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Sign Language Interpreted performance
Sign Language Interpreted performances: Theatresign signed performance by Donna Ruane on Sat 16 Jun at 14:00. To book: F: 020 7845 0999 W: www.stagetext.co.uk BO: 0870 243 9000
Infra-red loop system for the hard of hearing. Headsets are available for a returnable deposit of £20, please contact a member of staff upon arrival. Reception best in Royal Circle and Stalls. Induction loop at Box Office.
Guide dogs are allowed into the auditorium by prior arrangement with Box Office. Alternatively, staff can dog-sit.
Entrance is through a signposted double EXIT door to left-hand side as you face the theatre. To use this entrance, please ask a member of staff. Slight slope down to the back of the Stalls – handrails either side and rest area by adapted toilets (1 way down corridor) – where there are 8 spaces for wheelchair users in row P.
Wheelchair users must bring a non-disabled companion. Scooter/wheelchair transfer spaces to aisle seats in the stalls (by arrangement with Box Office). Transfer seating available to any aisle seat in the Stalls for people who can walk a little (by prior arrangement with Box Office). Slight slope from Stalls to Stalls bar.
Toilets on each level. Women’s up 1 step at side of Stalls or 10 steps down from the Stalls bar. Men’s off Stalls bar.
2 adapted toilets (men’s and women’s) by the entrance to the Stalls.
Row R 1–13 and 32–44 and Row C in the Stalls have the most leg room.
Access to Bars
Licensed bars. Drinks can be brought to disabled customers in auditorium. Further bars at Royal and Grand Circle levels – no seats. Merchandise kiosk in Stalls and upper foyer.
Public telephone by main entrance.
Children under the age of three are not admitted. Children aged three years and older are admitted providing they can sit in their seats and not to be a distraction for other members of the audience. However, this show is not recommended for children under the age of five. Everyone must have a valid ticket. Accompanying adults will be asked to remove any noisy children. If any discounts are available for children, the maximum age to qualify is 16 years.
The Theatre is unable to supply booster cushions, but patrons may bring their own, as long as these do not cause a hazard or inconvenience to other theatre users
Please note that strobe lighting is used in performances of The Lion King.
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