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Guide dogs are not allowed inside the auditorium. Staff are happy to dog-sit and can look after a maximum of 3 guide dogs per performance. They will be looked after in the stage door area or in the manager’s office.
Infra-red system with 8 headsets. Please ask an usher for a headset. Induction loop at the Box Office.
An usher will take you through the gates to the left of the building to an alternative entrance which leads to the Dress Circle. 1 step down to 2 spaces for wheelchair users at E13-15. You will be positioned at a slight angle and the view of the top of the stage is restricted by approx. 15%. Transfer seating available to aisle seats for wheelchairs and scooters (4 transferees max). Wheelchairs stored next to Dress Circle bar.
Adapted toilets planned - please check with the Box Office.
2 steps up through double doors opening outwards into the Box Office. Box Office counter to the left. No steps through the foyer bar into the Dress Circle (1 step between rows). 29 steps down to the Stalls which has a fairly steep rake. 25 steps up then 8 down to the Upper Circle. Staircases have handrails on both sides.
The Garrick Theatre is a West End theatre, located on Charing Cross Road, in the City of Westminster. It opened on April 24, 1889 with The Profligate, a play by Arthur Wing Pinero. In its early years, it appears to have specialised in the performance of melodrama, and today the theatre is a receiving house for a variety of productions. The theatre is named for David Garrick, considered the most influential Shakespearean actor.