Screenings to be extended in November.
Cinema chains to host special showings for family and older audiences.
Additional autism friendly screenings coming to Birmingham for the summer holidays.
Birmingham theatre to offer performances aimed at special needs.
Cinemas to stage special dedicated events.
Arts centre extends commitment in removing barriers to engagement.
Coventry University will play host to the iSpectrum conference in June, where the use of serious games as a way to increase employability for those on the autistic spectrum will be showcased.
Daniel Bird, a learner at Queen Alexandra College has been named as one of the 8000 inspirational people to carry the Olympic Flame
Television’s Lorraine Kelly will be at the Town Hall in Birmingham City Centre tomorrow evening to help celebrate the 15th anniversary of the creation of the national advocacy charity, POhWER
Birmingham ODEON on New street is to take part in the first UK-wide ‘Autism Friendly Films’ event on 11th August 2011.
Award-winning Sandwell youth group to exhibit at The Public.