OverviewSet in the beautiful Lowther Gardens in Lytham St Annes, the Lowther Pavilion Theatre has a proud history of serving the Fylde Coast and surrounding areas as a cultural hub of community entertainment ever since its first opening in 1921. The 450 seated / 900 Standing capacity venue provides a wide and diverse range of events from tea dances to international live music, drama to headline comedy and children’s shows to world class dance, ballet and Musical theatre.
- Creadble provider: NO
- Creadble access: NO
- Creadble employer: NO
Access Card NotesAccess Card Holders get a free carer seat for performances within our theatre if required on presentation of the Access Card "+1" symbol.
Standing and Queueing
We are all flat floor no step access within our building and are happy to give seating to those who cannot stand for long periods of time.
We are step-free access to the entire building and all stalls seating area which includes our accessible seating area.
We are only 100m distance total in the lenght of the building. We have a wheelchair on site for customers who need to use this and also step free access to the whole building.
Access To Toilets
There is a disabled cubicle located in the Toilets at front of house which all disabled patrons are welcome to use. We also have step free ramped access to the outdoor public toilets with the use of our RADAR key on site.
Assistance dogs are welcome with production of the Access card. There is the Lowther Gardens directly outside the theatre for dogs tolieting needs (pending clean up afterwards) We can offer a water bowl for them if required.
Carers will get free entry with production of an access card to any of our performances aslong as a full paying customer is the main point of contact.
Accessing Visual Information
Our volunteer staff are able to read out any signs or give directions throughout our building.
Accessing Audible Information
We have an infra red hearing loop system which can be given out FOC to all customers requiring this from the Box Office. It can be used in conjunction with all hearing aids set to "t".