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Theatre, Cinema and Arts

At Hull Truck Theatre we are committed to making the theatre as welcoming and accessible as possible, for everyone.

You can find more information below about the facilities available at the theatre, along with information to help you plan your visit.

Accessibility Information


We hope you have a really enjoyable experience and we are looking forward to seeing you at Hull Truck Theatre soon.


Contact Details:

Phone: 01482 323 638
Email: box.office@hulltruck.co.uk



Our SENsations class at Park Street is our SEN theatre group. During this class we discover all areas of the performing arts in a fun and relaxed environment, where our primary focus is to make friends and enjoy ourselves! These activities include musical theatre, dancing, playing with musical instruments and learning Makaton to some of our favourite songs. This class is open to teenagers, young adults and adults of all ages and we already have a mix of age ranges currently attending who can’t wait to make more, new friends.

Classes are every Monday from 5:00pm until 6:30pm and cost just £5, but you can try your first class out for free. As well as this, every class includes a free cup of tea, coffee or juice for all students and carers. To attend, all you need to do is show up at Park Street on a Monday, ready to have some fun!


Contact Details:

Phone: 01482 222 452
Email: info@parkstreethull.co.uk

Website: Park Street Performing Arts Centre - Hull (parkstreethull.co.uk)

Autism Friendly Screenings

A number of cinemas run regular autism-friendly film sessions.  The films are shown with low-level lighting and reduced sound-levels and the auditorium is opened before each showing to allow audiences time to familiarise themselves with the space before the start of the film.

The screenings are aimed at both children and adults on the autistic spectrum, along with their carers, families and/or friends, so it is fine for audiences to move around, make noise and take breaks during the film. 

Please visit the cinema websites for further information: 

Autism-friendly screening: Cineworld website (external website) 

Cineworld host an Autism Friendly Screening at 11:00am on the 1st Sunday of every month. 

Tel: (01482) 835011

Email: hull@cineworld.co.uk


Autism-friendly screening: Odeon website (external website) 

ODEON Cinemas host an Autism Friendly Screenings at 11:30am each month

Tel: 0871 224 4007


Autism-friendly screening: Vue website (external website) 

Vue Cinemas will host an Autism Friendly Film at 10:00am on the last Sunday of every month.

Tel: 08712 240 240

Email: customerservices@vuemail.com 


Autism-friendly screening: York City Screen (external website)

Tel: 0871 902 5726 

Email: cityscreenyork@picturehouses.co.uk

Autism-friendly screening: Junction website (external website)

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Times: 11.00am
Cost: £3.00
Venue: Junction, Paradise Place, Goole, DN14 5DL
Tel: 01405 763652

Email: boxoffice@junctiongoole.co.uk


Audio Described Screenings

Cinemas do offer special screenings for people with sight loss and those who are visually impaired. For selected films a narration track is available through special headphones. This fills the gaps in dialogue by describing what is happening on the screen. These are advertised on their websites; please contact your local cinema to see what films they are offering.

Subtitled Screenings

Cinemas also offer some films with subtitles to assist people with hearing loss. These are advertised on their websites; please contact your local cinema to see what films they are offering.

Wheelchair Users

Most cinemas have facilities for people who use wheelchairs please contact your local cinema to discuss your needs.

Hull's unique Museums Quarter - consisting of Wilberforce House, the Hull and East Riding Museum, Streetlife - is a great place to start your journey of historic Hull. But don’t forget the Ferens Art Gallery in Queen Victoria Square.

You’ll find the Museums Quarter on High Street in the heart of the Old Town, on the banks of the River Hull. The old warehouses, merchant dwellings, lanes and pubs nearby all lend their unique flavour to this historic district.

All of our museums are situated in Hull City Centre and are within short walking distance of the bus and train station (Paragon Interchange). 

Entry into all of our museums is free!

Ferens Art Gallery - Visual Story and access information


Streetlife Museum – Visual Story and access information


Hull and East Riding Museum – Visual Story and access information

Hull and East Riding Museum | Hull Culture and Leisure (hcandl.co.uk)


Contact Details:

Phone: 01482 300 300
Email: info@hcandl.co.uk

Website: Museums and galleries | Hull Culture and Leisure (hcandl.co.uk)

Anyone can use our libraries, whatever your age. We have 12 libraries across the city that provide a wide range of materials for loan, computers and internet access and a fantastic range of events and activities. We offer an excellent support service for schools and also have a home library service for those who are unable to get to a library.

Joining the library is free, as are most of its services and events. You can even access some of our information resources from the comfort of your home.

Pop in to your local library or explore our website and prepare to be amazed!


Contact Details:

Phone: 01482 300 300
Email: info@hcandl.co.uk

Website: Libraries | Hull Culture and Leisure (hcandl.co.uk)


Immersive, inclusive and groundbreaking multi-sensory theatre, right at your fingertips. Join us in the multi-sensory world of a Concrete Youth production!

We create original, groundbreaking and exciting multi-sensory theatre for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).

Our productions are performed in calm, immersive environments and are toured to theatres and arts centres across the UK. Shows are complemented with Makaton, inclusive dialogue, sensory engagement, and so much more. Our work is designed, made and performed by world-class artists and experts to ensure that our audience get the exceptional, multi-sensory theatre that they deserve.

Concrete Youth productions to date have been seen by audiences with PMLD across five continents, received countless 5-star reviews and been nominated for nationally-recognised, prestigious awards.


The main priorities of Concrete Youth's education department is:

To offer fantastic, multi-sensory education for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
To increase the education, understanding and awareness of inclusivity, accessibility and people with PMLD to the wider public.

Concrete Youth's education department offers a range of excellent services for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, and the public as a whole.

All of our services are fully bespoke. This allows us to ensure that what we are delivering is absolutely fit for what you and the person(s) you care for need. All services involve multi-sensory play of some kind and has inclusivity at its heart. Our facilitators are DBS-checked, experienced and qualified in special education, access and inclusive theatre.


Contact Details:

Unit 3,
161 High Street,

Phone: 01482 961 005
Email: info@concreteyouth.co.uk

Website: Concrete Youth

Last updated: 11/17/2021