Thumbs up for the GFT
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
I was amazed at how they've managed to make such an old building so accessible. Very pleasantly surprised!
Transport & Parking
There is on street parking on Sauchiehall Street, but it can get busy. Plenty of public transport links available, given the city centre location.
They have worked incredibly hard to make the building as accessible as possible. There is level access from the street, although the hill getting to the main door is pretty steep! It does at times feel a little disjointed internally, as you have to pop on and off a couple of lifts while in there if you want to get to the snacks etc. but it's well worth it!
The loos were easy enough to find, good signage and spacious enough for me.
As you would expect, the staff were extremely helpful on the day! Very pleasant, welcoming and willing to help. We were there for a visit during Disabled access day, but I'm hoping that level of service is the norm!
Anything else you wish to tell us?
It's a great cinema experience. Give a little extra time to get around on the way to the screen as the accessible entrances to certain screens can involve a detour.