Glasgow venue transformed for disability access gig

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Media captionThe concert hopes to draw attention to disability access at gigs

A one-off gig has taken place to highlight the difficulties many disabled people have trying to get to watch their favourite bands.

The accessible concert at Glasgow's O2 Academy was a sell out, and it's hoped it will draw attention to just how much more needs to be done.

Fewer than half of the UK's music venues are wheelchair accessible, and where there is access, fewer than one percent of tickets are for disabled customers on platforms.