In order to provide the best possible experience for all our audience members, we work closely with our partner venues to provide any necessary access information.

 

Art Space Portsmouth

The studio is wheelchair accessible and there is a lift and a disabled toilet.

Aspex Gallery

https://www.aspex.org.uk/visit/disabled-access/

Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth

http://www.disabledgo.com/access-guide/university-of-portsmouth/eldon-building---west-wing

The King's Theatre

http://kingsportsmouth.co.uk/your-visit/accessibility/

New Theatre Royal

http://www.newtheatreroyal.com/visiting/access/

Pie and Vinyl

Portsmouth Cathedral

http://www.visitportsmouth.co.uk/things-to-do/st-thomas-anglican-cathedral-p267641

David Russell Theatre - The Portsmouth Grammar School

Wheelchair accessible facilities.

Portsmouth Guildhall

http://www.portsmouthguildhall.org.uk/your-visit/guildhall-accessibility

Square Tower

There is ramp access to the downstairs of the building through the cream coloured double doors nearest to Broad St.

Upstairs there is ramped access to the Tower by the ramp by Nelson’s statue by Grand Parade along the seawalls.

The internal stairs are steep; anyone who finds stairs difficult is recommended to use the stairs on the outside of the building.

Toilets: Unfortunately there are two steps down to the Tower’s toilets, which renders the Tower’s toilets as inaccessible to wheelchair users.

For those who need a fully accessible toilet, there is a public disabled toilet between the Square Tower and the Round Tower.

St George’s Church

The Main Hall has ramped access for Wheelchairs.

There are male, female and wheelchair friendly toilets in the adjacent Church Hall, but the internal doorway from the Church is narrow and cannot be modified because of the listed building status. It might be necessary for wheelchair users to trundle round the outside of the Church and use the Hall's exterior entrance.

St John’s College