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Wolverhampton Christmas Holiday Activities


Cineworld Cinema: Autism friendly screening

On Sunday 3 December, Cineworld Cinema in Bentley Bridge Wednesfield will be hosting an Autism Friendly screening at 11:00am of Disney’s latest release ‘Wish’.

During the film lighting will be kept on during the screening, volume levels will be reduced and there will be no advertisements or trailers. Seating will not be allocated. Customers are allowed to bring in their own food.

Book your tickets here.




Wolverhampton Grand Theatre: Snow White Pantomime access performances

Throughout the festive period the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton is offering Access Performances of this years Pantomime 'Snow White'.

Accessibility includes BSL interpreted, audio described, captioned and autism friendly relaxed performances.

Access performance tickets are limited so don't miss out and book yours here.




Luminate West Park: Christmas Sensory Sessions

Luminate are offering two sensory friendly sessions on Tuesday 5 December and Monday 11 December at 4:45pm for their Christmas Light trail this December.

During these sessions, the capacity on the trail will also be reduced during these timeslots, making the experience less crowded and more relaxed, with the audio volume being reduced for the first hour.

Book your tickets here.




Curiosity Club Christmas Activities

From 2 to 5 January 2024 Wolverhampton children aged 5 -16 are invited to attend the Curiosity Club's Inclusive Creative Activity Days to enjoy arts, crafts, games and drama.

To find out more and book your place click here.





Martial arts fitness and fun

From 27 December to 5 January children are invited to Martial Arts Fitness and Fun sessions organised by Wolverhampton Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Learn confidence building and Martial Arts skills, as well as gym access for teenagers.

Book your place at 07847 045749 or info@wolvesbjj.co.uk




Real Arts Workshop and BSL

From 2 to 5 January, children are invited to attend Real Arts Workshops at The Workspace ASAN to learn art, crafts and BSL.

No previous experience required and young people with EHCPs are welcome up to age 25.

Book your place here.




Active Future Winter Blast

From 27 December to 2 January, Active Future welcomes Wolverhampton children to their Winter Blast Multi Sports and Activity Camps.

Sessions take place at Hilton Hall Community Centre and Ashmore Park Hub and include a variety of Christmas themed activities.

Any children who receive benefit related Free School Meals can attend for FREE and receive a free lunch meal on each day they attend.

For 13 & 14 year olds they offer a fantastic Active Future Leadership course.

Book your place here.




Genius Tuition Winter Club

From 28 December to 5 January Genius Tuition offers its winter club to children aged 5 -14 years in Wednesfield, Penn and Bilston.

Enjoy a packed full week of trips, arts, sports and crafts along with fun food sessions.

Book your place here.






YMCA Wolverhampton activities

From 27 December to 5 January, YMCA Wolverhampton offers activities including archery, yoga, dance, team games and arts and crafts from 10am to 4pm.

For further details get in touch here.




Wolverhampton ginger bread trail

Until 7 January, families can embark on a delightful adventure through the streets of Wolverhampton with the Ginger Bread Christmas Trail! Ten charming gingerbread statues await young explorers, making it an experience the whole family can cherish.

But there's more sweetness to this treat! Those who successfully locate all ten statues stand a chance to win magnificent prizes – 3 Enjoy Wolverhampton Gift Cards loaded with £1000, £500 and £250, redeemable at over 100 local businesses. So run run as fast as you can and support your favourite local shops and eateries by entering the Ginger Bread Christmas Trail, making this Christmas truly special.

Register for free here.




Autistic Friendly Christmas

Christmas can be difficult for autistic people. Things that are seen as ‘tradition’ & what ‘must’ happen can be tricky. When thinking about Christmas for your family there’s no should involved, it might look different but that’s OK.

Autistic girls network offers its top tips to an Autistic friendly Christmas here.



Back to the Future The Musical: Autism friendly performance


On Sunday 10 March at 3pm, The Adelphi Theatre, London is hosting an Autism friendly relaxed performance of 'Back to the Future The Musical'.

During the show significant adjustments are made to sound and lighting, house lights left on, chill out sensory zones available and relaxed theatre rules.

Find out more and book your tickets here.


Turtle Key Arts: Theatre project for Autistic young people



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