Puppet Animation Scotland believes that every audience member should be able to experience the visual theatre, puppetry and animated film present at manipulate as completely and powerfully as possible.
We aim to make our performances, workshops and animated film screenings as accessible as we can for our audiences. We provide British Sign Language (BSL) as often as circumstances permit and work closely with participating venues to ensure accessibility information is clear and easy to access.
Each event entry includes information if it has BSL interpretation provided or little to no spoken dialogue.
If you have specific accessibility questions, require more information, or have any thoughts about how we could improve our service to you further, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 2ED
From the Cambridge Street entrance there is level access to the box office via automatic doors
There is lift access to the bar café and theatres, and adapted toilets on the box office and bar café levels
Guide and hearing dogs are welcome
Please mention when booking if you require lift access to Traverse 1 or Traverse 2 and make yourself known to Front of House staff on arrival. The Front of House Manager will meet and accompany you to the theatre
Artlink offers a companion service for people who have difficulty attending performances on their own. For more information please phone 0131 229 3555 or visit artlinkedinburgh.co.uk
There are wheelchair spaces available in both theatres – please reserve when making your booking
Wheelchair spaces in front row only
There is one wheelchair to borrow
Easily accessible seating can be reserved for audience members who prefer to transfer from a wheelchair to a seat.
If lift access to auditorium is required, please make yourself known to the Front of House staff when you arrive and they will show you to your seats
Audio description is available via personal headset from a member of Front of House team from 30 minutes before performance
Hearing enhancement via personal headset is available from a member of Front of House team from 30 minutes before performance.
Touch tours give a guided tour of the stage set to visually impaired audience members prior to the start of an audio-described performance
High box-office counter with no loop
Bar area has hard floor and can be noisy and quite dark
Infra-red systems in auditorium, staff can show best areas to sit
14 – 16 Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 2JU
Entry to Dance Base on street level is through a cobbled pend up a flight of stairs or using a lift.
The venue has a lift or level access to all areas of the building
The main door to reception opens automatically when a button on the right hand side is pressed
The reception desk is in front of the main door; it is low down and open, with no glass
The flooring in reception and one of our accessible toilets is black vinyl. The other accessible toilet is tiled and our studios have either wooden (Studios 1 and 3) or vinyl flooring (Studios 2 and 4)
The lift outside reception provides access to Studio 2 with a key, ask at reception and a member of staff will assist you
There is another lift for access to Studios 3 and 4 at the top of a gradually inclining ramp. This lift does not require a key
There are two accessible toilets in Dance Base, one is opposite reception and the other is located at the top of a slightly inclining ramp
Lift to studios 3 and 4
We welcome assistance dogs and have water bowls which we can provide
Various power points in the building can be used to charge mobility scooters and other assistance equipment (availability permitting)
Accessible toilets and changing facilities can be found opposite reception and next to the main changing rooms at the rear of the building
Fixed induction loops are provided at the reception counter and in studio two, three and four. A portable induction loop is available for use in other areas of the building. It can be borrowed from reception
A fully accessible family play area is situated at the rear of the building
Large print brochures can be found in the reception area. A PDF version of our latest brochure can be found on our homepage
Festival café has wheelchair accessible tables, level access and a selection of seating to accommodate most accessibility requirements
During performances, even though all seats in our seating bank have good sight lines, those with access requirements are most often sat in the front row which has unimpeded sightlines
Perth Theatre, Mill Street, Perth, PH1 5HZ
We are proud of our two wonderful, contrasting venues – the historic Edwardian theatre with its classic proscenium arch and the state of the art concert hall with some of the finest acoustics in Europe.
Our multi award-winning team has earned a reputation for adventurous programming, unique commissions, critically acclaimed performances by world-class artists and inspirational community activities. We are at the heart of cultural life in Perthshire and our venues are a destination and a resource base for everyone.
Level access with automatic door via the main entrance on Mill Street. Secondary High Street entrance has stairs and is not wheelchair accessible.
Lift access to all floors from the foyer. Accessible toilets on all floors.
6 wheelchair spaces located in the stalls and 1 wheelchair space located in the circle in the main auditorium. The Joan Knight Studio Theatre has 6 wheelchair spaces.
Docking station for wheelchairs at the Box Office counter. Induction loop at the Box Office, Theatre Café and Bar and within the lift
FM enhanced hearing system in both the main auditorium and the Joan Knight Studio theatre. Headsets can be collected from Box Office or from a member of the Front of House team.
Meet at Box Office for touch tours.
Assistance animals welcome.
Audio version of brochure available on request.
For full access information please visit www.horsecross.co.uk/accessibility
Paisley Arts Centre
Paisley Arts Centre, 15 New St, Paisley, PA1 1EZ
Level access to Paisley Arts Centre provides easy access to our cafe, box office, theatre and toilet facilities. A lift provides access to the first floor and the workshop and bar areas. Regrettably the lift may not be suitable for larger motorised wheelchairs
We make a limited number of seats available at all our performances for wheelchair users and can also reserve seats close to the front of the theatre for customers with low mobility. If you would like to book one of these seats for a performance, please call the Box Office
There is level access varies across our venues
We endeavour to programme performances that are suitable for customers that are visually/hearing impaired. Information about forthcoming shows that are audio described, captioned or BSL interpreted is available in our brochure or our full listings page
The Guide can be available on request in several formats including large print, Braille and audio. It can also be translated into other community languages. Contact the Box Office to arrange a copy
Paisley Arts Centre is fitted with an induction loop system. Visitors with a hearing impairment should inform Box Office or a member of Front of House should they wish to make use of this system
Norwich Puppet Theatre
St James, Whitefriars, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1TN
The venue has level access throughout and we can accommodate wheelchairs in both the Main Theatre and Octagon Studio
Please note that we are a converted Medieval Church so there is some unevenness in the floor surfaces and one doorway is too narrow to accommodate a wheelchair, but alternative routes are available
If your group includes a wheelchair it is advisable to book by phone – 01603 629921 – rather than booking online
The Main Theatre has a hearing induction loop installed
In addition to the male and female toilets off the foyer, there are two accessible toilets – one off the main foyer and the other near the Octagon Studio
38 Parnie Street, Glasgow, G1 5LS
Level access at main entrance and to all areas inside. This is available on Chisholm Street
There is no restricted view of the stage from any of our seats. All our seats are suitable to see the signer except for seats in Row I on the side of the auditorium where the signer is standing.
Except for all seats in Row A and seats M1-3, all seats provide great reception for the Audio Description headsets
Lift access to all levels
Accessible Toilets are located on the Ground Floor/Level Access
Box Office has a medium height counter and an Induction Loop
Infra-Red Loop System is only available in the Main Auditorium. Your hearing aid must be switched to the T position. Seats in Rows A-H provide the most consistent coverage, although full coverage is available throughout the auditorium.
Due to the design of our auditoria, we do not have dedicated wheelchair spaces and need to prepare a space for any wheelchair user by removing existing seats. There is one wheelchair to borrow. Customers requiring a wheelchair space are asked to contact the Box Office directly on 0141 552 4267 prior to booking their tickets
7 wheelchairs (maximum) Lower House, Row A
2 wheelchairs (maximum) Upper House, Row M, Seats 1 & 3
2 wheelchairs (maximum) Row A
2 wheelchairs (maximum) Towards the back of the seating area
Rows A, B, C, L, M and N have two steps or less
There is blue badge parking on Chisholm Street
The bar area has a hard floor and can be noisy
Box Office has a high counter and loop
Touch Tours available, meet in foyer