The Core at Corby Cube aims to be accessible and welcoming to all. We are committed to making your visit as easy and enjoyable as possible.
We have dedicated wheelchair spaces for all performances and film screenings. There are adapted toilet facilities available on all levels and lifts to all floors.
Please mention when booking if you require an aisle seat, extra leg room, a seat near the front or if there are any other access requirements. Our Ticket Office staff will be able to advise you of the best seat for you.
Please note that strobe lighting, smoke effects and gunshots are sometimes used in performances. Details are available from the Ticket Office on 01536 470 470.
Assistance dogs are welcome throughout The Core and water can be provided. Please advise the Ticket Office when booking so that adequate provision can be made.
Motorised scooters are allowed in public parts of the venue.
The nearest disabled car parking space is in the car park right next door to Corby Cube and East Midlands International Swimming Pool. This is a pay and display car park. Charges are applicable Mondays to Saturdays, as follows:
20p evening charge (6pm – midnight), 60p – 1-2 hours, £1 – 2-3 hours, £2 up to 4 hours, £10 all day. Parking is free all day Sunday.
We will be having an Autism-Friendly performance of The Tiger Who Came To Tea on Sat 25 March. This is a specially adapted performance for customers with a wide range of disabilities and for those on the autistic spectrum. There may be some small changes to the show in terms of lighting and sound but the overall content does not change. There is also a more relaxed atmosphere in the auditorium to reduce anxiety and ensure an enjoyable visit.
These screenings are open to all but we extend an especially warm welcome to those living with dementia, their companions and family members. Tickets are standard price, with one free companion ticket for those living with dementia.
There will be no adverts or trailer before the film but our bar will be open an hour before the screening serving snacks and refreshments.
Specially trained staff will be on hand and the screening will also include:
– An interval midway through the film
– clearer signage to help you find your way about
– the lights will be up a little and the sound reduced slightly
– people are welcome to move about as they wish
– we encourage you to sing along and enjoy yourself
These screenings are held in a supportive environment with reduced sound levels and partially raised lighting. Cinema-goers are free to move around, make a noise or take a break during the film if they need to.
We also have a number of screenings subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing.