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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!

Note: Better late than never: 'The Inbetweeners 2' is now available to cinemas with subtitles - please ask your nearest cinemas to screen it!

And 'Doctor Who Deep Breath' is available to cinemas with subtitles - please ask your nearest cinemas to screen it!

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Lucy subtitled (15) 1 hour 29 mins

Futuristic action. Scarlett Johansson stars as Lucy, a young woman who has a package surgically inserted in her stomach and is forced to carry the illicit substance on behalf of a gang. After a brutal beating, the package starts leaking inside her and she finds herself endowed with superhuman strength and powers **** 4 stars! Total Film.

Drogheda Arc
Wed 03 September 19:00

Dublin Cineworld
Sun 31 August 10:40, Sun 31 August 13:00, Sun 31 August 15:20, Sun 31 August 17:40, Sun 31 August 20:00, Tue 02 September 15:20

Galway Eye
Sat 30 August 17:05

Limerick Odeon
Tue 02 September 18:00



Guardians Of The Galaxy subtitled (12a) 2 hours 8 mins

Sci-fi space adventure. Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) is an intergalactic adventurer who gets his hands on a mysterious orb and finds himself a target of an evil villain called Ronan. In an effort to keep Ronan at bay, Quill forms an unlikely alliance with a ragtag group of superheroes that includes a gun-toting raccoon (Bradley Cooper), a green-skinned humanoid (Zoe Saldana) and a living tree called Groot (Vin Diesel). **** 4 stars! Empire & Total Film

Lisburn Omniplex
Wed 27 August 17:15



Into The Storm subtitled (12a) 1 hour 29 mins

Seen through the lenses of onlookers, the film follows the happenings in a small American town over the course of a single day, as their city is hit with a devastating wave of tornadoes, which tear through the town destroying everything in their path. Stars Richard Armitage (The Hobbit).

Belfast Odeon
Thu 28 August 17:00

Limerick Odeon
Mon 01 September 17:00

Swords MoviesAt
Tue 02 September 17:10



What If subtitled (15) 1 hour 42 mins

Comedy with Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan.When twenty-somethings Wallace and Chantry meet, there's an instant mutual attraction. Unfortunately, Chantry already has a long-term boyfriend, so they decide to settle for friendship instead. But as Wallace's feelings develop, he struggles to keep things platonic… **** 4 stars! Total Film

Dublin Cineworld
Sat 30 August 13:00, Mon 01 September 15:30

Dublin Vue
Sun 31 August 18:00, Tue 02 September 18:00

Limerick Odeon
Sun 31 August 13:45

Naas Odeon
Tue 02 September 18:00



Lets Be Cops subtitled (15) 1 hour 44 mins

Comedy. When two pals realise just how convincing their police outfits are, they decide to make the most of the opportunity that has presented itself. What could possibly go wrong? Well, as they're about to find out, rather a lot! 'Stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr.

Belfast Odeon
Thu 04 September 18:20

Dundrum MoviesAt
Tue 02 September 19:05

Point Village Odeon
Mon 01 September 18:20, Thu 04 September 13:15



Planes 2 Fire And Rescue subtitled (U) 1 hour 24 mins

Disney animation. Things heat up for Dusty the crop duster as he joins a team of brave fire-fighting aircrafts in tackling wildfires.

Blanchardstown Odeon
Wed 27 August 12:45



Pudsey The Movie subtitled (PG) 1 hour 27 mins

The dancing dog that won Britain's Got Talent, take centre stage in a hilarious canine caper. Pudsey leads the pack as an independent London stray who meets some four-legged friends and moves to a quiet village with his new furry family. But as Pudsey and the other pooches settle in their new home, they discover that someone is plotting against them.

Dublin Vue
Sun 14 September 10:00






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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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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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