Norwich Theatre Royal - Accessibility
Headsets amplifying the sound from the stage are available to borrow from the foyer. For patrons with hearing aids that incorporate the ‘T’ setting, necklace hearing loops are also available from the foyer.
Minicom: (01603) 598630
Certain shows will be sign language interpreted and/or captioned. At these performances top price seats are half price for those customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. This concession is also offered to one companion. For further details, please ask at the Box Office (01603) 630000.
Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
Information on the theatre's facilities and forthcoming shows is available on audio tape, in large print and in Braille. For more information, call (01603) 598529
Certain shows will be audio described. Top price seats at all performances are half price for those registered blind or partially sighted and this concession is offered to one companion. For further details please ask at the Box Office (01603) 630000
The theatre produces Talking Notes - a recorded introduction to a show. These are available on request and from the third performance onwards of a show. Please pre-book at least one week in advance of the show by telephone to the Front of House office on (01603) 598540.
There is lift access to all floors of Norwich Theatre Royal. The Circle level of the auditorium is raked with steps between each row. Please let us know if you have any mobility needs and we'll be happy to advise you about the most appropriate seating in the Circle. There is a raised area at the rear of the Stalls where users of wheelchairs with high backs will find it more convenient. There are five accessible toilets throughout the building. Certain seats in the Stalls and Circle across all price bands are removable to accommodate wheelchairs and tickets in these spaces are half price to the person using the wheelchair and one companion (excl lowest price) -early booking is advisable. Box Office (01603) 630000.
If your choice of seat is restricted by access requirements, or you require a carer to accompany you on your visit, then let the Box Office know and they will offer you and one companion a discount.
For more information on access to the Theatre Royal building, including detailed descriptions and photographs, please contact the venue.
If you require any further help arranging your visit, please let us know - call the Front of House office on (01603) 598540.