Accessible theatre in Cambridgeshire
Information about accessible theatre in Cambridgeshire for children and young people with disabilities and additional needs.
Cambridge Arts Theatre
The Arts Theatre in Cambridge offers accessible performances throughout the year, including half-term and panto productions for children (see below).
As well as relaxed, audio-described, BSL-interpreted and captioned performances, the theatre offers bookable Touch Tours.
For deaf/hard of hearing theatre-goers, the theatre has a Sennheiser infra-red hearing enhancement system, designed to help deaf and hard of hearing patrons both without hearing aids, and those who have hearing aids with a ‘T’ setting. It offers a limited number of headsets and personal induction loops free of charge.
There are eight spaces reserved for wheelchair users in the stalls and the theatre has two house wheelchairs which can be provided for all performances.
Where possible, there are reduced priced tickets for customers with disabilities and one companion. Please note: there are no discounts on bottom price seats.
If you would like to buy tickets or request accessible seating for a performance, including wheelchair spaces, call 01223 503333 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The oldest University playhouse in the country, the ADC is a department of the University of Cambridge, run almost entirely by students with no Faculty involvement.
Opening times: Monday – Saturday 1 – 7pm