I’ve pasted the accessibility information for The Yard Theatre in Hulme at the bottom of this post, as well as on the event pages.
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There’s no pressure to make anything, but we will have a whole range of materials out for you if you do! Feel free to bring friends, loved ones, etc. as well as your own craft or art projects if you’re already busy working on something in particular.
I’ve wanted to do this formally and regularly for SOO long so I really can’t wait!
OH and for those of you who are interested, we’re accepting submissions for the Still Ill OK Zine #1, so if you feel like submitting, you’re welcome to do so via email or at the session on Wednesday.
See you tomorrow! 8) xxx
The Yard is on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible. There are gender neutral toilets and accessible toilets. Music may be playing at a low volume, but can be turned off on request (you may also request this in advance via email). The room is spacious and there is access to a quiet outside space. There will be light refreshments available. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional information or requests.
The Yard is part of the Work For Change building (which also houses Venture Arts and Kim By The Sea). The entrance is the large blue door on the corner, with large “41” letters. Press the buzzer and someone will let you in and lead you to the room we’ll be in! Our number is 07539 371 070 if you have any trouble finding us.
By Car – The Yard has parking around the building which is free for 2 hours. There is also a disabled parking space a short walk from the entrance.
By Public Transport – Bus number 86 stops a 2-minute walk away (Old Birley Street stop). Bus numbers 53/250/256/263 also stop a 3-minute walk away (Hulme Park stop). The closest tram/rail link is Deansgate Castlefield, which is a 20 minute walk away.