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Disabled Parking Parking for disabled people is available in Regent Street
Automatic Doors Level access and automatic doors into building from Regent Street
Level access 7 wheelchair spaces in Stalls (ramped access), 1 wheelchair space in The Studio Theatre
Free Ticket

One free ticket for the assistant or carer of a disabled person who is not able to attend events unaccompanied. Proof of eligibility in the form of a DLA or PIP certificate is required when collecting free carer tickets. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO THE DISABLED IN WHEELCHAIRS OR THE REGISTERED BLIND. Carer tickets must be booked through the box office in person or on 01242 572573. Persons with free carer tickets must be accompanied by a full paying adult. Note: Carer tickets are only available in the Everyman Theatre main house and may not be available for all performances.
Only one discount or saver is available per ticket and proof of eligibility is required. All discounts and savers are subject to availability and these offers may be withdrawn at any time without prior notice.

Accessible Toilets Accessible toilets for disabled people on Upper Circle and Stalls levels
Accessible Lift Accessible lift for wheelchair users to all floors
Guide/Assistance Dogs Guide/assistance dogs welcome
Audio described performances available. Large print brochures available on request

Sign Interpreted

Sign interpreted performances available

We have a sound enhancement system. Using a headset (with or without a hearing aid) you can boost the volume of the performance. Ask our ushers for your headset.


 • Please note this is not a loop system, it is an infra-red system. In order to use the infra-red hearing system whilst wearing a hearing aid, you need to have a T-setting on your hearing aid. If you are not sure, please speak to your audiologist before your visit. Without a T-setting your hearing aid will not be able to connect to the infra-red system.

• Top tips for enhancing your visit if you’re hard of hearing;

- Book a seat close to the front. Hearing aids lose their effectiveness beyond a certain distance so the closer you are to the stage, the better.

- If using one of our headsets (either with or without a hearing aid), ensure that it’s not covered by any clothing (e.g. a scarf) so as not to block the infra-red signal.

- Any queries, please feel free to contact us (or your audiologist) in advance of your visit, or talk to an usher on the night.

Sally-ann Rhodes 01242 695574 /



The Everyman Theatre offers a range of Access Facilities .
Do you know someone who feels that they can’t get the most out of a visit to the theatre?
We offer performances designed to enable them to enjoy our productions.
Register your interest to join our Access List, or to find out any more about our upcoming Access Performances, by contacting Sally-ann Rhodes on 01242 695574 or email

Audio Description and Touch Tours for the Visually Impaired
Prior to the Audio Described performance, a Touch Tour will take place, giving people the opportunity to feel the set, props and costumes, to put the performance into context.
As you take your seat at the front of the Stalls, a helpful member of staff will issue you with a personal headset, through which the description is relayed.
Our Audio Describers, start their description 15 minutes before the performance with a detailed introduction. During the show, they describe what is happening on the stage when there is no dialogue. This live commentary comes via your personal headphones.

We are offering an Audio Description (with a Touch Tour at 11.30am ) for:
A Woman of No Importance on Thursday 12 September at 2pm
The Entertainer on Thursday 14 November at 2pm
Cinderella on Thursday 5th December at 2pm (Touch tour at 1pm)
Shirley Valentine on Thursday 20th February at 2pm


Captioned Performances for the Hearing Impaired
Captions are similar to television subtitles. The actors’ words appear on display units, placed either side of the stage, at the same time as they are spoken or sung. Speaker names, sound effects and offstage noises are also shown as text.
Audience members for captioned performances can sit where they prefer, however centre/side Circle or centre/side Stalls are recommended.

We are offering a captioned performance for:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Saturday 5th October at 7.30pm 


British Sign Language Interpreted Performances
Our Sign Language Interpreter stands to one side of the stage and interprets the script and language used by the performers at the same time as it is being performed.

We are offering a British Sign Language Interpreted Performance for:
The Owl and the Pussycat on Saturday 14th December at 11.30am
Under The Greenwood Tree on Saturday 14th December at 2.30pm
Cinderella on Saturday 4th January at 4pm

Relaxed Performances
Relaxed performances are open to everyone, but the environment has been specifically adapted for individuals with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, those with sensory and communication disorders, those with learning disabilities and anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment including pre-school children and people with dementia.
These performances are adapted in a variety of ways in order to reduce anxiety and ensure a safe and enjoyable live theatre experience.
There is a relaxed attitude to audience noise, the lights in the auditorium remain on low throughout the show, sudden loud noises are softened and audience members are free to leave and re-enter the auditorium at any point. There is a Chill Out Room, where a space is made available for audience members who need a bit of quiet time before and during the performance.

We are offering a Relaxed Performance for:
The Owl and the Pussycat on Saturday 23rd November at 11.30am
Under The Greenwood Tree on Thursday 12th December at 2.30pm
Cinderella on Wednesday 8th January at 10.30am
Cinderella on Wednesday 8th January at 4.30pm

Advance booking is essential : please contact Sally-ann Rhodes on 01242 695574 or email


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