Budascoop, the stage rooms (Hall 1, 2), and the studios in Budatoren (except for the toilets) are wheelchair accessible. The cinema halls (halls 3, 4, 5) are not (yet) wheelchair accessible, but a BUDA staff member will be happy to assist you.
European Disability Card
This card is a tool to facilitate access to culture, sports and leisure activities for people with disabilities. Request your free card here.
People with disabilities get access to the activities at a discounted rate. If that person needs a companion, they can come with them for free. This applies to all activities organized by arts centre BUDA.
Blind and visually impaired
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Films spoken in Dutch are provided with audio description via the Earcatch app. Information about the app and included films can be found here.
BUDA does not have a loop for the time being.
All info on subtitles can be found on the movie and show pages.
UiTPAS reduction rate
Residents of Anzegem, Avelgem, Deerlijk, Harelbeke, Kortrijk, Kuurne, Menen, Waregem, Wervik, Wevelgem, or Zwevegem who are entitled to UiTPAS opportunity fare can go to performances organized by arts center BUDA at 20% of the ticket price.
You can find more info about UiTPAS here.
Organisations that work with people in vulnerable positions are entitled to a group pass. This way you can visit Budascoop with your organization at the discount rate ‘kansentarief’.
More info via firstname.lastname@example.org
BUDA’s film fund
BUDA’s film fund is a social fund of film friends to offer more to people who are less fortunate. Read more about it here.
Do you want to visit arts centre BUDA, but you do not belong to UiTPAS area of South West Flanders? Contact email@example.com or +32 (0)56 22 10 01 We’ll see what we can do for you.
Are you not entitled to the reduction rate of UiTPAS, but you cannot pay for your visit? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +32 (0)56 22 10 01 We’ll see what we can do for you.
Free menstrual products
BUDA offers free menstrual products. These can be found in the toilets.
BUDA wants to welcome different voices, backgrounds and visions and opposes any form of discrimination.
o you have any tips or feedback about your visit? Are you still missing something in the building? Do you think there’s something to improve? Or did you just have a super positive experience? We would love to hear from you through email@example.com
We want to make BUDA accessible to everyone, which is why we opt for gender-neutral toilets. That means there is no strict division. That means there is no strict division. For example, you will find a garbage can and menstrual products in every toilet. At the entrance is indicated what is located in the toilets.
For arts centre BUDA, equal opportunities are important. Qualities of people are decisive at BUDA, regardless of gender, origin, age or disability.