They have bars (of course) and a cloakroom to leave your stuff and if you’re visiting us for the first time, just ask any of the friendly staff to show you the way.
Built in the early 1800s, the Arts Club on Seel Street has long played a part in Liverpool’s vibrant creative culture, and was the original meeting place for the Liverpool Royal Institute, the first art institution outside of London.
Now a high quality concert venue, art space and destination bar, the Arts Club has seen numerous international artists taking to the stage since it reopened as a live venue in April 2013. Showcasing the finest in local and national talent, it also hosts music, comedy, club nights.
Please get in touch with them before you buy your tickets between 12pm and 5pm, Monday to Saturday on +44 (0)151 707 3200 or email them to advise your access and personal assistant requirements.
If you need a ticket for a companion, carer or personal assistant, please let them know when you book.
Their box office unfortunately doesn't have a lowered counter or induction loop, so we ask that you speak to the staff upon arrival will happily assist you. All ticket orders will be processed in advance and advised prior to the show, so please bring all your booking information with you.
Wheelchair Spaces - These are available when you book for the main auditorium, but they're limited on a first come, first served basis and in stalls.
Guide and hearing assistance dogs are welcome, just be sure to let them know when you book.
For more information regarding accessibility or any other disability queries, see the venue's official website.