Our team are bursting with excitement with Toffee apples and sparklers ready to go this November as Bonfire Night has us looking to the skies for fireworks galore, there’s also some great experiences happening with Access Card providers across the UK, so read on for more information about what’s coming up this month.
Our team have also added a list of top tips to make sure everyone has a safe enjoyable month ahead.
These are just some of the amazing things you can do this November with your Access Card!
Step’s at the O2 London:
The iconic 90’s pop group Steps are making their return in 2017 with a huge UK arena tour, plus a brand-new single and album, marking their twentieth anniversary.
The band have scored fourteen consecutive top 5 singles, sold over 20 million records and reached number one with three albums and three singles, their live show this November is lining up to be even bigger and better than last year, you won’t want to miss it!
For more information and to book tickets, please visit the link below, Access Cardholders can purchase accessible tickets by calling the ticket line on: (020 8463 3359)
Jimmy Carr performs his Greatest Hit’s Tour at the Theatre Royal Nottingham:
Jimmy Carr is back in Nottingham with a selection of his very best jokes along with brand new material for the ultimate comedy show.
A man who has devoted his life to crafting perfect jokes and has left a trail of laughter in his wake, Jimmy Carr‘s new tour will distil everything we love to laugh at and be shocked by, into one incredible, unparalleled night of entertainment.
Don’t miss out on one of the funniest acts in live comedy, for more information and to book tickets visit the link below or call the booking office direct with your Access Card on:
WWE Live lays the Smack Down at The BarclayCard Arena:
WWE bring’s their unique brand of action packed entertainment to the BarclayCard Arena Birmingham in November.
Fans will be able to see all their favourite WWE Superstars live in action all under one roof, with appearances from The Miz, Apollo Crews, Golddust, Roman Reigns and many more in a night of raw live wrestling entertainment, you won’t want to miss out on what is set to be a night of high octane action!
Other events also on sale this month:
The Killers add date to November UK tour
They’ll now be playing a show at Liverpool’s Echo Arena.
Debbie Harry and her iconic group perform their greatest hits.
Watch her perform at shows in Nottingham, Cardiff and Brighton.
Michael Mcintyre performs his World tour comedy roadshow
Tour dates across the festive period available to purchase now.
Top Tips from the team here at the Access Card regarding fireworks and safety at this time of year.
Hi Everyone, Craig here from the Access Card team, with some top tips to ensure you have a great bonfire night and festive period.
Be safe with Fireworks: We want you, your family and friends to have a fun and safe time on Bonfire Night, with this time of year it is tempting to have fireworks at home, if so, please make sure they are kept in a safe locked box where children cannot access them, make sure a responsible person is in charge of the display and wearing fire safe clothing and always make sure to buy your fireworks from specialist retailers who can best advise to their use and storage, don’t be tempted to buy from cheap sellers or overseas, with bonfires be careful around open flames and don’t add any flammable liquids to start the fire.
Stay Warm: With the winter cold creeping in, this time of year can be extremely difficult for those affected by the drop in temperature, for those with any physical disability, make sure to keep those wheat bags on standby, keep your thermostat set to an ideal temperature between 20-23C and make sure to wear extra layers and thermals when outside and chuck that big thick duvet on your bedspread to make sure you are extra cosy and warm over the winter.
Stay Safe: Those dark nights are here and unfortunately it means an increase in crime, so make sure to check all windows and doors when out enjoying the fireworks at this time of year, also make sure to be more vigilant around places you are unsure of and be careful when out in dimly lit areas, keep all personal belongings in a pocket that is easily hidden and make sure to keep your phone battery at a good level in case of an emergency.
Keep pets Safe: Over bonfire night and new year, be sure to keep all pets inside, loud bangs and lights can scare animals, so for those with assistance animals also, make sure to make them aware of the noise, if possible use additional thunder vests to help calm your dog, cats also need to be catered for however if you have a cat flap and they manage to escape, be sure to check under cars, outhouses and sheds for them if they get startled by the noise.
Keep in touch: We all appreciate how the winter can affect those with a disability and at this time of year especially it’s important to make sure you can easily keep in touch with friends, family and loved ones but more importantly to keep up to date with prescriptions and flu jabs, check to make sure you have medication and emergency contacts up to date.
Be sure to keep in contact with friends or family who are living with a disability, especially those living with respiratory disabilities due to the weather, our team here want you all to have a great bonfire night and festive period and we hope our top tips will help you all have a great end to the year!
See you all in December with our festive update!