Access Facilities

ACCESS & FACILITIES

 

Torch Theatre Company Christmas Show

 

PINOCCHIO

 

 Thursday 20 December 2018  6:00pm will be a BSL (British Sign Language) performance

 

 

 For further details please ask a member of Box Office.


BROWSE OUR ACCESS PERFORMANCES...

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom  SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

21 Jun - 26 Jul

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating 12
Ocean's 8 (12A) SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

25 Jun - 05 Jul

Ocean's 8 SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating 12
On Chesil Beach (15) SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

26 Jun 2018

On Chesil Beach SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating 15
That Good Night (12A) SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

28 Jun 2018

That Good Night SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating 12
Love, Simon (12A) SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

03 Jul 2018

Love, Simon SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating 12
Book Club (12A) SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

10 Jul 2018

Book Club SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating 12
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (SUBTITLED) at Torch Theatre

02 Aug 2018

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (SUBTITLED)

Show Dogs (PG) SUBTITLED at Torch Theatre

07 Aug 2018

Show Dogs SUBTITLED

BBFC Rating PG

TORCH ACCESS LIST

Joining the Torch Theatre Access List will allow you to receive information about upcoming access performances and will help us to tailor your visit. The Torch Theatre will hold your details on its database in order to facilitate future bookings and help us meet your access needs but they will not be shared or used for any other purposes.

 

If you would like to join our access list please fill in the application form and send it back to liam@torchtheatre.co.uk 

 

We are proud to be a Dementia and Autism Friendly organisation.

DOWLOAD FORM

Family & Children

 

There are baby-changing facilities available which are located near Café Torch and the Joanna Field Gallery.  Highchairs are also available in Café Torch.

 

 

Wheelchair Access and Low Mobility?

 

There is a lift to all floors, including the Theatre Bar, Café Torch and the Joanna Field Gallery. There are wheelchair accessible toilets on each floor. Wheelchair spaces are available in both performance spaces. We can store wheelchairs and have one available for loan for patrons transferring to seats. If you have low mobility, we suggest you book rows P, L, M and N (auditorium left) for easier access to the Main House and lift, and rows C, D and E (auditorium left) in the Studio. Please inform the Box Office of your requirements when booking your tickets.

 

Visually Impaired

 

Guide dogs for visually impaired people are welcome in the theatre. We can offer seats on the end of the row to make your visit easier. Please inform Box Office when booking your ticket and ask for information on any special effects that might affect the comfort of your dog during the production.

 

Some performances and screenings in our season are Audio Described for those that may not be able to see everything that is happening on the stage.

 

Audio description is a live commentary, by trained describers, interspersed with the actor’s dialogue. The description starts 15 minutes before a performance or screenings with details of the set, scenery, characters for live theatre and any other relevant details for film.

 

Description is relayed via a discreet headset linked to the infra-red audio system. Headsets can be collected from Box Office.

 

Deaf and Hard of Hearing?

 

Hearing dogs are welcome in the theatre. We can offer seats on the end of the row to make your visit easier. Please inform Box Office when booking your ticket and ask for information on any special effects that might affect the comfort of your dog during the production.

 

The Box Office is fitted with a DDA compliant portable induction loop system.  Both theatre spaces are equipped with an infra-red hearing system to be used with headsets, available from the Box Office.

We also programme regular subtitled screenings.

 

 

Disabled car parking

 

Disabled badge holders may park in the designated bays in front of the Theatre. Alternative parking is situated in the Lower Charles Street car park less than 50 metres from the Theatre and Robert Street, less than 200 metres from the Theatre.

 

HYNT & CEA SCHEME

The Torch Theatre participates in two schemes where customers who are registered disabled can apply for a card which entitles them to bring a carer free of charge.

 

The CEA or Cinema Exhibitors Association card can be used in the Torch Cinema only.

 

The HYNT CARD is for Theatre performances in Wales, we also accept the Hynt Card for our cinema screenings too.

 

To apply for your Hynt Card, please visit: http://www.hynt.co.uk/en/

 

 

 

 

  

The CEA Card is a national concessionary card developed by the Cinema Exhibitors Association for UK cinemas in order to allow people with disabilities to obtain one.

 

Please visit: www.ceacard.co.uk

If you require any further information on access please email boxoffice@torchtheatre.co.uk or call 01646 695267.