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The Access Card makes a red carpet entrance with new providers onboard this November.

The BAFTA awards take to the red carpet this month with The Access Card, click the image below to find out more about the biggest provider to jump onboard this month.

EE British Academy Film Awards - VIP Red Carpet Arrivals

As the cold winter nights creep in, The Access Card Team are hard at work with their team of elves to bring you even more great venues to explore in 2018.

Here are some of the new amazing providers who joined up with The Access Card this month.


The Palace Theatre Newark:

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This iconic venue established in the early 1920’s hosts a wide range of theatrical performances including comedy, drama, musicals and community shows, mostly for one night only, their eccentric line-ups make this unique venue a true wonder to behold.

Access Cardholders can now use their card at this venue for a free companion ticket to shows booked via the booking line or at the box office with valid +1 symbol.

For more information regarding accessibility at this venue, please visit the link below:

http://www.accesscard.org.uk/providers/palace-theatre-newark/

Beacon Arts:

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The Recently built Beacon Arts Centre launched in 2013 out of the long-standing Greenock Arts Guild which was established in 1945. The Beacon is located in Greenock on the banks for the Clyde with spectacular views over the hills of Argyll and Bute and is Inverclyde’s prime provider of arts and creative learning.

The Beacon stages a vast array of performances from award-winning national companies like Scottish Opera and National Theatre of Scotland to large scale community musicals and amateur theatre.

Access Cardholders can now use their card at this venue for a free companion ticket to shows booked via the booking line or at the box office with valid +1 symbol.

For more information regarding accessibility at this venue, please visit the link below:

http://www.accesscard.org.uk/providers/beacon-arts/


Sadlers Wells Theatre:

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The Sadlers Wells Theatre is a performing arts venue in Clerkenwell, London, England located on Rosebery Avenue. The present-day theatre is the sixth on the site since 1683, the theatre consists of two performance spaces: a 1,500 seat main auditorium and the Lilian Baylis Studio, with extensive rehearsal rooms and technical facilities also housed within the site.

Sadler’s Wells is renowned as one of the world’s leading dance venues as well as a stage for visiting companies, the theatre is also a producing house, with a number of associated artists and companies that produce original works for the theatre.

Access Cardholders can now use their card at this venue for a free companion ticket to shows booked via the booking line or at the box office with valid +1 symbol.

For more information regarding accessibility at this venue, please visit the link below:

http://www.accesscard.org.uk/providers/sadlers-wells-theatre/

Leeds Grand Theatre:

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The Leeds Grand Theatre and Opera House was built in 1878 in a backlash to the music hall tradition which was thought by ‘polite society’ to lower the tone of entertainment via the sort of humour presented in these pub-based establishments.

The theatre was built on a site of approximately three quarters of an acre with a frontage on New Briggate of 56 yards, including the Assembly Rooms, the theatre cost a total of £62,000 and took 13 months to build, the architect, George Corson, was heavily influenced by his assistant James Robertson Watson who had undertaken a tour of Europe’s churches and theatres.

The venue hosts a wide range of touring shows from some of the leading names in live entertainment, with a capacity of over 1500.

For more information regarding accessibility at this venue, please visit the link below:
http://www.accesscard.org.uk/providers/grand-theatre-and-opera-house-leeds/

The Isle of Wight Steam Railway:

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Train enthusiasts from around the world come to visit the Isle of Wight for the prestigious steam railway.

Travel back in time to find when it all began with the first line opening in 1862!

This fantastic day out sees over five miles of original train track, all that remains from the line that expanded 55 miles across the rural part of the Isle of Wight, this prestigious rail link sees some of the oldest working steam trains taking their journeys daily and guests can come onboard and take part in one of the oldest heritages of rail history.

http://www.accesscard.org.uk/providers/isle-of-wight-steam-railway/

 

These are just some of the great new providers who have joined our ever expanding list of accessible activities and events happening across the UK with your Access Card.

We always like to hear your feedback, so if you know of any smaller venues that would benefit from being onboard with us, then let us know.

Make sure to check back next month for even more amazing providers joining The Access Card this December!

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