Disabled Access Day started in 2015 as a way to celebrate good access and to give people an opportunity to try new things. In 2017 the day has expanded into a whole weekend running from 10th - 12th March...
In Brighton & Hove we want to ensure that we are welcoming to all visitors to the city and it is great to see so many businesses getting involved with Disabled Access Day:
- Brighton & Hove Buses - On 10, 11 and 12 March they are offering free travel on all Brighton & Hove and Metrobus services to any companion travelling with a Disabled Concessionary Card Holder. This means the card holder and companion can enjoy the celebratory days together.
- Theatre Royal Brighton - On Saturday 12 March the Theatre Royal Brighton will open their doors from 10.30-12.30pm offering informaiton on touch tours; signed performances; level access and their Insde the Magic app.
- Brighton Dome - This weekend Brighton Dome will be offering free backstage tours included an integrated touch tour and a BSL interprested tour.
Did you know that last year the Brighton Centre won a Gold Status Award from Attitude is Everything. The Gold Status award is not just about accessible facilities on site, but the whole process a customer makes from seeing the show announced, through to buying a ticket, getting to and around the venue, and watching the show.
To help plan an Accessible Break in the city see our Accessibilty section.