there’s a large car park across the street and downhill from the venue, this is on uneven ground but there are also roadside parking spaces that aren’t. unsure which of these spaces are designated for disabled people.
The entrance is accessible but seating is down some steps, the bar is up a step, and the venue and toilets are in the second floor only accessible through a narrow staircase
The layout of the venue room is split in two with some wall separating the parts, it makes it pretty likely to be unsafe near the front, but there is a second bar at the back which could work. however sometimes this is used for merch and might not be able to be used. the stage isn’t very raised from the ground so it could be difficult to see from the back, especially if seated/in a wheelchair.
there is a seated area in the bar downstairs down a couple of steps unfortunately and chairs can be brought upstairs if needed.
The toilets are on the second floor, so not accessible to wheelchair users or anyone who struggles with stairs. Also some hired security is known to not be trans friendly.
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