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A special relaxed screening of this visually dazzling and imaginative new animated adventure from the director of Song of the Sea.
In a time of superstition and magic, a 17th-century hunter has a change of heart when she travels to Ireland to help her father wipe out the last pack of wolves.
Running time: 1h43. Relaxed screenings have no ads and only one or two trailers before the film starts, so please arrive on time.
Our relaxed screenings have the lights up a little and the sound slightly lower for customers with additional support needs or who would benefit from a calmer space. You are free to come and go or make noise during the film if you need to. Due to the limited spaces available due to social distancing we ask customers to only book for a relaxed screening if they would be uncomfortable in a standard screening, leaving tickets for those who need them most. Click here for other screening times for this film.
If you would like to discuss access requirements or have any questions about our relaxed screenings please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01595 745500 or visit us in person at Mareel Box Office from 10am Wednesday to Sunday.
When booking tickets, please be aware the box office system is set up to automatically block off seats around each booking, keeping the appropriate distance between customers. If you're booking for a group, please make sure all the people in that group are in the same household (including extended households as defined here), and if you want to see a film with someone from your household, you'll need to book your tickets at the same time if you want to sit together. Face coverings must be worn in the cinema unless you're eating or drinking, and we're requesting that customers take their own rubbish with them at the end of the film, and put it in the bins provided. Cinemas will be thoroughly cleaned between each screening, and there is hand sanitiser available throughout the building.