We connect disabled people with music and live event industries to improve access together.

Our vision is to see music and live event industries valuing disabled people as audience members, performers, professionals and volunteers.

Our work won’t stop until this becomes the norm.

Through our work:

  • Disabled people lead the change.
  • Industry professionals learn from real-life experience and expertise.
  • Barriers are identified and removed.
  • Best practice is celebrated and rewarded.
  • More disabled people play their part.

If you need to get in touch, please contact us.

22 years of change

We’ve been working with industry professionals and disabled people since 2000 to break down barriers.

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Our impact

Our work has amplified the voices of thousands of disabled people and generated real and lasting change.

Our ethos

As a disability-led organisation, we think carefully about language and believe passionately in the value of accessibility.

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Our team

We could not achieve all that we do with out our talented team of staff, trustees, patrons, artist ambassadors and future leaders.

Our funders

We are grateful for a set of incredible funders who support our work to benefit disabled audiences, artists, volunteers and professionals.

Latest updates

We regularly share news about our work and the voices of disabled audience members, artists and professionals.

Networks and mailing list

We run three networks of disabled people – Attitude is Everything volunteers, artists and professionals.

We also have a general mailing list for anyone interested in following and supporting our work.

Opportunities to join our team

See current job and trustee opportunities and learn about our key staff benefits.

Contact us

Get in touch to ask a question or discuss ways of working with us.

If you’ve experienced an access issue with a venue, festival or ticketing company, we’d like to hear about it via our online form.