The Eikon Exhibition Centre is fully accessible for all customers with accessible toilets, lifts and entrances in all areas.
There are accessible toilets within the Eikon Exhibition Centre
MOTORISED SCOOTER AND WHEELCHAIRS
Motorised scooters and wheelchairs are allowed in public parts of the venue, and guide and assistance dogs are welcome in The Eikon Centre. Wheelchairs are not provided and therefore customers need to bring their own if required.
CHANGING PLACES TOILET
The Eikon has a new mobile Changing Places facility which will be available at all events taking place on site. The facility offers additional equipment and space compared to a standard accessible toilet. Features include a height adjustable changing bench, a hoist system and adequate space in the changing area for up to two accompanying carers.
* PLEASE NOTE: Event and venue staff are unable to assist within the Changing Places toilet.
DISABILITY ACCESS TICKETS
We have a dedicated team of customer assistants waiting to help you get the right ticket for your requirements. Comic Con Northern Ireland customers with specific access requirements will need to register these details with our Customer Care team when they buy their ticket. Everybody’s requirements will be different, and we want to ensure your enjoyment of the event, therefore, tickets can only be booked by calling our Customer Care team on 0344 8000 410.
An application for a disability ticket must be made via our Accessibility Scheme and must be made 28 days in advance of the event.
Customers will receive tickets allowing priority access to Comic Com Northern Ireland, avoiding the queue and giving priority for autographs and photo opportunities, as well as at the front door. Customers will need to show their accessibility priority tickets to our venue stewards on arrival. There is Accessible Parking near the venue and dedicated accessible parking spaces are available.
Comic Con Northern Ireland will provide a free ticket to carers/personal assistants of fans who are attending that have a medical disability to accompany them in the venue. The person with the disability will need to buy a full price general admission ticket, and it is only the carer/personal assistant who is entitled to a free ticket. If the person with disability is under 16 years of age, a carer ticket will not be granted as all persons under 16 years of age need adult supervision anyhow. Only a carer may accompany a disabled pass holder in the priority queue.
In order to receive an additional ticket, the personal assistant needs to be on the carer's register which we will need proof of. Please call our customer services team to book on 0344 8000 410. Phone lines are open Monday - Saturday 9am - 9pm & Sundays and Bank Holidays 10am - 5pm.
As with our disability tickets, an application for a carer ticket must be made via our Accessibility Scheme and must be made 28 days in advance of the event.
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