Nova Cinema is committed to offering an out-of-this-world cinema experience for everyone. 

We have step-free access from the Peacocks Centre, as well as levelled flooring throughout all of our foyers and corridors. Each of our seven screens have allocated wheelchair spaces and lift access.

Fully accessible toilets can be found on each level of the cinema and our brand new Changing Spaces facility is located on the ground floor.

Accessible seats can be reserved online or in person and accompanying carers are eligible for a free ticket. Advance booking is recommended.

We welcome assistance dogs in all areas of the venue.


Specific subtitled screenings are also part of our programme. To see what’s on click here.


This closed captioned system offers the option of personal subtitles without the need to come to a specific subtitled screening. This technology will work from any seat in all of our seven screens.
The device consists of a small LED screen, displaying subtitles, on a manoeuvrable support arm which attaches to your cinema seat cup holder. The privacy visor means that it can be positioned directly in front of you with minimal distraction to the surrounding cinema audience.
Only available for select screenings, please look out of 'CC' listed next to films where this is an option.
No booking of equipment required, please speak to a member of staff when you arrive. Limited availability.


Dolby Fidelio technology is available for audiences with visual impairments. The wireless audio system, delivered via a small receiver pack, offers an audio-descriptive track both through headphones. Dolby Fidelio guarantees a strong, even signal wherever you sit. It is recommended you bring your own earphones or headphones with a standard 3.5mm connection, however we can provide a set if required.

Audio description is available on selected films. Click here to see what's on this week.
No booking of equipment required, please speak to a member of staff when you arrive. Limited availability. 


These showings welcome anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment. The sound is turned down to a lower volume, lights are kept on and all audience members are able to talk and move around freely. Click here to see what’s on this week.