AccessAble are launching their new monthly Accessible What’s On Guide to help showcase events from our partners across the UK and Ireland. With information on everything from walking distances and blue badge parking to hearing loops and accessible toilets, we’re here to help you take the chance out of going out.
Date: 1st February
Venue: Discovery Museum
Newcastle is proud to be the host city for UK Pride 2020 which will be a vibrant summer festival and LGBT+ celebration taking place on Newcastle Town Moor from 17 - 19 July 2020.
Be the first to know what will be in the packed UK Pride 2020 programme with a special launch party at Discovery Museum's Great Hall on 1 February.
Date: 1st & 2nd February
Venue: York City Centre
Once upon a time, there was a city called York. In the depths of winter a spell was cast over the city. As if by magic, 40 sculptures of solid ice appeared, providing the people of York with frosty, fantastical and fairy-tale fun.
Live carving, hands-on experiences and the chance to win great prizes will provide you with some happily ever after.
Date: 5th – 9th February
Venue: National Science and Media Museum
A five-day extravaganza celebrating games culture, design and production, with special guests, workshops, master classes, and a fun-packed weekend for gamers of all ages.
Date: 12th – 23rd February
Venue: Southbank Centre
Treat the kids to their very own festival, as Southbank Centre’s Imagine Children’s Festival returns with a whole heap of fun activities, events and entertainment for kids under 11 years old.
Date: 14th – 23rd February
Venue: Various Venues, Worcester
Visit all of Worcester’s heritage sites this half term, with many offering activities to keep adults and kids entertained.
Date: 26th February – 8th March
Venue: Various Venues, Glasgow
Glasgow Film Festival is one of the leading UK film festivals. The programme regularly features: new local and international film from all genres; mainstream crowd-pleasers to groundbreaking art-house experimentation; the return of well-loved classics alongside rare cult gems; with filmmaker guest appearances, interactive workshops and discussion panels to complete the mix!
Remember to check back in with AccessAble’s blog next month, for more fun and interesting things to do across the UK.