Liverpool Empire to see Peter Pan on Friday, 20th December at 2pm.