ACCESSIBILITY AT CURZON

Here at Curzon, we want everyone to have the best experience at our cinemas. This guide is designed to ensure your visit with us is as smooth as possible.

If you have questions about our accessibility facilities, please call our customer-service team on 01233 555644 or visit our Contact Us page. When at our venues, you can always raise any queries with our staff, who will be more than happy to assist you.

We welcome comments, suggestions and feedback.

CEA cards

We accept CEA cards at Curzon. A CEA card allows one person to go free with a disabled guest when they visit the cinema. Please be aware that CEA cards can be redeemed for bookings made at our cinemas or through the phone line. Find out more about CEA cards here.

Captioned shows

We offer captioned shows for the hard of hearing. These are clearly indicated on our website with the Hard of Hearing attribute that appears next to the film screening. You can also filter Hard of Hearing screenings under the preferences section of 'Now showing' and 'Coming soon' film listings.

VISITING CURZON

We offer restricted-mobility and wheelchair-user access at most of our cinemas, as well as Audio Description and hearing-assist headsets. You can consult our Venue Pages for detailed accessibility information for each site. Find an outline of services offered below:

Aldgate
The cinema is on one level and wheelchair-accessible; each screen has two wheelchair spaces. 

Bloomsbury
All screens are accessible by lift, and each one has at least two wheelchair spaces.

Camden
This venue is fully wheelchair-accessible; each screen has one wheelchair space.

Canterbury
Each screen has two wheelchair spaces; Screens 2 and 3 (on the upper floor) are accessible by lift. 

Colchester
All screens are wheelchair-accessible; each has at least one wheelchair space. 

Hoxton
All screens are accessible by lift, and each one has two wheelchair spaces. 

Knutsford
All screens are accessible by lift, and each one has two wheelchair spaces. 

Mayfair
Wheelchair access is provided on entrance to the building via a stairlift, which is subject to weight restrictions and is unsuitable for powered wheelchairs. Screen 1 is accessed via another dedicated lift. There is no disabled access to the Royal Boxes or Screen 2, which are up two flights of stairs. 

Oxford
All screens are wheelchair-accessible; each has two wheelchair spaces. 

Richmond
The venue is fully wheelchair-accessible and hosts weekly captioned Hard of Hearing screenings.

Ripon
The venue is fully wheelchair-accessible and includes an accessible toilet. 

Sheffield
The venue has a wheelchair-accessible entrance, with an automatic door fitted with a doorbell, and each screen has two wheelchair spaces.

Soho
All screens are accessible by lift, and each one has at least one wheelchair space. 

Victoria
All screens are accessible by lift, each screen has one wheelchair space. 

Wimbledon
All screens are accessible by lift, each screen has two wheelchair spaces.