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Lowther Pavilion introduces Access Card to its Access Scheme

The Lancashire theatre will join over 1000 venues & attractions listed in the Access Card’s directory

The Access Card Team is delighted to be welcoming Lowther Pavilion as a new Access Card Provider. 

The Access Card is now accepted as proof of access requirements at the theatre and Access Card Holders get a free carer seat for performances, if required, on presentation of the Access Card “+1” symbol.

Set in the beautiful Lowther Gardens in Lytham St Annes, the Lowther Pavilion Theatre has a proud history of serving the Fylde Coast and surrounding areas as a cultural hub of community entertainment ever since its first opening in 1921. The 450 seated / 900 Standing capacity venue provides a wide and diverse range of events from tea dances to international live music, drama to headline comedy and children’s shows to world-class dance, ballet, and Musical theatre.

Martin Austin MBE, Managing Director of Nimbus Disability & Creator of the Access Card, said: 

“We are thrilled to welcome Lowther Pavilion on board with the Access Card Scheme.

 “It’s safe to say that this last year has been a strange one for all of us, so it will be great for people to be able to have another thing to look forward to once we come out of lockdown. 

“The Access Card Team looks forward to working with Lowther Pavilion in the future to further develop its accessibility for disabled people.”

Martin Austin MBE, Managing Director of Nimbus Disability & Creator of the Access Card

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Tim Lince, CEO of Lowther Pavilion, said: 

“We are delighted to be part of the Access Card scheme. It will help improve the accessibility of The Lowther Pavilion for those who need help to attend. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to the theatre over the coming months”.

Tim Lince, CEO of Lowther Pavilion

For more information about the Lowther Pavilion’s access facilities, please click here.

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