Accessible venues in the North West

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Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

The Garrick has a long and illustrious history from its initial stirrings in November 1913 through to the major redevelopment completed in 1999.

Art with a Heart

It is Arts for the Community for the Benefit of the Community, with access to all.

Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery

Having a purpose build museum and library had long been a desire of the Library and Museum Committee, but it was not until the early 1870’s that serious discussions begun.

Bluecoat, The

The Bluecoat is the oldest Grade 1 listed building in central Liverpool and re-opened in March 2008, after a £14.5m redevelopment, as a major landmark on the UK map of contemporary culture.

Bolton Museum

Bolton Museum houses an important collection of Ancient Egyptian material consisting of approximately 10,000 objects from 68 sites; of these, almost 1,000 objects are on display in a dedicated Egyptian gallery.

Brewery Arts Centre

Located in the gateway to the Lake District The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal, Cumbria, offers a variety of entertainment including music, theatre, gigs, cinema, bars and visual arts. ACCESSIBILITY We want everyone to be able to come to the Brewery to enjoy memorable experiences. Our building is very old and unique, however we have […]
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