Disabled access guide to London"s West End theatres.
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Disabled access guide to London"s West End theatres.

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Published by Society of London .
Written in English

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You can find more information about parking at London attractions with AccessAble’s access guides. Q-Park provides secure and convenient parking in Central London for disabled motorists. You can find accessible parking spaces close to Tower Bridge, Oxford Street, and West End theatres . London can be a great place for activity and entertainment, especially when it comes to theatre. The city is known for its world class array of shows in the West End, which are housed at over forty different venues across the city. But, even for able-bodied theatregoers, a trip to a London theatre . Options outside London. With regards to regional theatres, the South West is very well equipped with disabled facilities. The Theatre Royal Bath has wheelchair spaces available in the Stalls and Royal Circle (both of which are at reduced prices). There is also lift access . London theatres loved by disabled access reviewers 22/02/ facebook twitter google plus Email. While the actual number of theatres in London is still unknown, we do know that theatre remains an .

No trip to London’s West End is complete without seeing a theatre has some of the best plays and musicals in the world, but there’s so much more to this cultural district than neon lights and famous faces.. So before you take your seat at a London theatre, here are some essential facts and tips you should know about London’s West End. London Theatres One of the biggest capitals of the world, London features iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and Big Ben. London is also home to the West End, which includes over 50 prolific contemporary and traditional theatres . Which is the oldest theatre in London’s West End? The Theatre Royal on Drury Lane in Covent Garden is not just the oldest theatre in the West End, but the whole of London. A performance venue has existed on the same site since , though previous Theatre . Do venues have Disabled Access? All venues have disabled access. However, as many of London's historic theatres are listed buildings, many do not have lifts. Many theatres have allocated special seating spaces for wheelchair users. Should I make a booking online if I am disabled?

The theatre is fitted with a Williams Sound hearing assistance system. Headsets are available on a first come first served basis. The following receivers are available: The WIR RX WIR RXN The . The best theatres with disabled access. Palace Theatre is a large West End theatre, currently showing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. One visitor said that “It was easy to get in on my scooter. I could . The variety of bars in the venue are perfect for private parties and corporate functions. The main auditorium is a fantastic performance and conference space and has a capacity of 1, over three floors. To make an enquiry, contact the ATG West End . Book West End theatre tickets for London West End theatres online. Book tickets for musicals, plays and shows for London's theatres and venues.