From an independent cinema to a multiplex, many of London's cinemas are wheelchair accessible and provide a range of facilities to meet individual needs.
London's cinemas show everything from the latest blockbusters to arthouse movies, independent films and world cinema.
Many of the cinemas in London are wheelchair accessible. Some cinemas provide a range of facilities to meet individual needs, such as induction loops, audio-described screenings, or autism friendly screenings.
London Cinema Chains
The following cinema chains have many accessible locations across London.
- Picturehouse Cinemas
Picturehouse Cinemas access information (detailed information on each cinema is available on the individual venue listings).
Cineworld access information.
Odeon access information.
Vue website includes access info for individual theatres.
Detailed access information for each theatre is available on the Empire website under 'Cinema Info'.
Check the venue information for individual theatres on the Everyman website.
Independent Cinemas in London
The following independent cinemas are all wheelchair accessible and some offer additional facilities.
- Barbican Cinema
Barbican Cinema access information.
- Curzon Cinemas
Check the venue information for individual theatres on the Curzon cinemas website.
- BFI London IMAX
IMAX access information.
- BFI Southbank
- BFI Southbank access information.
- Lexi cinema
The building is accessible but check in advance that lifts are operating: www.thelexicinema.co.uk.
Inclusive London is an online nationwide access register to buildings, venues and services. Inclusive London’s listings are compiled from Access Audits, guided telephone access assessments, information supplied by the businesses listed and user-contributed information.
Visit the Inclusive London website for comprehensive access information on entertainment in London.
You can contact other London cinemas directly for their accessibility information. Read about London's unique and unusual cinemas here.