Access All Areas: TheatreLand London
In our Access All Areas series of videos, Sophie Morgan and Disability Horizons Co-editor Martyn Sibley explore a range of locations across the UK to see just how accessible they are. Here, Sophie examines London’s West End and theatres.
London hosts thousands of shows each year in it’s huge array of theatres, ranging from famous long-running musicals to new and innovative one-off plays. It’s a must visit destination for theatre lovers across the world. But how accessible is it if you have a disability?
Watch our video below to see what the theatre industry is doing to make theatres accessible to wheelchair users, those with hearing difficulties and visual impairments, and to see what accessibility could help you experience the shows you want to see.
If you’re planning your next holiday, why not pop over to our new travel site, Accomable, to find accessible accommodation not just in the UK, but across the world.
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