Dates & Times

Sat 20 Jul 2024
Sat 27 Jul 2024
Wed 31 Jul 2024

Seating: Unallocated - Theatre Style

Screenings of this film will be relaxed and designed for neurodiverse audiences.

Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out 2 returns to the mind of newly minted teenager Riley just as headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions! Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, who’ve long been running a successful operation by all accounts, aren’t sure how to feel when Anxiety shows up. And it looks like she’s not alone. She’s brought along Embarrassment, Envy and Ennui.

‘Inside Out 2 illustrates complex emotions well. Embrace all your emotions; observe them, but also learn to let go. Have passion in what you do, regardless of the outcome. It’s part of the joy of living!’ – Rotten Tomatoes

‘An inventive and moving return to form for Pixar’ – ★★★★ The Guardian

‘The best Pixar movie in years’ – Forbes

Here is a behind the scenes look into the movie

Director – Kelsey Mann

Cast – Maya Hawke, Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black, Tony Hale, Liza Lapira, Ayo Edebiri


Make every Saturday a family Film Club Day.

Come to ARC and take part in our exciting new Film Club. With your family, you can enjoy a fabulous introduction to the wonderful world of cinema.

Join us for our weekly screenings of films chosen for our family audiences. Then take part in craft-related play activities designed by the amazing Kitchen Zoo. Known for their joyful, energetic theatre for young audiences and families, and now for fun film-related activities for Film Club audiences at ARC.

Film Club is a nurturing and creative environment for families to make memories together. We are respectful that our young audiences engage and express themselves in activities in different ways, therefore, Film Club is a welcoming space, with films screened on a relaxed basis.

We can’t wait to welcome you to one of our weekly Film Club events, as part of this exciting new programme. So, bring your family along and join in the fun.

Suitable for all ages.

  • Seating accessibility information


    Seat size

    Seats in the Cinema are 45cm (172/3“) wide and 46cm (18“) deep, are 40cm (152/3“) from the floor, and have 12cm (42/3“) between seats.


    Seats in the Cinema have armrests that do not fold away, and cannot be completely removed.


    Seats in the cinema have 30cm (112/3”) of legroom in front of seats, with additional legroom on row A and seats B1-B4 and B11-B14.

    Further information

    If you have any questions about accessibility our Box Office team are always happy to help and can be contacted on 01642 525199 or by emailing [email protected] - you can also tell us about your access requirements when prompted to do so during the online booking process.

  • Relaxed screenings for autistic people, people with learning disabilities, and / or those with access requirements

    The screening will have some adjustments to make it more comfortable for audiences who may be autistic, learning disabled and/or those with access requirements. Anyone is welcome to attend, so long as you are respectful towards audiences with a range of access requirements, including people who may need to make a bit of noise or movement during a film.

    During this relaxed screening:

    • There will be no ads or trailers
    • The lighting will be turned up a bit
    • The sound will be turned down a bit
    • There is a chill-out space available if you need to take a break
    • You are able to make noise or movement during the screening if you need to
    • The screening will not be full of people – there will be plenty of space in the cinema
    • There will be friendly staff or volunteers on hand to help with anything you might need
    • The film will be screened with captioned subtitles
  • BBFC rating information (may contain spoilers)


    During ice hockey games players are bodychecked and tripped up, but no serious injuries are sustained, which is also the case in other moments of cartoonish slapstick violence.

    Threat and horror

    Concepts such as ‘brainstorms’ and ‘streams of consciousness’ in a young girl going through developmental changes are realised physically as tornados and torrents of water; these place the familiar ‘emotion’ characters in her head in danger as they are buffeted and swept along rushing tides. These moments of threat are fantastical and very mild, often accompanied by comedy, and place a focus on characters working together to bring about reassuring outcomes.


    Very mild bad language includes uses of ‘jerk’, ‘screw it up’, ‘moron’ and ‘heck’.

    Rude humour

    A comment is made about “peeing in the pool”.


    As in the original film, a young girl’s emotions are thrown into turmoil as she develops, this time when she enters puberty. Her initial inability to handle these changes and to be scared by them give rise to very mild upsetting scenes, but the treatment is positive and reassuring, and carries messaging that emphasises the need for different facets of a young person to be recognised by them as part of the learning experience of growing up.