Door in the Wall Arts Access

Access Page – Neuk Perspectives

Access information for Neuk Perspectives

Exhibition page

RSVP to the Private View

Information will continue to be added here as it becomes available. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact [email protected]

What's on this page?

Venue Information

The exhibition will be at WASPS Patriothall Gallery

WASPS Patriothall Studios and Gallery

Opening Hours: Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-5pm


Venue website

Google Maps link


We have created a visual guide to finding Patriothall Gallery here: How to Find Patriothall Gallery


A bright orange doorway with a sign saying "wasps patriothall gallery"

Getting here

We encourage visitors to use public transport wherever possible.


The 24 and 29 buses go to Raeburn Place (5 minute walk)

The 36 bus goes to Hamilton Place (3 minute walk)

The 27 and 23 go to the bottom of Dundas Street (an 8 minute walk along Henderson Row).



Parking is very limited in Stockbridge.

Blue Badge holders can park for free in Pay & Display parking areas, but not in Residents Zones. The nearest Pay & Display parking is on Dean Bank Lane. 

Find parking areas using the council’s interactive map

Information for Wheelchair Users

Euan’s Guide page for Patriothall Gallery

Access to the gallery is down a lane with narrow pavements. It may be easier to go in the road, depending on the size of your wheelchair. There is cobbled paving in the courtyard outside the gallery. Please call 07305853884 if you need help to navigate these and we will be happy to help. 

The gallery has level access throughout, and a wheelchair-accessible toilet (photographs to follow).

The nearest Changing Places Toilet is 0.58 miles away at Johnnie Walker Princes Street


Long cobbled laine leading towards a group of buildings
Patriothall (lane leading to the gallery)
Cobbles outside the gallery

Information for Neurodivergent Visitors

A Visual Story will be available shortly before we open


Sensory Information:

The gallery is generally very quiet, but ear defenders are also available for exhibition visitors. 

All videos play through headphones. 

We have created a quiet space with comfortable chairs for visitors who need a bit of calm. 



Sensory supports:

We will have the following access equipment available for use:

– Ear defenders (adult and child sizes)

– A range of sensory supports from which you can choose, and cotton backpacks to hold them

– A visual story for the exhibition will be available once installation starts

– There are several exhibits that visitors can touch and interact with – these will be clearly sign-posted. 



Alternative formats and reading support:

– There will be an Easy Read exhibition guide.

– Exhibits will have audio labels, which can be accessed through QR codes next to each object. You can also find all the audio labels on the Neuk Collective bandcamp page

– Coloured reading overlays will be available


Some of the sensory supports available Ear defenders (child and adult sizes, fidget toys, and plush toys.

Access for Visually Impaired Visitors

– Exhibits will have audio labels, which can be accessed through QR codes next to each object

 There are several artworks designed for visitors to touch and interact with

– Please inform the invigilating staff and they will be very happy to assist. 

– Water can be provided for guide dogs – please ask the staff. 

Access for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing Visitors

The exhibition is very visual, and all labels and exhibition guides are available in written form. 

All videos have closed captions and run in 2 loops – one with captions, one without. 

There will be a BSL interpreter on the opening night, and a BSL translation of the Neuk Manifesto is also be available via QR code. 


Exhibition Texts

You will be able to download copies of the exhibition texts here once the exhibition opens.