We want everybody to be able to enjoy the Festival, and are working hard to consider all visitors, whatever their access needs. This information has been developed with the help of our 2016 access panel.
Join our Access List
Register your needs once for all Festival events. CLICK HERE to download an access form and request wheelchair spaces, companion tickets, step free access and more. Companion tickets are available free of charge for anyone needing support to attend events.
Venue Access Information
The Festival uses a range of venues and outdoor spaces across the city and beyond. Many of our venues offer hearing loops and admit registered assistance dogs. Please visit our venues page for information regarding access and facilities at each venue.
Helen Keall is our Access Champion. You can contact her directly on 01722 332241, email firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the Festival office, 87 Crane Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PU (via one step access). Helen can help with all additional access enquiries including alternative brochure formats, lip reading seats, drop off points, quiet spaces, accessible facilities and smooth routes.
The performance of Butterfly on 3 June (see page 28) will be BSL interpreted. Although we regret we are unable to offer captioning, audio description and relaxed performances at this time, festival events may still be accessible to your needs and Helen will be happy to advise.
Agent for Change
The Festival is delighted to have been awarded funding to work with Viv Gordon as part of Arts Council England South West's Agent for Change initiative.
Click here to read our full Access Statement.