Richard III Access
Access Booking line:
0800 912 6971
Trafalgar Studios Visual Story: a visual resource to help prepare visitors for a new experience and to help them become familiar with new surroundings and what to expect. Click here to download it
Large Print Introduction
A large print introduction for A Guide For The Homesick can be found here.
An Audio-Introduction for selected shows is available on Soundcloud, please click here.
To get the access discount for these shows you must join the ATG Access Membership Scheme; call 0800 912 6971, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the box office in person
Touch Tours can be organised in advance (subject to availability) by contacting TrafalgarManagement@trafalgarentertainment.com
- Audio Description
- Sign Language Interpreted
- SUR Titles
- Relaxed Performances
Venue Access Information
Trafalgar Studios 1 & 2 are accessible for Wheelchair Users. The main entrance to the theatre is on Whitehall. The Foyer, Foyer Bar and Box Office are on street level. Please note, Trafalgar Studios are only able to accommodate small wheelchairs - up to 25” or 65 cm width and 43’’ or 110cm length (no
mobility scooters) due to size and weight restrictions (225 kg max) on our
For Studio 1 you can enter the foyer step free, take the lift to the lower level then a stair lift brings you to the front of the auditorium. The Wheelchair Spaces are in the front row and are clear view.
For Studio 2 access is step free into the foyer, take the lift to the lower level then there is level access into the auditorium. The Wheelchair space is again in the front row & clear view.
If Wheelchair Patrons would rather transfer into a seat then the wheelchair can be stored during the performance and brought back to you at the end of the show.
Please allow enough time (20 minutes) for wheelchair patrons to get to their seats.
The infrared hearing loops now work in Rows F-H in Studio 1 (best reception in more central seats); in Studio 2 best reception is in A17-22, B24-29 and C34-39. Devices are at the Box Office, £10 deposit is required. There are two devices available: Induction Loop Necklace Suitable for persons wearing a hearing aid, the induction loop necklace is worn around the neck. Whilst wearing the necklace switch your hearing aid to the 'T' setting and the sound is amplified. The necklace has an adjustable volume control. Headset This device amplifies sound through earpieces similar to regular headphones. Suitable for persons without a hearing aid.
Guide Dogs are permitted in the auditorium or can be looked after by staff during the show.
The disabled toilet is on the lower level in the Studio Bar and can be reached by Wheelchair Users from the foyer and from both auditoriums.