Play Together works on display in the CUTE exhibition

Cute Relaxed Sessions

Sat 16 Mar 2024, 18.30-20.00
Fri 05 Apr 2024, 10.00-11.30

We are hosting two Relaxed Sessions for anyone who would like to explore Cute in a calm and comfortable and environment, including people with autism and other neurodiverse needs, as well as their siblings, families and carers. These will be held on Saturday 16 March from 18.30-20.00 and Friday 05 April from 10.00-11.30.

To ensure that the exhibition is as welcoming and calm as possible, we:

  • Limit the number of visitors in the session
  • Turn off/lower any AV in the space. However, we will share the soundtrack in the Pre-visit email to the Hello Kitty disco for you to experience and listen to in your own time and space
  • Run regular disability awareness sessions with our staff
  • Provide a visual story to help you plan your visit, available here.
  • Have Access Packs available at the Cute Box Office which contain Large Print Guides, Noise Cancelling Headphones, a copy of the Visual Story which is available here, Magnifying Glasses and a stress ball
  • Provide a safe space/calm room to help assist visitors who may be overwhelmed due to the new environment

For any questions about these sessions, please contact or for general ticketing enquiries please call +44 (0)333 320 2836. Lines are open between 09.00 - 18.00 - Mon-Fri, 10.00 - 18.00 - Sat, Sun and Bank Holidays.

Please be aware that we do not offer refunds or exchanges are per our terms and conditions of sale.

Access Packs
Available to borrow from the Cute Box Office everyday and contain Large Print Guides, Noise Cancelling Headphones, a copy of the Visual Story, Magnifying Glasses and a stress ball. 

Content guidance: This exhibition features a very small amount of content referencing violence, drugs, mental health, political extremism and nudity. Please note that the Hannah Diamond commission involves flashing images. If you are at risk of a seizure due to photosensitive epilepsy or other conditions, please speak to a Visitor Experience Assistant and they will suggest an alternative route. If you require any more information during your visit, please ask a member of the Visitor Experience team in the first instance.