going out

Here we could add suggestions for places to go. Iyiola would like to add clubs (places which are wheelchair /disabled people friendly). We hear of clubs which have had refused disabled people but we should recommend those who do? and include LGBT clubs and places which are accessible to disabled people.

Greenwich guide for an accessible day out
access to fun places not just functional accessibility
Iyiola Olafimihan is smiling, hes wearing a cap and dark glasses

this is what he said –

I defo want to access clubs and night life and share my experience with y’all!
Ironically I was at the Guanabara (soon to transform into a new identity) the night before we met at Parallel London, to celebrate a friend’s birthday…they ushered me through their goods lift and all the way up to the main arena. As an access auditor myself (a bit rusty now – I must confess) what I always look out for is attitude of venue operators, are they willing to be flexible even where the venues are generally not designed with us in mind? Thus first test, website…is information on access adequate for disabled ravers? The language on the access page etc Anyway my first post will not be technical, just a peep into what I will be contributing when I go out, by the way Guanabara was okay, might approach the new management though to make further improvements.

Glad to be associated with Culture Access….