Tickets can be bought in the cinema, over the phone or online. There is a lowered counter section available at our retail stand upstairs in the cinema foyer (lift available). Wheelchair users should find our ATMs (Automated Ticket Machines) at a workable height also. If you require any specialist help to book your tickets please call us on (01482) 968 090, email us or ask any member of staff in the cinema.
Parkway Cinemas participates in the CEA card scheme. This scheme enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema.
The card belongs to the disabled person. The disabled person or the supporter must present the card in person at the cinema to claim a free ticket. CEA tickets can not be purchased over the phone or online.
A free ticket can only be claimed when purchasing a standard priced film or event cinema ticket. It cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
The Card is developed by UKCA’s Disability Working Group, whose members include film exhibitors and distributors, and national disability charities such as Action on Hearing Loss, the RNIB, Dimensions and Muscular Dystrophy UK.
If you have questions about the card and how it works please visit ceacard.co.uk
The nearest car park is in the Flemingate Centre which has dedicated disabled spaces. There is a set of power assisted doors at the main entrance. From the ground floor there is a large staircase (or a 3 person customer lift if required) to bring you in to the main cinema foyer on the first floor. Every screen has space for a wheelchair and reserved companion seats. You can purchase wheelchair space tickets on the website, over the phone or in person. As there are limited spaces, we recommend that wheelchair users get tickets in advance.
Every screen has a selection of seats available without having to go up any stairs.
For more information please refer to the seating plan when booking your tickets or contact us.
In addition to the main cinema public toilets, there are 2 x wheelchair accessible toilets with enough room for a user and a supporter (if required), pull cord alarm, hand rails and a baby changing table. There are no steps to navigate to any of our toilets.
There are hearing loops installed in every screen at this cinema. To use, please switch your hearing aid to the "T" position. In addition to the hearing loops, the cinema has available some sets of infra-red headsets that can be used for all of our film performances to boost the sound. Some areas of the cinema have better reception than others for hearing aids and infra-red headsets - please contact us or speak to a member of staff for further advice.
Parkway aims to show regular subtitled performances of films. This is where the picture and subtitles are shown on the screen for people to read. Sometimes this is because of a foreign language film, or for the benefit of people who are hard of hearing.
See our subtitled shows here, and don't forget to sign up for notifications to stay up to date.
Some of our film performances have Audio Description available. These are standard film performances, with the added benefit of an explanatory track coming through special headphones worn by a guest. These headsets are provided by the cinema.
There is no extra charge for the rental of these headphones, but they are limited in numbers. Please contact us to check availability and reserve a headset.
We recommend you arrive a little earlier so we can get you set up with the headset in good time.
Our relaxed screenings are designed for customers who live with autism or dementia, and their friends / family.
Our aim is to create a more relaxed and supportive environment, where people are more understanding of the needs of others.
The lights will be left on a little brighter than normal, the sound will be lower and where possible there will be no adverts or trailers before the film.
Like all our film performances, CEA card holders can bring a supporter with them for no extra charge.
Cinema goers are free to move around, talk, or take a break during the film if they need to.