We are committed to being accessible and inclusive.
We want everyone to enjoy visiting us, so we’ve put together information to answer any questions, queries or worries you may have.
You can learn more about our commitment to access and disability equality at the bottom of the page.
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What Access and Disability Equality means to us
We are committed to equality.
We share Arts Council Wales’ ambition to help achieve a ‘fair and equal Wales where the arts are widely and easily available to everyone,’ and, like them, are ‘determined to champion diversity and break down the barriers that prevent this from happening.’
We strive to be an organisation where everyone feels welcome, supported and championed. We want the voices we amplify and the people we work with to be as diverse as the world we live in.
We highly value the lived experience of Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people, anyone who has access requirements and those who regularly face exclusion from or barriers preventing them from accessing the arts.
What we are doing to achieve this includes:
- Supporting the work of We Shall Not Be Removed, a collective who work in the arts to ensure that progress made in accessibility and equality is not overlooked in the Covid-19 recovery.
- We have implemented their 7 Inclusive Principles.
- Disability equality training for all our team.
- Training to embed accessibility and inclusion into how we work.
- An access working group who have lived experience of disability.
- We welcome feedback from anyone using our organisation.
- We are a certified Dementia Friendly organisation.
- Members of our team are Dementia Friends ambassadors.
- Our staff are receiving Dementia Friends training.
- We are working with four other Welsh organisations to make the mainstream theatre industry in Wales more accessible and inclusive for audiences, participants and theatre workers, whether freelance or in employment. Click here for more.
- We are members of the HYNT card scheme which offers free companion tickets to anyone who needs the assistance of someone else to attend arts events. Click here for more.