Ten UK venues and festivals recognised for their accessibility

Posted on 07.02.2017

Ten UK venues and festivals recognised for their accessibility

Ten more UK venues and festivals have demonstrated their commitment to improving access for Deaf and disabled music fans by joining Attitude is Everything’s  Charter of Best Practice

To qualify for Charter status, live music venues and festivals must demonstrate exemplary access provision and an on-going commitment to improving accessibility – working with Attitude is Everything to go beyond the legal obligations set out in the Equality Act, to implement best practice, and to provide a fair and equal service to their Deaf and disabled customers.

More than 125 music venues and festivals have already committed to the Charter, from large-scale events and arenas, including Glastonbury Festival and The O2, to a diverse range of small and independent venues.

We are very proud to welcome the following venues and festivals to our fold!


Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Brighton, was awarded Bronze

Cambridge Corn Exchange was awarded Bronze

DIY Space for London was awarded Bronze

The Georgian Theatre, Stockton, was awarded Bronze


Deer Shed Festival was awarded Silver

Pride in London was awarded Silver

Bristol Harbour Festival was awarded Bronze

Cambridge Folk Festival was awarded Bronze

End of the Road was awarded Bronze

T in the Park was awarded Bronze