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Take a tour of our building and facilities available for all access needs, read our Access Guide and download our latest audio and large print guide plus browse our upcoming programme
We're committed to promoting equality by treating people fairly and with respect and by taking steps to address any inequalities in the services and facilities we offer. We believe that providing the best access possible is an essential component of our status as a world class arts and conference venue. We continue to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to improving accessibility by going beyond equality law.
In 2013 we attained silver level in Attitude is Everything Charter of Best Practice which seeks to improve Deaf and disabled people's access to live music across the UK.
To contact the Access Manager please email [email protected] or call 020 7382 7348 during office hours.
Improvements to the accessibility of the Barbican Centre are being made all the time; since the creation of the Access Group in 2000, disabled visitors to the Centre have been consulted on many important projects.