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Hi, my name is mumii63! Help with arena accessibility

mumii63 Community member Posts: 2 Listener
Hi I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice im looking to take my 90 year old grandmother to an andre rieu concert on Thursday in the odyseey belfast currently I've came across no telephone number for the arena or ticket master no telephone number my grandmother uses a rotator but I was going to try and bring a wheelchair however I'm not sure if I can just do this as the tickets I was going to purchase do not have the blue disable badge 


  • Hannah_Scope
    Hannah_Scope Posts: 7,093 Disability Gamechanger
    Hello @mumii63

    Welcome to the community! :) Oh I hope you are able to get in contact with them about this, sounds like it would be a lovely evening!

    I found some information on the Accessibility page, on the arena website. It looks like they use a contact us form. 
    Hannah - She / Her

    Online Community Coordinator @ Scope

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  • mumii63
    mumii63 Community member Posts: 2 Listener
    Thanks for response i tried this yesterday **** response  
  • JustPete
    JustPete Community Volunteer Adviser, Scope Member Posts: 301 Pioneering
    @mumii63 Welcome.  I had a quick look at the link @Hannah_Scope mentioned which seemed to have comprehensive info on it.

    What did you ask and what was their response?

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