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    The Duke of York, Belfast -

    Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour in contrast to the modern fashionable establishments currently blowing into the surrounding streets. Unfortunately the alleyway is cobbled, which makes it very difficult for people in wheelchairs and with mobility problems […]

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    Croke Park, Dublin -

    Croke Park is the home the Gaelic Athletic Association. At it, there is a sports stadium, museum and business conference centre. It is also used for outdoor concerts in the city. There is disabled seating at Croke Park in the Lower Cusack section of the stadium, which can be accessed from St. Joseph’s Avenue off […]

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    Daly's Bar, Omagh -

    Daly’s Bar is located at the top of High Street in Omagh, beside the Courthouse. There is a small step into the bar, which creates problems with people in wheelchairs to get over. With assistance, it does not cause too much problems, however there is another door within and it can be a tight squeeze […]

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    Vicar Street, Dublin -

    Vicar Street is a well-known music and comedy venue in Dublin. It is not possible to access the venue from the main entrance. However, the door staff provide help by taking disabled clientele to an alternative, wheelchair friendly accessible point. This access takes you into the main bar area, without having to go via any […]

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    IMC Cinema Omagh -

    Multiscreen Studios Omagh is the only cinema available in the Omagh area. Is it situated a mile outside the town centre, with plenty of on-site parking. There is disabled parking available for Blue Badge holders, with a ramp beside, which takes you up to the main entrance. The doors are very heavy, so are very […]

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    Strule Art Centre, Omagh -

    Strule Arts Centre is the local theatre in Omagh town, which is opened for plays, shows, galleries, etc. It is located centrally in Omagh. There are four main access routes to the centre, two by car. There is disabled parking available to Blue Badge holders, which is accessible from the High Street entrance, just buzz […]

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    The Blind Cobbler, Omagh -

    The Blind Cobbler is a small pub on John Street in Omagh, with live bands playing on a regular basis. There is no immediate car parking to the pub, but the nearest one is on the Kevlin Road, but there is no disabled spaces. The wheelchair access is at number 32 end of the pub, […]

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    Bogans Bar, Omagh -

    Bogan’s Bar is a small and popular pub, situated central in Omagh town. The pub consists of four small bars. A front bar, a back bar, a cocktail bar and the upstair’s bar. There is no elevator in Bogan’s, so unfortunately upstairs is completely inaccessible to anyone in a wheelchair. There is no disabled toilets […]