Accessibility

Abbeydale Picture House is wheelchair accessible, with an accessible toilet.
If you have any questions regarding access, please contact info@cads-online.org with “Accessibility” in the subject line and we will endeavour to get back to you asap.
Step-free access
Our step-free entrance is at the back of the building, through the carpark and up a ramp that runs along the side of the building. Event box office staff just inside the door at the front entrance of the building will be able to point you in the direction of the accessible entrance once you reach the event. The accessible entrance leads to the main auditorium area.
The cafe bar area is at the back of the room, and can be reached via an access ramp.
The auditorium has a wheelchair accessible toilet to the right hand side of the stage/screen.

Stepped access
The Abbeydale Picture House’s front door entrance is on Abbeydale Road. There are 2 steps up to the front door, a further 3 steps inside the foyer and one more step into the main cafe/bar area. Access from the cafe/bar down to the main auditorium is via 5 steps, or there is step-free ramp access along the right-hand side of the room.

The auditorium holds 351 seats. It is best to contact the event organiser directly if you have questions about whether your ticket is seated or standing, but for most events a ticket will include a seat allocation.

There is currently no step-free access to the Fly Tower, something we hope to remedy soon. Access to this room is via 3 steps.

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