This article on BBC News talks about
The reality of life as a disabled clubber
and the inaccessibility and health & safety nonsense you have to put up with in nightclubs…
‘A night out clubbing is something most young people take for granted. But even if they get past the bouncer, life on the dance floor can sometimes be difficult for those with disabilities.
“I’ve been told I’m a fire risk a number of times, or they don’t have disabled toilets,” says Sam Renke, a 30-year-old actress, of her experience with clubs.’
Read to the end and Blue Badge Style tries to give a positive outlook?! They are maybe the ‘last bastion of segregation’.
Our review of London clubs (including Cargo, who get a thumbs up thanks to our previous review) and festivals are a help but why not let us know your experiences ?? You can also search for ‘clubs’ under the Venue section of the website or see club/concert reviews from all over Europe.