- How early should I arrive for a show?
- Can I buy tickets on the door?
- When can I begin to take my seats?
- Is there disabled parking nearby?
- Can I take food and drink into a performance?
- Where can I find the start time for a show?
- What happens if arrive late?
- Can my child sit on my lap?
- Can I take a pushchair into a performance?
- Do you have baby changing facilities?
- Can I change my seats on the night?
- Can I film/take photos/use my mobile phone in the auditorium?
- I’m coming with a large group to a performance, can I hire a private space?
- I would like to give feedback, who do I talk to?
Our Front of House Box Office and the Theatre Bar will be open 30-45 minutes before a show. So please come and join us for a drink and a wander around the Gallery before the performance begins.
Yes, if there are tickets available you will be able to book for that night on the door.
If you are looking to book tickets for other performances, this may not be possible as the evening Box Office is dedicated to sales and collections for the show in question.
Typically the doors to the auditorium open around 15 minutes before the show is due to start, at which point customers may take their seats.
Not officially, though parking is available throughout the town and there is a suitable drop-off point right outside The Theatre. For more information regarding access, please click here.
Yes - any food and drink purchased from the Theatre's Bar can be taken through to the auditorium.
You can find information about all of our shows via our What's On section, or in one of our brochures. If you are having difficulty finding the information you need, please conact the Box Office.
We will always do our best to get you seated, however every show is different, and some companies will request that latecomers not be admitted until a certain point in the performance. Latecomers are welcome to take a seat in our bar until said point.
Yes - if your child will be under the age of 2 on the day of the performance, they do not need their own seat/ticket and can sit on your lap.
If your child will be 2 years old or older on the day of the performance then due to Fire Regulations the child will need their own seat/ticket regardless as to whether they will be sitting on your lap.
Unfortunately not – for health and safety reasons the only large items permitted inside the auditorium are wheelchairs. However, please speak to a member of our staff upon arrival, who will be more than happy to find a suitable place to store your pushchair during the performance.
Yes - these can be found in our disabled toilet on the ground floor. Unfortunately we do not have the facilities to correctly dispose of soiled nappies, so these will need to be taken home for disposal.
The Theatre Box Office will always strive to provide all necessary information regarding restrictions about a seat at the point of purchase. In extreme cases, customers may be able to move seats after consulting the Box Office attendant or Duty Manager.
In short, no. Due to copyright laws and the wishes of our companies, the use of all photographic and recording equipment is not allowed unless otherwise stated. This includes the use of mobile phones. We respectfully ask that you switch off mobile phones and anything else that may disturb the performance for both the actors and audience.
Yes - we have two hireable spaces for groups who would like hire a room before a show and during the interval. Drinks can also be pre-ordered at a discounted rate to these rooms.
Please contact us for more information.
We welcome any comments you may have about a show or our customer service.
On the night of a performance, the best person to give feedback to is the Front of House Duty Manager.