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 and further more - see the venues website for further details.
They are a historic building and The Loft, is non-accessible for wheelchair users and unfortunately They do not have a lift to this room or the balcony of the main room auditorium. The Loft is on an upper level, accessible by steps (approx. 30) to get there.
If you need assistance, let them know in advance and someone will meet you at the front doors, just ask a member of the front of house staff to show you the way. There's street level access just to the side of the venue on Back Colquitt Street. We'd recommend arriving about 15 minutes before doors open, just to make things easier.
With any other access requirements, please let them know in advance and if you require a seat, the venue's staff will assist. they do not have a lift to upper levels, so if you are unable to use the stairs, please get in touch.