Brighton Dome will celebrate National Disabled Access Day with free tours and information about the city’s iconic Grade I-listed heritage venues.
On Saturday, March 11, 10am – 3pm, in the café-bar at the Dome, the Access Information Hub will be open with details of the facilities on offer at Brighton Dome. The Visitor Services team will be on hand to answer questions, and there will be the opportunity to look at the layout of the Concert Hall.
Information will be available on the Dome’s programme of assisted performances and events, including British Sign Language – interpretation; captioned performances; audio description; touch tours; and relaxed performances.
Other local organisations, including Carousel and Possability People, will have information stands.
The Dome’s Access Information Hub will also be open on Friday 10 March, 2pm – 4pm in the East Corridor.
Free backstage tours focusing on the venue’s rich heritage will be available throughout the weekend, and include integrated touch tours (Saturday) and BSL interpretation (Sunday).
Saturday, March 11
10am -11.15am (includes touch tour)
11.45am – 1pm (includes touch tour)
Sunday, March 12
10.30am – 11.45am (BSL-interpreted)
12.15pm – 1.30pm (BSL-interpreted)
Places on the tours are very limited so advance booking is essential.
To reserve your place, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or contact the Ticket Office on 01273 709709.
If you have a specific access enquiry, you can call our Visitor Services team on 01273 261525 / 541 or email: email@example.com