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It's the accessible cinema experience: SEE the dialogue! HEAR the action!

Every week hundreds of UK cinemas screen around a thousand shows of the latest films with English-language subtitles, for people with hearing loss, and many thousands more with audio description, for people with sight loss.

Please ask cinemas in Ireland to join them!

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Get Santa subtitled (U) 1 hour 42 mins

Comedy. Desperate to get home, Santa (Jim Broadbent) asks Tom (Kit Connor) and Steve (Rafe Spall) to help him recover his reindeer, who are running loose through the streets of London.

Blanchardstown Odeon
Mon 22 December 13:40

Newbridge Odeon
Thu 18 December 12:30

 

Horrible Bosses 2 subtitled (15) 1 hour 48 mins

Comedy. After swiftly being conned by a savvy investor (Christoph Waltz), Dale, Kurt and Nick decide the best course of action would be to kidnap his son (Chris Pine) and ransom him to regain control of their company. Stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, and Jennifer Aniston as a sex-addicted dentist.

Ireland:

Coolock Odeon
Thu 18 December 20:50

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Paddington subtitled (PG) 1 hour 35 mins

A cute Peruvian bear is smuggled to England and arrives alone at Paddington train station, The kindly Brown family find him with a label tied around his neck which reads 'Please look after this bear. Thank you.' Then 'Paddington' catches the eye of a sinister, seductive taxidermist who wants to kill and stuff him! Stars Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi and Nicole Kidman; Ben Whishaw is the voice of the title character. Rated PG for dangerous behaviour, mild threat, innuendo, infrequent mild bad language. ***** 5 stars! Empire

Belfast Odeon
Tue 23 December 16:00

Naas Odeon
Tue 23 December 11:20

Newbridge Odeon
Fri 19 December 13:45

Point Village Odeon
Mon 22 December 16:00

Portlaoise Odeon
Mon 22 December 11:20

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St Vincent subtitled (12a) 1 hour 42 mins

Comedy. Bill Murray stars as a drunken war veteran whose single-mum neighbour Maggie (Melissa McCarthy) asks him to watch over her son Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). Vincent's ideas of after-school activities turn out to involve racetracks and strip clubs rather than sports. Also features Chris O'Dowd and Naomi Watts.

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The Boxtrolls subtitled (PG) 1 hour 37 mins

Lovingly-crafted 'Coraline'-style stop-motion animation. Inhabiting caves below the streets and combing through people's rubbish, the kind and quirky Boxtrolls are misunderstood by humans, with the exception of Eggs - an orphan boy they have raised as their own. When the lovable monsters find themselves under threat from an exterminator, Eggs must try to save his adoptive family. **** 4 stars! Empire

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The Drop subtitled (15) 1 hour 46 mins

Bob's an ex-con trying to go straight, but when armed robbers hit up the New York bar he works in and steal some dirty money, things go awry. Both Bob (Tom Hardy) and his employee and cousin Marv (James Gandolfini) find themselves entangled in a brutal game of cat and mouse as local mobsters try to hunt down the stolen cash. The film is written by Dennis Lehane (Gone Baby Gone, Mystic River) and marks the final film appearance from the late James Gandolfini. **** 4 stars! (Total Film)

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The Hobbit The Battle Of The Five Armies subtitled (12a) 2 hours 24 mins

The conclusion of the trilogy sees Bilbo fighting for his life as Middle-earth's future hangs in the balance. Smaug the dragon has risen from his slumber and been unleashed upon an unsuspecting Laketown, leaving his vast hoard up for grabs. Drawn by ancient grudges and the promise of gold by the tonne, a quintet of mighty armies descend on the dwarven city of Erebor to battle it out for wealth, power and the fate of Middle-earth. Stars Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage. **** 4 stars! Empire

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Please ask your nearest cinema to screen this film with subtitles!

Belfast Odeon
Thu 18 December 17:10

Blanchardstown Odeon
Fri 19 December 12:45, Tue 23 December 15:45

Dublin Cineworld
Sat 20 December 16:30, Mon 22 December 19:50

Dublin Vue
Sun 21 December 17:30

Point Village Odeon
Fri 19 December 14:30, Tue 23 December 14:30

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The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 subtitled (12a) 2 hours 3 mins

Action drama. Led by the maniacal President Snow, the autocratic Capitol is churning out political propaganda in an effort to quell the bubbling rebellion in the districts. Meanwhile, Katniss is holed up in the mysterious District 13, where she has become a symbol of the revolution. Stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth. **** 4 stars! Time Out

Lisburn Omniplex
Wed 17 December 17:20

Naas Odeon
Tue 23 December 18:30

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The Penguins Of Madagascar subtitled (U) 1 hour 32 mins

Animated comedy. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private are recruited by the North Wind, an elite task force dedicated to helping animals who can't help themselves. Working with specialist undercover agents, they must stop evil octopus Dr. Octavius Brine from taking over the world.

Dublin Cineworld
Sun 21 December 17:00, Tue 23 December 17:00

Dublin Vue
Tue 23 December 19:50

Newbridge Odeon
Thu 18 December 13:45, Mon 22 December 14:00

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Tinkerbell And The Legend Of The NeverBeast subtitled (12a) 2 hours 24 mins

Disney animated fantasy. An animal fairy called Fawn befriends a huge creature called the NeverBeast. While Tink and her friends aren't so sure about this scary addition to Pixie Hollow, the elite Scout Fairies set out to capture the monster before he destroys their home. Fawn must rally the girls to save the NeverBeast. You can't judge a book by its cover - or a monster by its fangs. NOT available in 3D.

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We receive accessible listings directly from cinemas. Unless urgent amendments are required, listings are updated on this website by Friday. We can take NO RESPONSIBILITY for postponed or cancelled shows. If cinemas inform us of changes we will tell you via this website. If they don't inform us, we can't inform you. Please check with the ACTUAL cinema or cinemas website before you plan a visit. We recommend that you should always request confirmation that a show is definitely on.

 

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DO THIS! Every week hundreds of UK cinemas screen the latest films with English-language subtitles & audio description, for people with hearing or sight loss. Please ask cinemas in Ireland to join them and screen this film! Most subtitled shows are at weekends. Check this website on Fridays for upcoming shows. Read about how it all works HERE.

 

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Northern Ireland: A 'years cinema going for a fiver' discount card!
http://www.yourlocalcinema.com/cea.card.html

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No subtitled mainstream films next week? Please ask the cinemas to screen the many available subtitled films! All digital-equipped cinemas can show most of the latest releases with subtitles.

Why do only a few cinemas in Ireland show
the latest films with subtitles? Explanation HERE

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