Are London Theatres accessible to disabled visitors and those with special needs?

Yes, most West End Theatres are accessible to everyone, despite some constraints with some of the older West End Theatres.

The Equality Act dictates that providers of goods, facilities and services have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to provide access for disabled people; and most theatres offer some kind of step-free access to at least one part of the auditorium, and provide ramps or lifts to help navigate stairs. They also provide special sound systems for people with hearing loss, special performances, and facilities including accessible toilets.

See our full guide to West End Theatre Access and Accessibility for more information.

📷 Main photo: Yes, most West End Theatres are accessible to everyone.

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