Here at Live to your Living Room, we would really like to improve the service we give to Disabled, Neurodivergent, and chronically ill people, or people who face other barriers to attending live music events.
In order to do this, we are hoping to speak to people who identify as facing barriers to accessing live music events in any way, to find out what is important to YOU, and what you think we should be looking at and prioritising. Our plan is to run a series of focus groups, to help us understand the needs of the community.
About the focus groups
The focus groups will be run on Zoom, so you can join in from wherever you are. You will be in a group with up to 15 other participants, depending on how many people would like to take part. We’ll be there to help guide the discussion, which will focus on the barriers to accessibility and how they might be overcome. You will be free to contribute in whatever way works best for you. The session will last no longer than 90 minutes.
Payment for your time
Thanks to Folk Arts Oxford and Arts Council England, we have some funding to pay for this consultation, as we particularly recognise that Disabled people are often asked to give their time and labour for free when advising on access issues. Participants will be paid £50 for taking part in the focus group.
How to take part
For more information on the focus groups, and to submit an expression of interest, please click here to complete our online form.
- Click here to download the information in Microsoft Word format.
- Click here for an audio version of the information.
Applications will close on Monday 14th August. If you have any questions about the focus groups, email Cat McGill on firstname.lastname@example.org.