ACCESS PERFORMANCES AVAILABLE NOW
Published : 25/Sep/2019
We are committed to improving access to live performances for all and we are pleased to offer the following assistance with selected productions coming soon.
Ideal for blind and partially-sighted people, audio description is a form of audio-visual translation, using the natural pauses in dialogue or between critical sound elements to insert narrative that translates the visual image into a sense form.
STRANGERS ON A TRAIN SET | THU 14 - FRI 15 NOV | 7.30PM
Similar to TV subtitles, words appear on screen at the side of the stage at the same time as they are spoken - ideal for those who are deaf, hard of hearing or if you'd just like to read along.
ALADDIN | THU 9 JAN | 6PM
British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted performances feature an interpreter at the side of the stage (usually on the right) who signs the dialogue from the performance.
STRANGERS ON A TRAIN SET | FRI 15 NOV | 7.30PM
ALADDIN | WED 8 JAN | 6PM
Please note that selected concessions are only available to book via the Box Office in person, or by telephone.
Visit our ACCESS page for further information about the venue.