DELFONT MACKINTOSH THEATRES
GIELGUD • NOËL COWARD • NOVELLO • PRINCE EDWARD • PRINCE OF WALES • QUEEN'S • VICTORIA PALACE • WYNDHAM'S

Prince Edward Theatre


 
 

Access


Aladdin Captioned performance:


Tuesday 26th September 2017: 7:30pm

Access customers must call 0344 482 5137 or email access@delfontmackintosh.co.uk to book for this performance to guarantee seats that meet their requirements.


Tickets - How to book


Discounts are offered, subject to availability, for disabled theatregoers and one companion, including wheelchair users and Patrons who have specific access requirements. To discuss your visit and availability please:



Parking


1 parking space available for disabled badge holders on Frith Street.

Hearing


Headsets are available from the Access attendant for a £5 refundable deposit.

Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs & registered Assistance Dogs


Guide dogs are allowed in to the auditorium. Alternatively, staff are happy to dog sit.

Wheelchairs


Entrance to the auditorium through a double EXIT door opening outwards on Greek Street, then up a very short ramp to Box 1 where there are 2 spaces for wheelchair users and 2 companions. Transfer seating is available to row A. The theatre is able to store a maximum of 2 wheelchairs and one scooter per performance, next to the EXIT door.

Toilets


Men's and women's at all levels

Disabled Toilets


Adapted toilet on right-hand side of foyer. Patrons requiring the adapted toilets need to go out of the exit on Greek Street and back to the foyer entrance on Old Compton Street. Staff are happy to assist if required.

Bars


5 licensed bars. The access attendant can bring drinks to disabled customers. The Mozart Bar is situated in the foyer at street level. Dress Circle Bar (with balcony) is up 27 steps from the foyer. Stalls Bar is down 46 steps. There is a Soft Drinks Bar at Stalls level (down 24 steps) and a further bar at Grand Circle level.

Autism


Delfont Mackintosh Theatres knows that communication is KEY.

We want all our patrons to have a good experience while in our theatres, so we now have a visual tool for parents and carers to use with children and adults on the autistic spectrum and/or with learning difficulties.

We have been researching the benefits of using social stories and would like to offer a social story for a visit to Prince Edward Theatre. We know that people with autism find social situations difficult and understand that we are all unique.

You can view the social story for Prince Edward theatre by clicking the image above, or download the social story in PDF format using the button below: