Back Door access
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
To access No29 you must first go down a dingy lane, passing the bins, to "Bread and Butter" via a wooden ramp which is fine when its quiet. Difficult to move along with a chin controlled power chair when its full of evening revelers. You then go via a small, dark twisty corridor to the lift which takes you up to the required level. However you do require the assistance of a member of staff as the lift is controlled by a fob key. The lift is also small for a power chair and was a tight squeeze to use when you also have a carer to control the buttons.
Transport & Parking
There is no parking immediately at the venue and access is via a pedestrian walkway. With a large WAV the nearest car park was at Buchanan Galleries as Mitchell Street and St.Enoch car parks did not have the headroom for our vehicle. Disabled on street parking spaces are few and far between.
We didn't have any need to use the accessible toilets so we are unable to comment on them.
The staff were very helpful if a little embarrassed at the poor access.