For young people with autism and their families
Flute Theatre are returning to the Bridge for three weeks with their production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Up to 15 people on the autism spectrum become the participants for each performance. The actors invite the participants to help them unravel Shakespeare’s story through sensory games where the children and actors play together.More →
Supporting your visit to The Bridge Theatre
Arriving at The Bridge Theatre
The theatre is located a 10 minute walk from London Bridge tube station which is an accessible station. For more information on accessibility on the underground please use the following link: https://tfl.gov.uk/forms/12387.aspx
Nearest parking is here and drop offs can be made on Potters Fields where there is level access to the entrance of the theatre. A map of the local area with disabled bays can be found on the Southwark Council Website. For all parking requirements, including coaches please use this link.
Lift access and steps
There is street level access into the foyer from the front entrance.
There are approximately 12 steps down from the foyer to the Stalls and Gallery 1. Access to Gallery 2 is street level, with between 5-7 steps to access each row. There are a further 12 steps up to Gallery 3 from the foyer, and then between 3-5 steps to access each row.
There is one platform lift to access the Stalls and Gallery 2. Please note Gallery 3 does not have lift access.
You can borrow a wheelchair from us to use during your visit. To arrange for a wheelchair to be available, please email us at email@example.com.
There are 3 unisex disabled toilets, with one located on the same level as both the Stalls, and on Gallery 2 (street level).
Hearing aids can be collected from the cloakroom before the show.
Access List Terms and Conditions
The Access List allows customers with access requirements and their companions to purchase ticket(s) at the disabled concessionary rate (subject to availability). It also aims to assist our access customers in booking tickets and helps us to understand their specific needs.
The Access List is open to anyone who is restricted in their ability to access the services provided at The Bridge Theatre. Proof of eligibility is required to join and customers who intentionally give false information will be removed from the Access List. We may review, amend or withdraw the Access List scheme at any time.
By joining the Access List, you agree that any ticket(s) made available at the concessionary rate will only be used by a disabled person (as defined by the Equality Act 2010) and his/her companion. We reserve the right to check proof of eligibility at the theatre and, in the event that valid proof of eligibility is not provided, refuse any such ticketholders admission or ask such ticketholders to leave. We reserve the right to require you to re-apply for the Access List after review and to withdraw membership of the Access List if your eligibility changes, or if we reasonably suspect that you or your companion(s) are abusing the Access List.
If you wish to book a ticket on behalf of someone who has an access requirement, then you may join the Access List yourself and give details of the requirements for your guest or dependant. If you wish to book on behalf of a group of guests or dependants that have access requirements, please call 0333 320 0051
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