When Jake’s grandfather leaves him a series of clues to an ancient mystery, he sets out on a journey that takes him to ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children’.
Living apart from a society that wouldn’t understand them, each of the children has their own strange ability. One can breathe underwater; one is invisible; and another can fly. But with these powers come powerful enemies – and now only Jake’s “peculiarity” can save his friends.
Based on the best-selling novel and directed by Tim Burton, it’s time to discover what makes you unique and join the residents of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children’.
What makes the screenings autism friendly?
These alternative screenings are recommended to anyone who might benefit from the subtle alterations made to the auditorium environment. Films are screened with the lights turned up, the volume turned down, and with the trailers and adverts removed. People can feel free to move around the cinema or make a noise as they feel comfortable. Guests are reminded not to run inside the cinema and children should be supervised at all times.
ODEON Autism Friendly Screenings are designed to make the cinema experience more accessible to guests who might find mainstream screenings challenging. The screenings are run in partnership with learning disability and autism support provider Dimensions.