Accessibility

See Further: The festival of science + arts is for everybody. Here’s some information on how we are working to ensure it is accessible to all.

Accessibility at the Festival venues

Southbank Centre

Southbank Centre publish comprehensive information on their website on accessibility including full access information on the venues

Please contact Southbank Centre Access Line to request this information in an alternative format or if you require additional assistance during you visit to Southbank Centre or further information:

Tel: 0844 875 0073 (select option 2)
Fax: 020 7921 0607
Email: accesslist@southbankcentre.org.uk

Southbank Centre’s Access List Scheme may entitle you to purchase tickets at concessionary prices.

BFI Southbank

BFI Southbank publish comprehensive information on their website on accessibility, including details of physical accessibility, assisted hearing facilities and guide dogs.

For further information or to discuss your access needs in advance of your visit, telephone the BFI Southbank Box Office on 020 7928 3232 or for users of Texttalk/Minicom 020 7620 2025.

At other venues

Please note that the walking tour, Walking the science of the city, is not wheelchair accessible due to steps and cobbled streets encountered on the route. There are also no stops to sit down, so participants should be comfortable with walking the 4km/2.5 miles.

Accessibility on this website

This website seeks to meet with the Web Accessibility Initiative’s AA-level accessibility guidelines. This includes clear page structure, links, tables, image information, clear language, and tabbing between links. The BBC Accessibility website offers guidance on how you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible to you.