Overall good access, limited disabled seating
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
Plenty of parking when we arrived. Street level access from the car park and automatic doors available to enter the building. Friendly staff who were keen to help and plenty of space to manoeuvre. Heavy doors to enter the cinema screen and some of the shows we had booked had only two wheelchair spaces per screen. Unfortunately on busier shows some people had booked the seats around the wheelchair spaces without needing the wheelchair space itself which is not the fault of the cinema however I would recommend booking in advance because of this. I was able to book online and was sent an email to show on arrival via my phone screen so we did not have to queue at all. My only issue would be the temperature in each screen. Perhaps this isn't as problematic when it's busier however I found it to be very cold on every visit.
Transport & Parking
Parking was easy and there seemed to be plenty however we only visited on weekday afternoons when it is quiet so I can't comment on parking at busier times. There is a tram stop behind the building but I've not attempted to access this so I can't comment on accessibility.
There is street level access from the car park with lowered curbs and wide paths. There's automatic doors to the right hand side at the main entrance however the last few visits on of the doors has been sticking as we've tried to open it and it's needed a bit of a push to get it fully open. This wasn't difficult though and didn't require much strength. The cinema itself is all one level with wide doors. As mentioned above, the fire doors to the screens are quite heavy.
Staff were very friendly and helpful each time we've visited.