Theatre Royal Windsor
OverviewThis beautiful theatre nestles in the shadow of Windsor Castle and is the only unsubsidised producing theatre to operate all year round in Britain. Our repertoire is wide, ranging from the classics and traditional pantomime to first productions of new work some of which subsequently transfer to the West End. The Theatre Royal has gained a reputation for the quality of its productions and is currently one of Britain's leading theatres. Its success continues as it launches a variety of new schemes for both businesses and regular theatregoers.
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Access Card NotesAccess Card Holders with +1 Symbol are entitled to a free companion ticket.
The Front Stalls and Stalls Bar are both accessible via the back of the building for Wheelchair users and those who require step free access. There are several wheelchair positions on this level of the auditorium where a seat can be removed to accommodate a wheelchair, or left in so customers can transfer from a wheelchair. The Stalls Bar is fully accessible from the front stalls. From the bar, there are 3-4 steps up to the Coffee Shop. The Royal Stalls has 1 wheelchair position available in seats Q22 and Q23. The back two rows of this section are completely step free from the main entrance of the theatre. From Row P to Row H, there is one step per row.
Our accessible entrance for the Front Stalls area is to the rear of the theatre, between us and The Real Greek. There will be a sign for ‘Theatre Royal Windsor, Stage Door’. Make your way to the end of the passageway, there is a grey button next to the door; push this button and someone from our Front of House team will let you in. For the current parking fees and blue badge restrictions in council car parks, please see: https://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/info/200357/council_car_parks/914/windsor_area_car_parks
Access To Toilets
Disabled toilets are available on the Front Stalls and Royal Stalls levels. An usher will be nearby to direct you.
Please contact the box office if you are bringing an Assistance Dog with you. You will need seats at the end of a row. A Sales Advisor will let you know where the best place for you to be seated will be.
Essential Companions Availiable for Access Card holders with the +1 Symbol after filling out a booking form.
Accessing Visual Information
If you require an audio described performance please enquire at the Box Office for more information.
Accessing Audible Information
If you have a hearing-aid switch it to ‘T’ to connect to our hearing loop. If you require the Hearing Necklace or Headset to connect to our Sennheiser hearing system, they are available at the Theatre Shop in the Foyer for a £5 returnable deposit. The best signal in the auditorium can be received in the Royal Stalls and Circle areas.