Accessibility

Nerve Centre is working to remove barriers for visitors with disabilities and to ensure our events and workshops are accessible. If you require assistance please ask a member of staff who will be happy to help. Nerve Centre is working to remove barriers for visitors with disabilities and to ensure our events and workshops are accessible.If you require assistance please ask a member of staff who will be happy to help.

Programme of Events

All of our events are listed on our website (www.nervecentre.org). Please contact our box office on 02871 260 562  if you require any assistance with booking for a workshop and/or event.

Workshops

If you are a parent/guardian of a child or young person with autism please download and complete our ‘passport’ document and forward to our autism champion, Sharon Tosh, s.tosh@nervecentre.org.

Parking

The Nerve Centre is located close to a number of city centre car parks with the nearest pay & display car park located on Bishop Street and/or William Street.

The main bus station is located on Foyle Street.

Centre Access

Nerve Centre is accessible for wheelchair users. Our main entrance has level access through power-assisted doors. We have lifts providing access to all floors of the Nerve Centre.

Our venue is very flexible meaning that that position of wheelchair spaces changes depending on the demands of the event taking place.

We offer a number of wheelchair spaces within seated areas at performances for when seats are in use. In standing areas for gigs or for all-standing shows there is no raised viewing platform for wheelchair users. For such performances, please make yourself known to our Manager prior to doors opening, who will arrange priority entry and be able to advise where best to watch the event.

Both of our small cinemas are also wheelchair accessible.

Our recording studios are partially accessible. When booking a slot please provide details to our Music Manager who will be more than happy to help.

FabLab in Magazine Studios is on the ground floor and all the machines are accessible with the exception of the ShopBot in our basement.

Autism Friendly

The centre has worked alongside Autism NI to achieve the Autism Impact Award. Staff received awareness training and adjustments were completed to ensure a positive experience can be enjoyed fully by those experiencing autism and their families/carers.

If you would like additional information please contact Sharon Tosh, Autism Champion, s.tosh@nervecentre.org.

Access Toilets

We have fully accessible toilets on the ground floor and on level 2. Baby changing facilities are also available on the ground floor and on level 1.

We also have accessible toilets on the ground floor of Magazine Studios for users

Feedback

Please contact us if you have any suggestions on how we can improve our service. Email info@nervecentre.org or call 02871 250 562.