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Clandestino Festival takes place at several different venues, which means that the level of accessibility may vary. We have here summarized the information about how accessible the venues are.

Angered Theatre:
– The stages are accessible from ground level, which makes it easy to access the building by wheelchair.
– There’s a big parking area near the theatre, and parking spots reserved for those with a permit.
– An accessible WC is available.
– You can contact the theatre by calling 031-3315408 or e-mailing info[at]

– Wheelchair users can enter the church from the south side, where the entrance is at ground level.
– There’s a parking for those with a permit available, next to the south entrance.
– There’s an accessible WC available.
– A hearing loop is integrated in the sound system.
– If you have questions you can contact anders.brosche[at]

– It’s possible to access the venue by wheelchair at the back of the building.
– An accessible WC is available.
– You can contact them by calling 031-147100 or e-mailing info[at]

Musikens Hus:
– There’s a parking area behind the building.
– Entry is usually through the main entrance but wheel chair uses can, with help from the staff, enter by the yard directly into the concert venue.
– An accessible WC is available on the ground floor.
– There might be flashing lights and a smoke machine used on stage.
– For questions or help with entry you can contact them by calling 031-121583.

Stora Teatern:
– An access ramp and an elevator is available.
– For visitors with impaired vision seating is recommended from the fifth row.
– There’s a wireless hearing loop system available, visitors can borrow equipment from the staff. The loop system requires a hearing aid with a so called ”T switch”.
– An accessible WC is available.
– Guide dogs are welcome, but you have to book a ceartain seat. You can contact the ticket office by calling 031-3683299 or by e-mailing biljett[at]

The Museum of World Culture
– There are two parking spots available at the main entrance, for those with a permit. There’s also a large parking area at the back of the building. The main entrance is at ground level.
– There are two elevators available. If you need help you can contact the staff in the reception.
– There are accessible WC:s available on the second and third floor.
– The elevators have braille text and guide dogs are welcome.