Access Tickets and Seating
The Royal Court Theatre building is fully accessible. Please let us know if advance if you have any specific seating requirements or if there is anything we can do to assist your visit. You can contact the Box Office directly on 020 7565 5000 or [email protected]
We have recently upgraded our online booking system and you can now purchase access tickets via our website.
To access tickets held for caption, audio description and wheelchair users, log on to your account at royalcourttheatre.com. Go to My Account > Details and update your access requirements. You will be able to select access tickets and purchase them online.
Tickets can also be booked in person at the theatre at Sloane Square Monday to Saturday, from 10am – 6pm. We have an induction loop on the Box Office for hearing aid users with a T setting.
BOOKING TICKETS FOR ASSISTED PERFORMANCES
In the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs we hold back seats for customers that want to attend our Captioned, Audio Described or BSL Interpreted performances. These seats are located in the best place in the auditorium to make use of the relevant facility.
Customers can now book these online. To do so they need to select either the name of from the Access Requirement section of your My Account page.
The seats held for the Assisted performance will appear on the seating as stars. These seats will online be visible to customers with the relevant access requirement selected.
CONCESSIONS & DISCOUNTS
Patrons with access requirements can purchase £15 tickets for themselves and a companion directly with the Box Office, either in person or by telephone.
WHEELCHAIRS – JERWOOD THEATRE DOWNSTAIRS
There are five wheelchair spaces in the Stalls, three in the centre of row J and one at each end of row K.
The two centre aisle seats in row K of the Stalls are available for transfer seating. If you wish to transfer, please inform the Box Office in advance so that we can assign you an appropriate space to store your wheelchair. Wheelchairs cannot be kept in the aisles of the auditorium.
The Jerwood Theatre Downstairs can accommodate wheelchairs up to a maximum of 73cm wide.
WHEELCHAIRS – JERWOOD THEATRE UPSTAIRS
There is always at least one wheelchair space in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs. The seating plan varies from show to show so please ask for advice when booking your ticket.
If you wish to transfer from a wheelchair into a seat in the auditorium, please inform the Box Office when booking tickets.
The size of wheelchair that the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs can accommodate varies depending on the production, so please check before booking.
The Royal Court owns a wheelchair, which can be arranged for any patrons who may require assistance to access parts of the building or to travel over slightly greater distances. To arrange this, please contact the Box Office.
In the unlikely event of a fire there are refuge points outside the auditorium on all levels. There are call points at all of these spaces from which the management will operate an emergency evacuation.
If you have special seating requirements, please contact the Box Office directly.