This page has information about our venue's access and our safer spaces statement.
Peel Hall is situated within the Peel Building at the University of Salford’s main campus on The Crescent. The address is:
Peel Building, University Of Salford, The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WT.
We recommend walking or taking public/active transport to the venue. Options include:
Lime scooters - Salford has a limited scooter network which incorporates the University site, Islington Mill, MediaCity and the Ainscow hotel. You just need to download the app to use and each ride costs £1 to unlock and 15p per minute to use. Find more info on Lime Scooters here.
Buses - The Crescent is well served by buses with the nearest bus stop being 1 minute walk from Peel Building. Details on Google maps here.
Trains - Salford Crescent train station is a 5 minute walk from the venue. Info on the TFGM website here.
We recommend parking at Irwell Place Car Park (post code M5 4PE) which is located on the other side of the A6/Salford Crescent. Walking distance from Irwell Place Car Park to the New Adelphi Building is 7 minutes or 0.3 miles. Click here for an interactive map that highlights the Irwell Place car park.
Parking is chargeable 7 days a week between the hours of 9am – 6pm. After 6pm, all parking on campus is free. Please note: all university car parks use the PayByPhone App. Irwell Place has an optional Pay and Display machine. The location code for Irwell Place PayByPhone 59325.
Peel Hall is wheelchair accessible however you will need to be shown the route by one of our team.
Please email email@example.com if you require a completely step free entrance.
There are 11 steps into the building.
There is an accessible toilet & toilets with cubicles on the same level as the venue.
Toilets with urinals are down 24 steps with lift access.
The venue seating is tiered. There are 17 steps down to the stage from the entrance.
Accessible seating is located at the back of the venue. There is a step free accessible toilet on this level.
Venue Address: Islington Mill, Regent Trading Estate, off Oldfield Rd, Salford M5 4DE
This is a new entrance to Islington Mill. We are no longer using the James street entrance for events.
Access is off Oldfield Road, through Regents Trading Estate.
All spaces in Islington Mill are wheelchair accessible.
The entrance to the building is over cobbled pavement.
There is an accessible toilet.
Fat Out Fest stands against any form of ableism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia. xenophobia & racism.
Any form of sexual harassment, physical violence or discrimination is unacceptable at our festival.
This includes unwanted sexual comments or contact, verbal abuse and use of threatening or intimidating language.
Should you experience any form of harassment at Fat Out Fest please make a member of our team know. We will treat everything confidentially and will aim to rectify the situation so you can continue to enjoy the festival. The four Fat Out Fest directors have all undergone Good Night Out training and all our employees have been trained on our safer space policy.
You will be able to identify a person who works directly for Fat Out Fest by our orange lanyards. You can also speak to any member of our security team and they will contact a member of the core team.
For more information, PA tickets or to read our safe space policy please email firstname.lastname@example.org