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British Academy of Film and Television Arts
Accessibility information for BAFTA 195 Piccadilly
From street level stairs or the passenger lift will take you to reception.
There are twenty seven steps from the entrance to the reception on the 1st floor.
A further twenty nine steps from the 1st floor will take you up to the 2nd floor and Theatre.
The Princess Anne Theatre is raked and there are twenty three steps on either sides from Row A to P
There are 2 spaces for wheelchair users in the Princes Anne Theatre, in the front row, seats A0, A16. The whole of the front row has extra leg room and is ideal for transferring from a wheelchair to the theatre seating.
The lift operates on request through all floors from the street level entrance.
Access at the ground floor is step free and the lift is located here.
There is an adapted toilet on level 2.
Vehicles can stop to drop off at kerbside only. (Double yellow lines run along Piccadilly).
There are 2 blue badge parking bays (Parking Anytime) Opposite BAFTA on Sackville Street and 3 in St James’s Square (Parking Anytime)
The Williams Sound hearing impaired system is in the Princess Anne Theatre. We have a limited number of headphones so pre booking is advisable. They are wireless and have sound controls on each ear.
Support Dogs are allowed access.