VENUE: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
ADDRESS: Catherine St, London WC2B 5JF
CONTACT: 0844 412 4660
You will find Single Yellow lines on Russell Street and a NCP car park (Blue Badge holders must pay) in Drury Lane.
There are 6 steps leading up to the swing doors at the main entrance. 20 steps down then 17 steps up to the Stalls. 39 steps to the Dress Circle and 61 steps to the Upper Circle. All staircases have handrails.
Wheelchair users can enter the building via the door on Russell Street which has a doorbell. You must contact the Theatre Manager upon arrival to use this service.
You will find wheelchair spaces at L1 and 35 and K1 and 35 next to seats reserved for companions. You are welcome to store wheelchairs in the Stalls store room.
There is a Stair Lift service.
Accessible toilets are located on the left inside the Russell Street entrance.
Disabled visitors can request their drinks to be brought to their seats.
There is an Induction look available from the foyer for visitors with hearing loss.
Accessible dogs are permitted inside the auditorium or they can be looked after in the Manager’s office.
DID YOU KNOW?
Author Tom Ogden calls the Theatre Royal one of the most haunted theatres in the world. The most famous ghost is called “Man in Grey” who appears as an 18th century nobleman.
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