Accessibility

General information

  • We endeavour to make all of our work accessible to as many people as possible. If you, or someone you know, will be attending one of our events and has access requirements please let our staff know how best to accommodate you and your needs.

  • Assistance animals are welcome, and drinking water is available.

  • Carers and Companion Card holders are welcome at all of our events.

Information for physically disabled people

  • We are located in a ground floor warehouse. There is a car park adjacent to the building with carparks reserved for people with accessibility requirements. There is a small lip at the entrance to the building.

  • There is a designated disabled toilet. The toilet is 50 meters from our foyer and leads directly off the main performance space.

  • Our floor is flat and suitable for most wheelchairs and other mobility aids. Our venue is step-free throughout, and all areas are accessible to wheelchair users.

  • You are welcome to charge your equipment.

  • Seats are available in our main space.

Information for D/deaf, hard-of-hearing, and sound-sensitive people

  • Assistance animals are welcome and drinking water is available.

  • If you have an FM system or other assistive listening device our staff are happy to use this at your request.

  • The venue and events can sometimes be loud. if this may be an issue for you let us know and we will show you a space that can be used as a breakout room.

Information for blind, partially-sighted people, and photosensitive people

  • Assistance animals are welcome and drinking water is available.

  • Some performances will be audio described. Please contact us for more information.

  • Our office and rehearsal spaces use fluorescent lighting.

Information for Autistic, anxious and Neurodiverse people

  • We welcome anxious or nervous people to come along to all of our events early if they want to talk to an individual contact person before coming along into a group. Please get in touch if you would like to meet someone one-to-one in advance.

  • Assistance animals are welcome, and drinking water is available.

  • Augmented or alternative communication devices, like iPads and letter boards, are welcome.

Information for people with severe allergies or who are immunocompromised

  • We welcome the use of safety/particulate masks for those that wish/need to use them.

  • We will require our staff, volunteers and visitors to not open or eat food containing allergens (nuts, etc) if they will affect your health. Please let us know and we’ll ensure this is put in place for you.

Food & dietary information

  • At events where food is supplied, please let us know about dietary intolerances or restrictions (including religious restrictions) one week in advance of the event.

  • At events where alcohol is supplied, there will always be non-alcoholic alternatives.

  • We will require our staff, volunteers and visitors to not open or eat food containing allergens (nuts, etc) if they will affect your health. Please contact us and we’ll ensure this is put in place for you.

  • Unlawful drugs are not permitted to be used at the venue. You cannot bring your own alcohol to the venue. You are welcome to bring your own prescription medication.

If you have any questions or queries about the above please do not hesitate to contact us.