Accessibility Tools

Website Accessibility

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We’re aiming to be as accessible and inclusive as we can be.

We warmly welcome everyone to our events and festivals and offer a range of accessible performances and services to ensure you have an enjoyable time with us.

If you would like to read any of our website pages in an alternative font, colour, format or language, or have it read aloud by a screen reader, please launch the Recite Me assistive toolbar by clicking the red ‘Accessibility ToolsButton in the top right corner of your screen.

For Journeys Festival International‘s Event Access information, please take a look here.

For Re/action Festival‘s Event Access information, please take a look here.

If you want to chat about any access requirements in advance or would like any information in a different format, please contact our Communications and Audience Development Officer or call 01162 616 882. You can always write to us if you prefer, the address is on the bottom of this page.

We aim to respond to all access enquiries within 5 working days.

We are committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, whilst strongly promoting the work of the talented artists we support, using images, sounds and written pieces throughout our pages.

We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website for all people, and in doing so adhere to many of the available standards and guidelines.

The site’s accessibility will be kept under ongoing review, and we welcome your input into this, especially if you are having any difficulties with accessing our content, or if the way it is presented could be made clearer. If you do contact us, we may ask if you are happy to take part in surveys about how you are finding our site’s access – please note that there is no obligation to do so.

Thank you.