Attitude is everything
The Copper Rooms and Warwick Students' Union work with Attitude is Everything specifically to improves Deaf and disabled people's access to live music by working in partnership with audiences, artists and the music industry.
If you are interested in the work Attitude Is Everything does then please visit their website to get involved or donate.
Customers with access requirements are advised to purchase a ticket for the gig. Once you have purchased a ticket, you should then fill out an Access Requirements form. This form can be obtained by contacting our Reception on 02476 572777, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Letting us know your access requirements in advance will ensure your needs are met.
Please Note: this form is also to be filled out by people with temporary access requirements, such as broken legs, pregnancy etc.
Download a photo route: Including disabled parking, quickest access guide and directions.
Access Address Book
We run an Access Address Book which is a database in which we store customers' access requirements. If you choose to have your information added to the address book you will only need to fill out the Access Requirements Form once. Once you have bought tickets for shows in the future, you will simply need to contact Reception to let them know the gig you are attending. We will then ensure your access requirements are passed onto the Duty Manager.
If you would like to be added to our Access Address Book, please select the appropriate answer when next filling out the Access Requirements Form.
If you require any more information on the Access Address Book, please contact Reception on 02476 572777 or by emailing email@example.com.
2 For 1 Ticket Scheme
Deaf and disabled customers, who would be unable to attend a gig without assistance, are welcome to bring a companion/carer free of charge. Once you have purchased a ticket, you should then fill out an Access Requirements Form, which will ask you to state if you intend to bring a companion/carer.
Please note that our staff are not trained to lift or carry people who may need help or to assist with personal toilet or medical needs. We provide a free personal assistant ticket in order that customers with these needs may be able to attend.
Guide/assistance dogs are welcome in all our venues. We advise customers who require the assistance of a dog, to fill out our access requirements form which can be obtained by contacting Reception on 02476 572777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We operate an early entry service for our Deaf and disabled customers. We ask you to report to the Box Office 10 to 15 minutes prior to the advertised door time and security will ensure that you are fast tracked passed the queue and get first access into the venue.
On The Night
Customers who have filled out an access requirements form should report to the venue doors on the night of the gig and to ask for the Duty Manager. They will be able to provide any access information you may need, and will ensure every effort is made to meet your requirements.
Use of Strobe Lighting / Stroboscopic Lighting and Other Stage Effects
Strobe lighting, lighting that produces stroboscopic effects, smoke machines and other theatrical effects may be used during shows in our venues.