There are three venues taking part in a pilot project for Access for All within Derry City and Strabane District Council
The venues are:
Access for All scheme has been designed for people with physical/sensory or cognitive disabilities, and is a practical display of belief that there should be equal access to theatres for everyone. Its purpose is to help to provide you with the best possible service - each time you book we will store details of your booking requirements for the future, helping us to find appropriate seating for you quickly and easily.
It is free to join and you will be kept up to date on offers and information about forthcoming shows. You can update us at any time of any changes to your access requirements by contacting our Box Office, who will update your membership records. Your membership will be valid for one year, after which we will contact you to renew and update us of any changes.
The Access for All scheme will be available for all in house shows and will be subject to approval from promoters through each venue and each show.
For further information contact the venue that you are interested in.
DCSDC are committed to ensuring that civic events are as accessible and inclusive as possible.
For this year’s Spring Carnival we have available:
Quiet Space Whittaker Suite, The Guildhall
1pm-6pm 17-19 March
Disability Parking & Viewing Area
Strand Road Car Park 17 March
Spaces allocated on a first come first served basis. Last admittance 1:30
Alternative parking available in City Centre Car Parks
Raised platform Viewing Area
Opposite City Hotel on Queens Quay 17 March
Raised Platform Viewing Area
Sign Language Interpreter
Disability Viewing Area, Opposite City Hotel 17 March
BSL & ISL Interpreters supported by North West Carnival Initiative
Louise Boyce Access and Inclusion Coordinator
Text or ring 07713707913, or phone 02871253253 extension 4349