The Galway Film Fleadh is committed to delivering festivals that are accessible to everyone.
We take great care to ensure that our programme and overall festival experience are delivered in a dignified manner. We also aim to offer a programme and service that’s integrated, allowing all an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from the festival.
We will actively continue to identify, remove and prevent barriers to people with disabilities participating in all areas of the festival. For questions and comments regarding accessibility at our event please email email@example.com
. If you have any access needs, we ask you to info us or the booking agent for our event while you are booking.
Links to tickets will be available throughout our event pages, and they are also available to purchase over the phone or in person from our event ticketing agents:
- Galway Film Fleadh bookings are handled by the Town Hall Theatre (tht.ie or from the box office on +353 (0)91 569777)
- Junior Film Fleadh
- Public bookings are handled by Pálás (palas.ie or from the box office on +353 (0)91 394 800)
- School/group bookings are handled internally – please inform us during the booking process if you or any member of your group has access needs
- Galway Film Fair attendance is not ticketed, attendance is by application – please ensure to inform us during the application process if you have any access requirements
If you require spaces for mobility devices, such as a wheelchair or scooter, or spaces for a support person or service animal please advise the appropriate box office while purchasing your tickets. Wheelchair spaces can be booked online in both venues, otherwise you will need to make a booking over the phone or in person.
Every reasonable effort is made to ensure that all event venues are fully accessible to people with disabilities. As this is not always possible, please check with the box office or directly with each venue if you have a concern. All of our screening venues are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair accessible toilets. However, some venues (for panel & discussions etc) may not be easily accessible for wheelchairs or have wheelchair accessible toilets.
Seating at the Town Hall Theatre
Accessible seating is available in Row C of the main auditorium. Please inform us/the booking agent of any requirements you may have at the time of booking as it will allow us to arrange seating for you in advance of the screening.
Seating at Pálás
Accessible seating is available in Row A in each of the 3 auditoria. Please inform us/the booking agent of any requirements you may have at the time of booking as it will allow us to arrange seating for you in advance of the screening.
Wireless headsets are available for people who are hard of hearing in all screening venues.