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Autism Friendly screening of Madagascar: Europe’s Most Wanted




DreamWorks' third animated MADAGASCAR epic is arguably the most inventive and certainly the funniest so far!

Having decamped to Monte Carlo in search of their friends the penguins, regulars Alex (Ben Stiller), Marty (Chris Rock), Melman (David Schwimmer) and Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith) are pursued by Captain Chantel DuBois (Frances McDormand) - who is determined to add Alex's head to her trophy room - and the rather friendlier Gia the jaguar (Jessica Chastain) and Stefano the sea lion (Martin Short). 

Year: 2012 | Film length: 93 mins | Open to students on the spectrum

Cert: PG *Contains mild slapstick violence

Pre-order only snack deals will be available for this Autism-Friendly screening. 

Details of the snack offers available by request- email elinor.w@picturehouses.co.uk for your form. Please order any snacks when requesting your tickets.  

Stratford: 10.30am, Monday 11 February

Clapham: 10.30am, Tuesday 12 February

Greenwich: 10.30am, Wednesday 13 February

The Ritzy, Brixton: 10.30am, Thursday 14 February

Hackney: 10.30am, Friday 15 February

Tickets are £2.50 per pupil, see HOW TO BOOK


NB. Mainstream schools' groups can also book to see MADAGASCAR 3 2D on the dates above with screenings at 10am.



Hackney Picturehouse

270 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 1HE

The Ritzy Picturehouse

Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, SW2 1JG

Clapham Picturehouse

76 Venn Street, Clapham, SW4 OAT

Stratford Picturehouse

Theatre Square, Salway Road, E15 1BX

Greenwich Picturehouse

80-82 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8NN

The Gate Picturehouse

 87 Notting Hill Gate, W11 3JZ



Ticket prices for our EDUCATIONAL EVENTS PROGRAMME are £2.50 per pupil, unless stated otherwise in the events copy. There is no minimum booking. Accompanying adults as per your schools' trip safety ratio are admitted for free. If you have additional parents you'd like to invite their seats can be reserved at the student ticket rate for the event. 

Making a Booking

To book please fill in the attached form and send by email to  Elinor Walpole or respond to this message stating:

·      The Film you wish to see

·      The Cinema you’d like to visit

·      How many Pupils you’d like to bring

·      How many Adults you’d like to bring (we don’t charge for adults but we need to know how many are coming so that we can reserve their seats!)

·      Whether there are any access requirements that we need to be aware of

·      If you are booking for a PRIVATE SCREENING of a film on request please also state the dates you’d like in order of preference

Please contact Elinor Walpole for all bookings:

Elinor Walpole, Community and Education Officer

 elinor.w@picturehouses.co.uk/ 07967 047 401

What Happens Next?

Bookings are confirmed on a first come, first served basis. Once your booking has been approved, you’ll receive a Booking Confirmation email with the following information and attachments:

·      An invoice for you to pass on to your finance officer for payment (if you are a finance officer booking on behalf of a teacher please make them aware of how and when payment is to be made, as they will be asked when they arrive for the event)

·      A copy of our Terms and Conditions- please read this, as it contains details about our cancellation policy as well as other useful and important information

·      Where possible, a copy of our risk assessment guidance

·      If you have booked for a screening in our educational programme you’ll also receive a relevant teaching resource

Please be aware for our schools’ screening programme that:

·      We MUST receive payment on the day of your visit at the latest

·      If you have booked to attend an educational event you are likely to be sharing the cinema screen with other schools

·      As our educational events take place before the cinema is open to the public the kiosk will not be open for purchases, unless you have requested this as part of a private hire arrangement.


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