– Audio Foundation is down four flights of stairs with ten steps in each flight with railing.
– We have plenty of seats available around the venue in all shapes and sizes, including seating comfortable for heavier people, and people that need armrest support. Just ask a staff member if you can’t find a spot to sit that works for you.
– Unisex toilets can be found down a short hallway at the back of the front room.
– There is a smoking area accessible through a door at the back of the venue.
– Wheelchair Access is available 12 – 4PM Tuesday to Friday via the lift in the Parisian Tie Factory. Email us or message our instagram or facebook page on the day to arrange.

– Whammy Bar, Backroom and Wine Cellar are all wheelchair accessible via a back entrance. Email us or message our instagram or facebook page on the day to arrange access.
– Old Folks Association has a wheelchair ramp at the main entrance.

If we can do anything to help you with your accessibility needs in relation to our programmes don’t hesitate to drop us a line at

The Audio Foundation is a proud member of the the Arts for All Network, led by Arts Access Aotearoa with the purpose to increase access to the arts for people who experience barriers to participation as artists, performers, audience members, and gallery and museum visitors. They do this by working in the disability, mental health and Deaf communities, and through a network of community arts organisations called creative spaces.