Open-captioned screening at Avoca

Open-captioned screeening of Death on the NileA special open-captioned screening will take place at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre

Better Hearing Australia Central Coast (BHACC) will host an open-captioned screening of the recently released movie Death on the Nile, at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre during this year’s NSW Seniors Festival.

The screening is apt, with the theme for this year’s festival being “It’s time to reconnect”.

The open-captioned screening, on April 5, will be suitable for all, including people with hearing loss or who are deaf.

The first 100 movie tickets are free – and 100 free choc-top ice creams will also be given out.

BHACC is a not-for-profit volunteer organisation that assists people on the Central Coast with hearing loss by providing support, education and advocacy.

“During challenging times, it’s in our nature to connect,” a spokesperson said.

“BHACC hopes this NSW Seniors Festival event will be an opportunity for Central Coast seniors, including those with a hearing impairment, to reconnect and celebrate together.”

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Media release, Mar 23
Better Hearing Australia Central Coast

1 Comment on "Open-captioned screening at Avoca"

  1. Patricia Teague | March 25, 2022 at 2:18 am |

    Brilliant BHACC!!!! Something I’ve waited a very long time to see! Now, if only other cinamas get the message. It’s been a long time coming Thank you so much!

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