There is a limited amount of accessible parking on site that can be booked. If you wish to request a space, then you need to email or call (0300 6789 222) the venue detailing the make, model, colour and registration of the vehicle you will be driving.
No viewing platform in the main space on Level 1, but there is a number of wheelchair positions and ambulant accessible seats on Level 2, for seated shows. For standing shows only, early access is given to allow wheelchairs to be positioned in the most suitable area.
The box office desk and Roundhouse Bar and Cafe is equipped with a hearing loop system for anyone using hearing aids.
The main space and the studio theatre are equipped with a Sennheiser Hearing Enhancement System. If you’d like to make use of this service, please ask at the box office and they will be able to issue you with a compatible headset to enhance the sound, or to link to your hearing aid.
Details of captioned or signed performances will be listed under the dates and times tab on individual show pages. Alternatively, you can search for British Sign Language, Audio Description or Relaxed Performance in our search function on the website. If a performance doesn’t have any dates listed and you would be interested in using this service, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and they may be able to arrange this.
Assistance dogs are welcomed.
Visual stories and video tours are available online.
Relaxed performances and quiet spaces available.
Foyer signage is in braille.
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