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Accessibility

This page explains all of the facilities available at the Bridge Theatre to help you plan your visit.
We welcome comments and suggestions about the accessibility of the Bridge Theatre.

Upcoming Access Performances

For Guys & Dolls
Audio-described – Saturday 23 November at 2.30pm
Captioned – Wednesday 20 November at 7.30pm

For Richard II
Audio-Described – Saturday 12 April at 2.30pm
Captioned – Friday 2 May at 7.30pm

Supporting your visit to the Bridge Theatre

The theatre is located a 10 minute walk from London Bridge tube station which is an accessible station. TFL have more information on accessibility on the underground.

Nearest parking is Q-Park Tower Bridge (a secure car park located outside the Congestion Zone, a short walk from the Shard, London Bridge and Tower Bridge).

Drop offs can be made on Potters Fields (next to the LaLit hotel), this is a 1 minute level access walk to the entrance of the theatre. A map of the local area with Blue Badge Accessible Parking can be found on the Southwark Council Website.

A visual guide to Guys & Dolls

If you or someone you know would benefit from a visual guide before attending Guys & Dolls you can download our PDF.

For more information ahead of your visit please email access@bridgetheatre.co.uk

Access List

To book disabled concessionary rate tickets for performances at the Bridge Theatre you need to sign up to our Access List.

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Facilities for d/Deaf & hard of hearing people

We offer facilities for d/Deaf and hard of hearing people as well as, where possible, captioned performances.

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Facilities for visually impaired people

We provide facilities for visually impaired people as well as, where possible, audio-described performances.

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Physical Access

Find information about wheelchair accessible spaces, lift access, and seat dimensions.

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Dementia Friends

The Bridge Theatre is an accredited Dementia Friendly Venue.

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Website Accessibility

This website has been developed to conform to the W3C accessibility guidelines for level AA compliance.

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