Friday 29 July 2016
Its Friday night, the night before my birthday, and the new Bourne Identity film has just been released so decided to go and watch it. The film was great and just as good as the first 3 films in the franchise (the less said about the 4th the better) and defiantly worth watching.
I know going to the cinema can be expensive but the CEA card helps with that cost, as you only need to pay for one ticket and you get your carers/companion ticket for free. You can also book tickets in advance on line just enter your CEA number, then collect your tickets when you arrive.
I love this cinema as it has a private wheelchair bays, mostly up at the back of the cinema, with either 2 comfy chairs and 2 wheelchair space or 1 comfy chair and 1 wheelchair space with a perfect view of the screen. There is designated accessible lift which takes to a corridor where you access all the different cinema screens; then you just open the door to your screen for your film. There are also fully accessible toilets on the same level.
They really thought of everything when they built the cinema and Westfield White City Shopping Centre. It’s absolutely my favourite cinema to go to and if you are in a wheelchair I recommend going, its great!