Pyramid is committed to making sure that everyone has equal access to the things we do, understanding that everybody is different and not discriminating against people.
We welcome your questions and comments about how we can improve to better support anyone’s access needs. Please view the Contact Us page for details of how to get in touch.
On our website, you can use the accessibility tools on the right-hand side to change the display.
Look for this symbol on the right-hand side of any page and click it to use the accessibility tools.
We have made easy-read access guides for the Pyramid Studio, and our office. You can download them here:
Wheelchair access – The studio and office are both wheelchair accessible.
Toilets – The studio has an all-genders accessible toilet and a non-accessible male toilet. Our office in Barkston House has an all-genders accessible toilet on the ground floor, and gender-specific non-accessible toilets on each floor.
Pyramid’s studio and office are in two different buildings on the same street.
Studio: Unit 3, 18 Croydon Street, Leeds LS11 9RT
What3Words level access: https://w3w.co/below.regime.sport
What3Words stepped entrance: https://w3w.co/chop.clay.shape
Office: 62 Barkston House, Croydon Street, Leeds LS11 9RT
What3Words main entrance: https://w3w.co/dads.stole.notes
We have made a custom map in Google which shows
- our office
- our studio entrances (level and stepped access)
- the car parks and drop-off points
- the nearest bus stops
- the route to walk from the bus stops to Pyramid
By car: either of the car parks on Croydon Street are free for you to use while you are visiting. There are a couple of access parking spaces directly outside Barkston House but please be aware it is a busy loading area and can often be blocked by delivery vehicles. It is best to get dropped off and then use the car park, if possible.
By bus: from the city centre you can get
First Bus: 55, 65, 75 These buses stop on Domestic Street, opposite Salford Van Hire.
Arriva: 229, 254, 255 These buses stop on Spence Lane, opposite Dunelm Mill.
Other venues: We complete an access assessment for each external venue we use, and you can ask us for a copy if you’re planning on coming to an event.