Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

This Information Is Current As Of: May 2022
Phone Number: 0115 989 5555
Parking & Transportation: Note: Park at your own risk. Obey any local parking signage. Check with the venue for the most up to date information.

Closest parking is on Burton Street (GPS nearest post code NG1 4BU) and the Blue Badge spaces at the side of the Concert Hall (you would approach these from Talbot Street). These spaces are approximately 50 metres from the Royal Concert Hall ramped entrance and 200 meters from the Theatre Royal side entrance. Royal Centre tram stop is 150m from entrance.

Stairs: Yes, there are stairs, but there's a ramp Yes, there are stairs, but there's an elevator
Stairs – Other/Details:

The concert hall level access points, ramps and lifts.

Is There A Designated Accessible Seating Area? Yes, there's an accessible seating area
Balcony Details:

Although there is a lift to all levels, on the higher tiers there is limited level access to the seating as the majority of rows have steps to reach them.

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it
Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

They have an infra-red Sennheiser transmission system to relay sound to customers who are heard of hearing. Headsets and Neck Loops are available free of charge from the Access desk in the Theatre Royal or the Cloakroom at the Royal Concert Hall for every performance. Please inform the box office staff that you intend to use this service when you book your tickets so you can be advised of where to sit to get the very best reception on your headset. Some performances are also signed and the information for this can be seen on event listings.

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the male gender/women gender restrooms Yes, there's a single family/accessible/gender neutral restroom
Restrooms – Other/Details:

In the Stalls there are toilets located near door A, this includes two accessible facilities. On Tier 1 the toilets are located near doors C and D (please note there are three steps to reach these facilities) there is also an accessible toilet with no steps at door C. On Tier 2 toilets are located near door E all with level access. There are also toilets, with level access, on Level 2 and 4 where the bars are located. Tier 1 toilet requires a Radar Key, but no other toilets in the building do.

Additional Comments:

Assistance Dogs are welcome and can be taken into the auditorium or there is a dog sitting service. Water bowls are also available.

Assisted performances can be found here:

Customers and their companions can visit the Theatre prior to attending a performance in order to familiarise themselves with the venue’s layout. These visits can be arranged through the Access Officer.

Reduced price tickets are available to customers with disabilities, subject to status and availability.

Ear defenders and quiet spaces are available.

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