The Night has just begun!
Nightclub Garage on Sauchiehall Street is a great spot for a good night out with friends and is also is a very inclusive environment for everyone. After some digging, I was told that the nightclub offers various access routes to wheelchair users into the venue. Firstly, Concerts in the main hall and room G2 are fully accessible for anyone! For any shows in G2, all you need to do is head down to the side entrance of the venue (just ask a bouncer if you get lost) and stewards will ensure you are able to find a comfortable space. There’s is also an accessible bathroom in the G2 room. For gigs in the main hall, avoid the stairs and use the rear fire exit to the main hall. Once again, if you struggle to find any of these locations, showing up five minutes before doors open will leave you plenty of time to be escorted by a member of staff. A number to keep handy would be 01413321120 which can be called and a staff member will be able to come and open the rear door for you and direct you to where to go. Unfortunately, due to unavoidable stairs, there is not full access to the attic as of yet, but a great night is still to be found in the other rooms. Open 365 days a year so plenty of time to try!
Transport & Parking
There isn't close by parking near The Garage nightclub so would probably suggest taking a taxi to avoid a long walk to the club.
Despite not having access to the upstairs attic, there are still many rooms accessible for wheelchair users which is great to get a taste of Glasgow nightlife.
In a nightclub, it is very good to half wheelchair access to the toilet next to the G2 room.
The staff and bouncers in Garage were very pleasant and approachable.