Venue accessibility

Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Various workshops)
36 University Avenue
The Agnes' main entrance has automatic doors and can be accessed by a ramp with railings on both sides. Wheelchair-accessible stalls are available in the public washrooms, and the washroom entrance has an automatic door opener. Service animals are welcome. For more information:

Baby Grand Theatre (Gentleman’s Guide musical performances)
218 Princess Street
The Baby Grand is located in the Kingston Grand Theatre. The Grand Theatre has two accessible entrances, two lifts between floors, and a fully accessible washroom on the main level. Accessible seating for wheelchairs and scooters can be reserved with the help of box office staff when buying your ticket. For more details and other accessibility features:

Cataraqui Centre (Storefront Art Gallery)
945 Gardiners Road
The Cataraqui Centre's accessibility information is available here:

Daft Brewing (Viva Voce)
768 Princess Street
Daft Brewing has an accessible front entrance with a ramp and a wheelchair-accessible gender-neutral washroom. For more information, call (343) 477-0289 during operating hours (see website: 

Grad Club (Life of August and Saudade screenings)
162 Barrie Street
The Grad Club has a new ramp to access the main floor of the building. For more access information, call (613) 546-3427 during operating hours (see website: The Grad Club’s accessibility page on the Queen's building directory site is currently under construction (April 2022), but when updated will be available here:

Kingston Community House (Poetry @ 99 York)
99 York Street
The Kingston Community House is not currently accessible by wheelchair. The main entrance to the house is up a set of steps, and the kitchen area and washrooms can only be accessed by stairs. A renovation plan for an accessible entry has been proposed but is not yet in place as of April 2022 (see website for details: If you want to attend a Juvenis event at 99 York and find the space prohibitive, feel free to contact our festival assistant at and we will do our best to work out an accommodation plan together. 

Kingston School of Art (Mixed Media art show)
647a Princess Street
Kingston School of Art strives to remove barriers and make our spaces and programs more accessible for all individuals. Please direct any inquiries or feedback on access to General accessibility info available here:

Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning (Various workshops, festival closing event)
370 King Street W
The Tett Centre has accessible entrances with automatic sliding doors. Entrances and stairwells are equipped with truncated domes for the visually impaired. There is a user-friendly accessible elevator between the first, second, and third floors, and a wheelchair-accessible washroom on each floor. The Tett welcomes service animals and has a wheelchair available for patrons to use (contact For more information:

Queen’s Rotunda Theatre (13: The Musical performances, various workshops)
85 Stuart Street (Theological Hall)
The Rotunda Theatre is located in Theological Hall at Queen’s University. Access to the Rotunda Theatre is possible by making previous arrangements with the Drama Department at 613-533-2104. The accessible entrance is located at the southwest corner of the building which gives access to the stage floor area only. For more details about the building's access features and barriers:

The Spire (Battle of the Beats)
82 Sydenham Street (Sydenham Street United Church)
The Spire has 2 accessible entrances, an elevator, accessible gender-neutral washrooms, and accessible seating in the performance hall. For more information: