Cathouse Rock Club is located on Union Street, with a one-way approach from St. Vincent Street. Cathouse is spread over 3 floors with the cloakroom and non-binary toilets located on Level 0 (first floor landing); Level 1 and the main bar on the second floor landing; and Level 2 and the Jäger Bar located on the third floor landing. Gigs are hosted in Level 1 (second floor).
If you would like our venue’s accessibility information in an alternative or audio format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0141 572 1120.
Due to the age and structure of the building, we apologise that Cathouse Rock Club is not a wheelchair accessible venue. To reach the venue, customers must climb multiple flights of stairs (see below).
There is no accessible toilet, however we do have a larger, more spacious cubicle in our non-binary toilets on the first floor, located opposite the cloakroom.
On the first floor we have a bar area with tables and bar stools, and lower benches running along the wall. For gig attendees, we have a raised platform to the left side of the stage where we can place chairs. If you would like us to organise seating for you, please email email@example.com.
Strictly over 18’s. Please bring ID. Management reserve all rights.
Strictly over 14’s. Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. Please bring ID. Management reserve all rights.
We aim to facilitate an equal experience for all patrons, therefore deaf and disabled patrons may be accompanied by an essential companion free of charge. If you are requesting an essential companion ticket, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at the time of booking.
The following forms of copied evidence makes a customer automatically eligible for an essential companion ticket:
– Front page of DLA / PIP
– Front page of Attendance Allowance letter
– Evidence that registered severely sight impaired
– Recognised Assistance Dog ID card
– Credability’s Access Card
For those who can’t provide the recommended evidence, we will review each application on a case-by-case basis.
We are working on making Cathouse Rock Club an autism-friendly venue. For many people, nightclubs and live music venues can be overwhelming, loud, crowded, bright and unpredictable. To minimise challenges, we welcome daytime visits to help guests familiarise their surroundings. If a quiet place is required to help a guest unwind, please notify a steward who will take you to a private room.
We will soon be offering sensory bags, which can be borrowed for the event, free of charge. They will contain ear defenders/ earplugs, a stress ball and a sunflower lanyard to discreetly identify hidden disabilities to our staff. Please email email@example.com to reserve a bag as we will have limited numbers.
Strobe lighting and other special effects are often used during performances. In the past we have held a Photosensitive Epilepsy Friendly club event. If you would like us to host something similar or have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please notify us ahead of arrival of any medical items you require to prevent any security related concerns via email@example.com. Please ensure that prescription medication is in its original packaging.
We recognise the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower lanyard. Customers with Additional Needs/ Hidden Disabilities can wear a lanyard to discreetly make our staff aware that you may need extra support, assistance or time. If you plan on wearing a lanyard, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.