Norwich Theatre Royal Norwich Theatre Royal

Norwich Theatre Royal

Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RL, United Kingdom | 01603 630000 | Website

Venue Description

Receiving theatre with over 100 productions each year including West End transfers and major tours.


Level access to automatic doors, front and back. Ramped or level access to Stalls seating and stairs or lift access to Circle level and to Kemp's restaurant on upper ground level.

Accessibility Guide

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Accessible Performances

Regular audio described, captioned and BSL interpreted performances - see website for current listings. Annual pantomime includes relaxed performance, especially suited to those with autism


3 step-free accessible toilets at ground floor (including one immediately accessible from Stalls seating). 3 step-free accessible toilets at Circle level (accessed via lift from entrance foyer. There is a changing places toilet in Chapelfield Mall, 120m from the rear exit of the theatre.


Frontline staff receive regular disability awareness training, including visual awareness, deaf awareness, autism awareness, dementia awareness, learning difficulties awareness

Assistance dog facilities

Assistance dog exercise facilities

Nearest park is Chapelfield - 2 mins walk from theatre

Other assistance dog facilities

Theatre staff offer option to look after assistance dogs during the show on request. Alternatively, for patrons preferring to keep their dogs with them, a seat will be held off sale, on request, to allow the dog more space inside the auditorium

The venue says it has...

  • Audio Described
  • Accessible Format
  • Audio Format
  • Braille
  • Sign Language
  • Carer Discount
  • Dedicated Seating
  • Disabled Access
  • IR Induction Loop
  • Induction Loop
  • Large Print
  • Access Statement

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