Getting tickets for Wheelchair Users and Accesibilty

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scarebear
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Getting tickets for Wheelchair Users and Accesibilty

Post by scarebear » Fri Jul 01, 2016 4:23 pm

Hi Guys

Looked at the line up and overall im looking forward to it, the new venue looks OK and is not too bad for travel as i live in Battersea and one bus takes me nearly door to door!.

My old dear is 87 and in a wheelchair (im a carer for her) loves her horror movies but couldnt survive a whole day, so she has asked me if its possible to get wheelchair accessible single tickets for a couple of movies for which i would be accompanying her, so id need the seat next to her. So my question has 2 parts. Firstly, ive checked on the web site and it looks as it the place is wheelchair accessible, but i would like to confirm that all the screens have these spaces just incase. Secondly and more importantly, If the relevant seats are already allocated for day or festival pass holders at the beginning, how would it be possible for her to see these films? I notice the single tickets dont go on sale until the 23rd July and by the the passes may have already been sold for the wheelchair seats. Any ideas?

Any ideas as to who i should contact as all the bookings seem to be done online?

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Re: Getting tickets for Wheelchair Users and Accesibilty

Post by iomega » Fri Jul 01, 2016 10:17 pm

Contact the festival office. The details are on the website.

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