Accessibility

We would like to thank Glasgow Disability Alliance and their team of activists who visited

the shortlisted venues to conduct accessibility audits and ultimately helped us to decide

which venue to choose. As a result of implementing their recommendations, the venue

is accessible for people with disabilities and wheelchair users. 

There is also a downstairs space in the venue which is not accessible and we have taken the decision not to host anything in that space. We will continue to use a toilet down there as a second toilet. 

Most events on the programme are free and the few events which have a cost attached have

a flexible pay-what-you-can policy to allow those to attend who could not otherwise attend.

Please email us or ask to speak to someone at Pride House if you want to discuss this.

Anything we screen will be screened with English subtitles. The live sport which is

streamed will only be as good as the subtitle package on the system we have and

there may therefore be a few anomalies in this. We have a comedy event (8th August)

which will be BSL interpreted. We are still making attempts to have further events BSL

signed and will update this section, and keep our Eventbrite and Facebook events up to date with this information. We have limited resource for BSL interpretation so please get in touch in

advance to let us know if there are particular events which you would like to attend to

allow us to target this resource in the most effective way.

Pride House is child-friendly and as well as specific events, there will be books and

toys available to keep children entertained. If these happen to be tidied away during

your visit as there have been certain events taking place, please just ask us for them.

Guide dogs and well behaved other dogs are welcome at Pride House, and there will

be designated pet areas. Please just ask staff for water bowls.