Information for both visitors and hirers

Accessing the cornerHOUSE

Wheelchair users

The cornerHOUSE is accessible by wheelchair-users and people with restricted mobility, being on a single level with step-free entry from the pavement.
(Unfortunately the stage is currently not accessible by wheelchair.)
Seating at the cornerHOUSE is flexible and it is a simple matter to remove a chair to provide a space for a wheelchair. If possible it is helpful to know in advance if a wheelchair user, or other audience members with restricted mobility, requires a space reserved for themselves and a companion.


A wide-access toilet is available, however it does not contain baby changing facilities.

Hearing impairment

There are currently no ‘loop’ facilities for people with hearing difficulties.

Visual impairment

Guide dogs are welcomed, if possible it would be helpful to let us know in advance if you wish to bring your dog to a performance.

Assistance dogs

Assistance dogs for vistors with conditions such as diabetes or anxiety are welcome, please let us know in advance if you wish to bring your dog to a performance.


The cornerHOUSE programming includes sessions for young people with autism, adults with learning difficulties and people with dementia and their carers.
(These events are run by outside bodies from time to time, using the cornerHOUSE as a venue.)


The cornerHOUSE does not have any dedicated parking spaces, for more information on how to get here please visit our contact page.

How to book

If you have any specific seating requirements or require a wheelchair space, please email