New for 2022: Request a Special Assistance Sticker

New for this year, our special assistance stickers will help our staff and volunteers identify and assist anyone who might require additional support at our show. Anyone who needs it can request a special assistance sticker on-site from the Query Desk or West Entrance Carer Check-In. The stickers allow access to special assistance lines for entry to the venue, priority entry to the show floor, special assistance queues for Main Stage panels, and additional support for autographing and photo ops.

MCM Comic Con is open to individuals of all abilities, we are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure full access and we encourage all feedback and suggestions in order to improve your experience. Carers Pass registration is now open!

The following explains all accommodations provided this year for MCM London and Birmingham Comic Con announced so far. We’ll keep this updated with any further updates closer to the show. 

Please note that at London Excel you will need to have gained entry to the event before you can access wheelchair hire.

Carer Passes

Complimentary Carer Passes for MCM Birmingham are available for those fans who need special assistance. Any general, priority or weekend ticket holder can request an additional ticket for their carer to attend free of charge.

NEC Venue Accessibility information

The NEC aims to be fully user-friendly for visitors with access needs.

For NEC venue details

Carer Pass applications are now open. Please note you need to purchase a weekend, general or priority ticket in order to qualify for a complimentary pass for your carer.

If you are arriving by private car and have your Blue Badge with you, you will be directed to the nearest disabled car park - where you can be dropped off and picked up at the end of your visit. Please be aware that the NEC is a private site.

The NEC aims to be fully user-friendly for visitors with access needs. The AccessAble website gives you the accessibility information you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible for you. To view their guide to the NEC please click here.

Wheelchairs are available free of charge for blue badge holders and £5 for all other visitors. The number of wheelchairs we have available is limited, so if you’ve got your own, please bring it with you.

Assistance dogs are welcome, but we do not recommend that you bring them to events where noise levels are high.

Accessible toilets are available across the venue. Changing Places facilities are also available by Hall 20, on the Atrium side of site and by Hall 2, on the Piazza side of site (both of these are accessible with a radar key).

The Changing Places facilities provide more space for up to 2 carers - and extra features to meet additional needs, including height adjustable adult-sized changing benches and a hoist system.

We’re happy to help so you can focus on having the best weekend of the year. If you have questions on accessibility at NEC please contact via this page or get in touch with the MCM team at