THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE
Derry Millennium Forum
15 September 2020 – 19 September 2020
The Millennium Forum is situated in the heart of the City Centre, nestled between Foyleside & Richmond Shopping Centres.
Carparking is provided Wednesday-Saturday in Foyleside East Carpark (which is a 5 minute walk from the theatre) or you can avail of the many on street parking spaces in the vicinity of the theatre.
A regular daily bus services operates between Derry and Belfast. Many of the main cities in Ireland can be reached by bus from the depot on Foyle Street.
Derry Station: 02871 262261
Dublin Station: 0035318366111
Belfast Station: 02890 333000
An Airporter bus service operates direct from both Belfast Airports – 02871 269996
An efficient service operates between Derry and Belfast with a service operating from Belfast to Dublin.
P&O & Stena HSS operate crossings from mainland UK to Northern Ireland. www.poirishsea.com
City of Derry Airport
Regional airport for the North West of Ireland with services to London-Stanstead, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham East Midlands and Dublin. Approximately 20 minutes drive from the City Centre.
Disabled Access and Facilities
We aim to ensure that the Millennium Forum is accessible to all. If you think you may experience access difficulties, or if you have any suggestions as to how we can improve our service, please [email protected]
Please download our Access Guide to the Millennium Forum. This guide will help you plan your visit to the Millennium Forum and also details the Access services and facilities we offer.
ADAPT NI envisage an inclusive society where disabled people can participate and are represented at all levels.
Access400 is an information service describing accessible services and facilities at culture, arts, leisure, community and heritage facilities across N Ireland. Beneficial for local people and tourists, this useful resource has up to date access details on theatres, leisure centres, community centres, tourist attractions, and many other venues
Gold Change a Little Change a Lot Accessibility Award
The Millennium Forum has a Gold Award in Change a Little Change a Lot Accessibility Award for its success and commitment to accessibility during the City Of Culture year. The award was created to make venues more accessible to audiences and performers with disabilities to promote awareness of disability in the community.
The Change a Little Change a Lot Accessibility Award is an initiative of the Community Awareness Programme, which is part of the EU INTERREG IVA financed Citizenship Project.
The Millennium Forum has made the lifts within the Theatre more accessible and have developed relaxed performances, signed performances and audio descripted performances.
The Millennium Forum are also one of the founder members of Adapt’s new initiative ‘Access Exchange’designed to support, develop, acknowledge and share good access practice among Arts Culture venues throughout Northern Ireland.
Venues that become members of the Access Exchange will become part of a unique network that endorses the business case for Disability Equality, share good practice to stimulate and motivate others to position disability at the top of business leadership for the arts.