Beacon Arts Centre is fully committed to being an accessible venue for all of our audiences, and is committed to reducing barriers to access the arts and creativity for those who may need more support or assistance when attending an event. Patrons are encouraged to mention accessibility requirements when booking tickets – we are flexible and will do our best to meet all requirements.
Beacon Arts Centre has a generous ramp leading from disabled parking spaces to the entrance of the venue. There is a public lift in the main foyer to the first floor.
- Generous ramp leading from disabled parking spaces to the entrance of the venue
- Public Lift in the main foyer to the first floor
- Accessible toilets and baby changing facilities
- Box office counter with access for one wheelchair
There is wheelchair access throughout the venue including nine wheelchair spaces in the main theatre and six wheelchair spaces in the studio theatre.
Beacon Arts Centre has a private car park for patrons at the rear of the building. There are also eight dedicated disabled parking bays located at the front of the building.
Facilities for D/Deaf and Hearing Impaired Visitors
Beacon Arts Centre has a T-loop/Infra-red hearing systems fitted in various locations in the building.
T-loop systems are available at the Box Office counter and can be activated in the Stalls area of the Main Auditorium. When purchasing tickets, please advise the Box Office staff who will seat you in the appropriate area to access the T-loop.
A Portable Sennheiser induction system is available in the Studio Theatre and meeting rooms on request.
Anyone who requires assistance to attend an event at Beacon Arts Centre is invited to bring a Personal Assistant/Companion who will be admitted free of charge. Please ask about Personal Assistant tickets when booking. The venue can provide an assistant for those wanting to attend a concert alone.
Please note that a free Personal Assistant (essential carer) ticket will only be available to those on the Access Requirement Register, although it is not a requirement for you to join the Access Requirement Register in order to book tickets.
For more information, please download our Access Requirements Information Sheet.
You can also download our Access Register Form
Red Dust Road Visual Guide
A visual guide is available from National Theatre of Scotland ‘s Red Dust Road.