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The internationally-renowned breakdance crew will wow with their energetic, unique and breath-taking moves and sublime choreography. Plus, there's a chance to take part in a FREE workshop with this amazing troupe.
AN EVENING OF COMEDY Featuring Robert White
Britain's Got Talent's 2018 runner-up Robert White will have you crying with laughter with his musical comedy as he headlines our night dedicated to comedy.
They have played alongside Coldplay and at the 2012 summer para Olympics - now they are bringing their unique collaboration, which is challenging worldwide perceptions of both disabled musicians and of classical music, to the Fylde Coast.


Access Fylde Coast is a pioneering project exceling disabled access across the Fylde Coast and driving Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre into the spotlightas outstanding locations for people with disabilities.

Boosting Tourism. Bolstering the local economy. Creating a positive place for all.

Helping Businesses Tap Into £14.8 million:

Our friendly access champions will offer you free tips, advice and even training to make your business accessible and welcoming to people with physical, sensory, mental health and learning disabilities.

We’re not about being critical. We’re about being helpful. And, you may be surprised at the difference that even a few small, low-cost changes will make to expand your customer base and your bottom line.

Helping Disabled People Make The Most Of The Fylde Coast

We want to make it easier for visitors and locals will all disabilities to access enjoyable trips and make memorable experiences across Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre.

So, we offer disabled people ‘buddys’, who can accompany you on your trip and our digital app will make it easier to find accessible places – making you feel very welcome, while supporting your independence.

Hosting All-Inclusive Events

We’re enhancing disability access to existing, popular events across the Fylde Coast with– from quiet spaces for people with autism to ‘rumble packs’ and British Sign Language interpreters for deaf people.  

And, in our bid to break down barriers of disability, we’re also hosting world-renowned  disabled performers from comedy, art and music at brand new events.

Find Accessible Attractions

You can find out about the accessibility of more than 50 cultural and heritage attractions across the Fylde Coast on our digital app.

All information will be provided in an audible, visual, easy read and on-screen British Sign Language signed version to make visiting the Fylde Coast extremely accessible.

Support During Your Stay

A new buddy service is on hand to assist you if you’re a visitor with a disability. Whether you’re planning a trip to the theatre or spending a day exploring the beautiful Fylde Coast, a buddy will team up with you, providing confidence and support during your stay.