Access Information


The venue is wheelchair accessible with a single step entrance with ramp. Off-street parking is available nearby (charges may apply). All toilets are for all genders. An accessible toilet will be available.


There is a range of seating available in the screening room: hard backed chairs, sofas, beanbags. Some of the seats will be socially distanced. If you need to enter the screening room first or need a particular place in the room please let an organiser know. People are free to come and go from the screening rooms at any time.


All films will be screened with English subtitles and a few will have subtitles and captions.


The film schedule will be available as a text-only large print document. It will be available online closer to the time, or you will be able to pick up a copy at the festival. 


The launch night, festival workshops and the online quiz will all have BSL interpretation.



There will be a mix of distanced and non-distanced seating available in the main screening room, and we will do our best to increase ventilation during breaks. To keep everyone safe, we recommend you take a lateral flow test before attending, and don’t come if you have Covid symptoms. However we will not require proof of vaccination or negative test result. Many of the films will also be available to view online


If you would like to discuss any specific access needs please contact us in advance:

Four people participate in a Q&A at Leeds Queer Film Festival, while someone provides BSL