Event Description

Screening of award-winning documentary MAJOR!

Screening of award-winning documentary MAJOR!

Sat 22 February 2020 18:00-21:00 - Curzon Goldsmiths

"MAJOR! explores the life and campaigns of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a formerly incarcerated Black transgender elder and activist who has been fighting for the rights of trans women of color for over 40 years."

Tickets available here. £5 online or on the door.

 

ACCESS INFORMATION

The cinema café, Thirty Five, has step-free access and an automatic door on a push-button. Please follow signage at the front of Goldsmiths for the accessible route.  

Access from the café to the screen is step-free, as is access to the toilets.

The screen is fully accessible for wheelchair users. There are spaces for two wheelchairs in the front row.  Please contact Curzon in advance to let us know you’re coming.

There is an infrared hearing loop system for the hard of hearing installed. 

There is one accessible toilet next to the cinema.

The cinema does not have audio-described equipment.

We accept the CEA card to permit one free carer for every holder of the card.  Please email cinema.boxoffice@gold.ac.uk to book these seats.


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