The information on this page has been provided to assist people with disabilities. Each document is updated regularly to keep the information as up to date as possible.
We have endeavoured to make this site as accessible to as wide an audience as possible and to ensure as enjoyable an experience as possible for all users.
The site has been built to AA accessibility standard. It has been carefully designed to ensure that users with disabilities can easily access the information contained within. That includes users who may be blind or partially sighted and we also make sure that users who may have reading difficulties are able to use the site.
The UK City of Culture 2013 programme is also available in accessible formats. For the details of locations where alternative formats can be accessed, please download the file below.
Change a Little Change a Lot Accessibility Awards
The Change a Little, Change a Lot Accessibility Awards programme is open to venues committed to developing better outcomes that make a real difference for all customers including those with disabilities. It’s easy to enter and applicants will avail of free support to plan and improve customer service from Disability Action and also award recipients will gain free media profiling from Media Box.
For more information on the awards or to get involved contact Aisling Irvine, Disability Action on 02871 360 811, you can text phone 02871 372 077 or email Culture2013@disabilityaction.org.
You can also visit the Change a Little, Change a Lot website to download the accessibility checklist or to find out more about the awards.
Stage Beyond Theatre Company presents…
There will be a performance of Stage Beyond Theatre Company’s latest production ‘The Crazy World of Walter’ on Monday, June 17, Studio in Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry at 7.30pm
This is a fundraiser, so there is a £5 entrance fee. This production is a central part of Stage Beyond’s 2013 City of Culture festival.
My Guide Service
To help make City of Culture 2013 events accessible to as many blind and partially sighted people as possible Guide Dogs NI and the North West Volunteer Centre have formed a partnership. For information on My Guide please download the file below.
Are you a person with a disability who would like to find out information on the accessibility of accommodation premises in Derry-Londonderry? If so, please download the file below for a list of Questions to Ask:
Are you a person with a disability who would like to find out information on the accessibility of restaurants, bars and shops in Derry-Londonderry? If so, please download the file below for a list of Questions to Ask:
Information on the accessibility of some Derry~Londonderry premises can be found on the Adapt NI website.
For information on Assisted Performances, Captioned Performances, Sign Language Interpreted Performances and Audio-described Performances please download the files below. Please note, this information will be updated on a regular basis.
For information on Accessible Toilet Facilities in Derry~Londonderry, please download the file below.
For information on the accessibility of the Derry Walls, please download the file below.
For information on where to find accessible parking in Derry~Londonderry, please download the file below.
For a list of taxi providers in the Derry~Londonderry area, please download the file below.
Please complete the contact form below if you: have any access/inclusion enquiries; would like to receive information on assisted performances/accessible format materials; or wish to provide feedback on an event/performance you have attended: