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Making cinema accessible to all at Square Chapel

The Halifax-based arts centre has been awarded at £49k grant over a two-year period.

Inclusive Cinema Project - Making Cinema Accessible to All

Square Chapel Arts Centre has received a £49k Grant from Film Hub North as part of the Inclusive Cinema Project – Making Cinema Accessible to All.

The funding, which is spread over two years, will help replicate Square Chapel’s success in widening the participation of their programme of live performance – to sustainably grow cinema audiences and ensure that inclusive cinema becomes an integral part of their future programme.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to have received this funding and support from Film Hub North for the next two years,” explains Dave Garratt, Square Chapel Film Programmer.

“Through the Inclusive Cinema project we will extend our affordable ticket options, and will be trialling a range of options including free, reduced price and pay what you can tickets to films to introduce a new audience to the cinema experience.”

For a full programme of upcoming screenings, visit


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