We have recently introduced a new design for odeon.co.uk, which has been applied across the majority of our site. We strive to make this site accessible to a wide audience and as such, we will be undertaking a new full accessibility audit on our site by August 2009. We will make any reasonable changes to our site in order to ensure we comply with WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
In the meantime, we welcome any comments, suggestions or feedback you have for us, please feel free to contact us.
We will strive to deliver the service that people demand and deserve, and to create a culture and environment that eliminates unfair discrimination and which actively promotes productive working relationships based on the unique contribution of different individuals in all of our operations.
We support the principles of the 'Disability Discrimination Act' (1995) and are committed to recognising and responding to the needs of all disabled people.
It is our intention, wherever possible, that all our premises and facilities are accessible whatever the nature of disability. We work with other informed parties, for example the 'Cinema Exhibitors Association', 'Employers Forum on Disability', 'The UK Film Council' and other professional groups to develop solutions to our own and industry wide barriers to access.
'Freeney Williams Ltd', a specialist agency in this area, have reviewed all cinemas and the services that we offer to ensure all are as widely accessible as is reasonably possible. We remain committed to this work and understand that it is an ongoing process to be reviewed on a frequent basis.
If you wish to find out what accessible facilities there are at your local ODEON, please click on 'Cinema Information' for your chosen cinema and check under the 'Disabled Facilities' section. If you still have a question regarding accessibility then please contact ODEON by emailing info@ODEONUK.com or phone 0800 138 3315 between 9AM and 9PM and we will be pleased to help.