Imagine Children’s Festival is back at the Southbank Centre this February half term, celebrating 20 years of families enjoying all kinds of art and culture together with a huge range of accessible events. Find out what the festival includes, the accessibility of the different events and how you can take part.
The Imagine Children’s Festival is championing every child. It includes a wide range of accessible events for a variety of needs, allowing everyone to experience the very best children’s theatre, music, literature and, most importantly, full-on fun.
With more than 160 events jam-packed into 12 days and more than 50% of the festival completely FREE, Imagine is the biggest festival of its kind in London.
Imagine’s 20th year sees a focus on celebrating all that makes every child unique. The festival features British Sign Language (BSL), Touch Tours, Makaton, Relaxed Performances and performances for SEND.
Southbank Centre is accessible to all, and level access is available to all of our venues. All ticket offices, toilets, performance and exhibition spaces at the Southbank Centre are accessible, as are the cafes, bars and restaurants across the site. Assistance, including guiding, is available for blind and visually impaired visitors.
Take a look at the Southbank Centre’s accessibility in this short video, and visit southbankcentre.co.uk/access for further details and to join our FREE Access Scheme.
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