AT BOX OFFICE
OR CALL 0330 333 4810
VIA MISCHIEF THEATRE
UNTIL OCTOBER 2019
Ticket price £20 (includes a £1 restoration levy). Only to be booked via the Access Line number/email below.
Tel: 0330 333 4815
Email: [email protected]om
Address: Duchess Theatre, 3-5 Catherine Street, London WC2B 5LA
Click here to watch our official trailer with subtitles. (Click cc).
Dress Circle Rows D-E, seats 8-14
Please email [email protected] for more information
Wheelchair user access is provided using the AAT Major Stair Climber.
The stair climber accommodates wheelchairs up to 66cm wide (26 inches) and 89cm deep (35 inches) including any footrest. The maximum combined weight the stair climber can accommodate is 190kg or 30 Stone.
Patrons requiring the use of the stair climber should arrive at the theatre 45 minutes prior to the commencement of the performance. Advance booking is essential.
Stalls N1 and J14 provide wheelchair spaces, with companion seats adjacent.
Watch this video to see a video clip of the stair climber in motion.
There is a fully adapted unisex toilet at the rear of the stalls auditorium.
There are Ladies and Gentlemen’s toilets on all levels.
The theatre bars are located in the Foyer and the Stalls. A member of theatre staff will offer assistance purchasing beverages on behalf of customers. Programmes and Ice Creams are available in the main foyer and auditorium.
The theatre is fitted with a Williams Sound hearing assistance system. Headsets are available on a first come first served basis.
For information about disabled parking in Westminster please visit www.bluebadgelondon.org.uk or visit the Q-Park website www.q-park.co.uk/theatreland
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome. For comfort we recommend purchasing a seat on the end of a row. Alternatively we provide a dog sitting service for 2 dogs at a time; advance booking is recommended.
To access the auditorium there are 20 stairs to the Stalls and 11 stairs to the Dress Circle.
Joke of the Day
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