The space is located in downtown central Athens, where parking is difficult during business hours. However, there is Polis Parking on Kanigos square which is accessible. You must go to the -1 and follow signs to the exit, where the attendant will open the accessible exit. From there it is a short journey to the space.
They place a metal mobile ramp at the entrance of the building (which otherwise is single-step access). They have also converted the whole line of the left elevator to be accessible for wheelchairs.
They have a small & short stage for the DIY events that they hold in their space. They reserve some seating near the stage, as well as priority for wheelchair access to be near the front and sides of the stage to ensure an unobstructed view.
They also have a sitting room for a quieter space.
They sometimes have captioning projections at our gigs, according the artists preferences. They hope to have Greek Sign Language Interpretation in future events.
From the venue: "We are always looking to improve our space both regarding accessibility and running safe events, and are open to hear feedback from our visitors! Aside from gigs, we also run inclusive music workshops, a choir and other public events such as screenings related to music! Head to our website for more information."
Disclaimer: Information in the Half Access database is crowdsourced or provided by the venue. Information may become outdated. Please follow at your own risk.
Have your own experience with this venue? Fill out this form to provide helpful feedback on accessibility.