Arts centre the Barbican has been named the London’s venue of the year for audience accessibly by charity Euan’s Guide.
The disabled access charity said the Barbican was “one of only a handful of venues” to provide a Changing Places facility.
Euan’s Guide ambassador for London Tina Hodgkinson described the centre as “a very accessible arts complex which has something to offer everyone” and said it had “easy step-free access”.
Managing director Nicholas Kenyon said the venue strived “to be inclusive, both in the work we programme and the exceptional experience we aim to offer all visitors to the centre”.
Disabled people nominated hundreds of venues for the awards, with eight regional winners selected for providing “an outstanding welcome for disabled visitors”.
Euan’s Guide is a a website that hosts reviews for all types of places, aimed at making it “easier for people to find great accessible places to go”.