We regularly screen films with open-captioned-subtitles to help our hard-of-hearing or deaf audiences enjoy the cinema.

Similar to subtitles, open-captions appear at the bottom of the screen and aim to provide important details about each scene. Along with the dialogue, you will also see open captions for sound effects, background noises, musical descriptions and other audio cues that need describing.

This helps our guests with hearing loss distinguish between different people talking, emotional changes in their voices or non-vocal audio that’s relevant to the story.

Open-captioned-subtitled screenings are highlighted below in ORANGE

No Time To Die12A


No Time To Die

Daniel Craig's much anticipated final outing as James Bond is finally coming to the big screen in No Time To Die! In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in ...

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