In this week's Guardian film blog there's an interesting post
following an undercover investigation by the Muscular Dystrophy
The post is written by Tanvi Vyas, a member of young disabled
campaigners group, the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign's
In their investigation of 125 cinemas the group exposed the
widespread second-class service people with disabilities experience
in UK cinemas.
In the post Tanvi writes how disabled people make up 12% of
cinema-goers yet they automatically receive the worst seats in the
house. She highlights rude and humiliating treatment at the hands
of cinema staff with some people being branded "fire hazards".
The full post can be read at the Guardian.