To book tickets or to contact us about any specific requirements you may have please call 020 7407 0234 or email email@example.com
There is no charge for carers or escorts accompanying patrons who are registered as disabled.
Our two theatres are black box style studios, seating roughly 200 in the Large and 100 in the Little. Both theatres have flexible seating layouts – because of this the performers often use the same entrances and exits as the audience and for some shows exiting the performance space may require you to go across the stage. This can make admitting latecomers and re-admittance during the performance tricky. For more information on a specific production contact box office on 020 7407 0234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Little does not have allocated seating, however if you require a specific kind of seat or a wheelchair space, or have any particular access issues, do speak to a member of staff, and we will reserve a suitable seat for you.
For most productions, row A is at the same level as the playing space, and each row after that is one extra step up. Please note that because of the configuration of the seating banks, what appear to be aisle seats on the plan may not necessarily be an aisle seat. If this is important to your visit, please contact the box office who will be happy to advise you.
Many shows contain flashing lights, however this will vary from production to production. Where possible we will include information on the show page. If there is no information or you require more detail, please contact box office.
There is ground level access to all areas of the theatre and there are accessible toilets.
There are a maximum of 2 wheelchair spaces available in the auditorium (usually along the front row).
When you collect your tickets please notify a member of staff if you wish to transfer to a theatre seat so they can assist you.
Blind and Visually Impaired
Guide dogs are welcome in the auditorium, please request an aisle seat when you arrive at the theatre. Alternatively our staff are happy to dog sit for you.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
STAGETEXT Captioned Performance – Captioning converts the spoken word into text that provides people with hearing loss with access to live performance. In captioning, the words appear on a screen at the same time as they are sung or spoken. Captions also include sound effects and offstage noises. For more information visit www.stagetext.org.
Hearing dogs are welcome in the auditorium, please request and aisle seat when you book. Alternatively our staff are happy to dog sit for you.
Elephant and Castle is a partially step-free station. Step-free access is only available on southbound Northern line services. The station is less than 5 minutes walk from the Playhouse.
Borough is also a partially step-free station. Street-free access is only available on northbound services. The station is about 5 minutes walk from the Playhouse.
If we can do anything to make your visit more enjoyable or if you would like to suggest improvements please contact us on 020 7407 0234 or email email@example.com