The nearest baby changing facilities to the studio are located by the café, near the toilets. If you would like a private feeding space, a feeding room is located by the children’s library
There is an accessible toilet by the main doors and the cafe.
The Studio space at The Hive is fitted with an induction loop. The areas use an infrared loop that requires either a headset or neck loop to be used in conjunction with the system. A headset can be used if you have a hearing impairment, please ask a member of staff if you require a headset. If you wear your own hearing aid please let a member of staff know so you can have access to a neck loop.
When entering The Hive, you can identify a member of Big Dreamers staff by their brightly coloured branded tshirt.
Please let us know at time of booking if there is anything that we can do to support your family. This can include earlier access to the space for those who need wheelchair access; or activities to prepare for your journey to the theatre. There is no question too small that we can’t help you with.
Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to make the experience more enjoyable for your child.
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All performances at The Hive will take place in The Studio on the ground floor.
The Hive is located in Worcester City Centre. It is a short walk from Worcester Bus Station and Worcester Forgate Street Station.
9A High Street,
Cathedral Square will play host to all of outdoor arts. It is a large square surrounded by restaurants at the end of the High Street.
Due to the loud and bright nature, and the crowded nature of the space; the outdoor arts element of our festival may not be suitable for those with hypersensitivity to sounds/lights.