Kino Hawkhurst: the cinema, cafe-bar, terrace and toilets are all accessible by wheelchair via the main entrance. The cinema can accommodate 4 standard wheelchairs, and some electric wheelchairs / mobility scooters by prior arrangement only. Please contact us to reserve a wheelchair space (subject to availability).
There is a disabled parking bay in the small car park off the main Waitrose supermarket car park behind the library.
Kino Hawkhurst does not have a hearing loop system.
Kino Rye: the cinemas, cafe-bar, terrace and toilets are all accessible by wheelchair via the main entrance. There are stairs to the mezzanine lounge and the Silver Room. Both cinemas can accommodate 4 standard wheelchairs, and some larger electric wheelchairs / mobility scooters by prior arrangement only. Please contact us to reserve a wheelchair space (subject to availability).
There is no disabled parking on site, however, blue badge holders are allowed to park responsibly on double-yellow lines.
Kino Rye is equipped with a Sony hearing assist and audio description system (subject to availability by film). Please ask staff for more information.
CEA Card: this is accepted at Kino Hawkhurst and Kino Rye. The CEA Card allows the Cardholder to obtain one complimentary ticket for a person to provide any assistance required as a result of the Cardholder’s disability during their visit to the cinema, provided that a ticket at the relevant price is purchased by the Cardholder for the same film (including event cinema) and screen. See www.ceacard.co.uk for more details, terms and conditions. If you are a CEA card holder, please call to book tickets. Please note that the CEA card cannot be used in conjunction with any other ticket promotion (e.g. 2-for-1 Tuesday).
BCTV (British Cinema and Television Veterans) cinema pass: upon presentation of a valid , the card holder and one accompanying guest may attend a film screening free of charge. Please call to book tickets. The valid pass must be shown when tickets are collected. See www.britishcinemaandtelevisionveterans.org.uk for more details.
Kino is committed to making all of its web content as accessible as possible, not merely through our legal obligations under the UK’s Disability Discrimination Act, but also as a matter of principle to find as wide an audience as possible.
If you are experiencing difficulty reading the text on this site you may want to increase the font size to a magnification that best suits your needs. To do this please refer to the ‘View’ menu on your browser and look for an option containing the word ‘Text’ / ‘Font’ alongside any of the following: ‘Increase’, ‘Zoom’ or ‘Size’. i.e. ‘Text Size’.
Problems using the site
If you are experiencing any problems with the accessibility of this site relating to a particular platform, or if you use Adaptive Technology and have any suggestions about how we might make the site easier for you to use, please contact the Kino team.