Accessibility

For help with accessibility, please contact us on 0131 225 8050 or info@imaginate.org.uk.

Imaginate has a strong commitment to accessibility and equality.
All our events and opportunities are open to people from all backgrounds and abilities.

  • The Festival brochure is available in large print or in various computer formats. 
  • All our venues are family friendly and wheelchair accessible. For detailed information and reviews, check Euan’s Guide at euansguide.com.
  • Children (and adults) with additional support needs can attend any of our performances but some shows may be more suitable than others for those with complex needs. If you would like some advice, please contact us.

Accesibility at the Festival 2022 Programme - watch the BSL video below

  • There will be a signed performance of Little Murmur (interpretation by Jamie Rea) on Friday 13 May 9:30 and Saturday 14 May at 15:30
  • There will be a signed performance of I am Tiger (Interpretation by Amy Cheskin) on Tuesday 10 May at 19:00
  • All recordings of delegate events will be captioned
  • All in-person delegate events will be BSL interpreted

List of BSL interpreters:

Booking tickets

Registered Disabled qualify for our concession price of £8.

If you are a Wheelchair User or if you need to book a complimentary Personal Assistant ticket, please call our box office on 0131 226 0019 or email boxoffice@imaginate.org.uk.

For our BSL interpreted performances, please let a member of our staff know that you are coming so that we can make sure you have a seat on the correct side of the stage to see the BSL interpreter. 

Further information

Below are two information resources created by Solar Bear to help the theatre sector become more accessible to D/deaf and hard of hearing audiences. Feel free to read and share.

We are a family friendly festival and proud member of the Family Arts Standard. Parents/ Guardians are welcome to bring babes in arms (under 1 year of age) to performances at our festival. These are free but ticketed. The exception to that rule is when a show is specifically targeted at babies in which case, they will require a normal child ticket.