We aim to ensure that the Millennium Forum is accessible to all. If you think you may experience access difficulties, or if you have any suggestions as to how we can improve our service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please download our Access Guide to the Millennium Forum. This guide will help you plan your visit to the Millennium Forum and also details the Access services and facilities we offer.
Dementia Friendly – A Dementia friendly performance takes place. Please check the events brochure for further details
Relaxed Performance – A relaxed performance takes place. Please check the events brochure for further details
Wheelchairs –Box Office is happy to help by accommodating customers who may require particular seating arrangements to assist with all access and mobility requirements. Our venue has seating for eight wheelchair users – four in the Stalls, two in the Circle and two in the Upper Circle.
We have a courtesy wheelchair for visitors’ use, subject to availability.
You can pre-book it by calling the Box Office on 028 7126 4455 or you can request one on arrival. This wheelchair is for transportation to your seat only and cannot be used for the duration of the performance.
Loop System – Induction loops are provided at Box Office and in the Auditorium. The system will operate in the Auditorium with hearing aids set to “T”. There are good lighting levels throughout with tactile and Braille signage around the building.
Touch Tour – Touch Tours can be arranged by contacting email@example.com. Tel: 02871272776
Large Print Brochure – link to large print brochure
Signed Performances – ISL and BSL signed shows take place each. Please check the events brochure for further details.
Audio Description Performance – Shows with audio description take place. Please check the events brochure for further details
Captioned Performance – Captioned performances take place. Please check the events brochure for further details
Guide Dogs – Assistance Dogs are Welcome
The Millennium Forum are also one of the founder members of Adapt’s new initiative ‘Access Exchange’ designed to support, develop, acknowledge and share good access practice among Arts Culture venues throughout Northern Ireland.
Venues that become members of the Access Exchange will become part of a unique network that endorses the business case for Disability Equality, share good practice to stimulate and motivate others to position disability at the top of business leadership for the arts.
For more information about accessibility in the theatre, please contact Box Office Manager, Lisa Heaney on 028 71264455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the Access Guide Updated February 2017.
Listen to the Access Guide Updated November 2016.