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|Tube Station:||Leicester Square (125m) Charing Cross/Embankment (275m)|
|Parking:||ENO patrons receive a 50% discount at the following Masterpark car parks: Cavendish Square, Chinatown (Newport Place), Marble Arch and Park Lane, Poland Street, Rochester Row, Spring Gardens and Whitcomb Street. To qualify please ask the Box Office to validate your car park ticket and present.|
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Guide dogs allowed into auditorium, alternatively staff are happy to dog-sit in the manager's office.
Radio-wave system in the auditorium and induction loop at Box Office and all bars.
10 spaces for wheelchair/scooter users in total: 2 at back of Dress Circle, 4 in Stall boxes and 4 at back of Stalls (companions can sit beside the wheelchairs users). 10 wheelchair/scooter transfer spaces: 4 in Dress Circle and 6 in Balcony. Theatre also provides 2 wheelchairs for loan.
Adapted toilets at Basement, Stalls, Dress Circle (no steps from lift) and Balcony levels.
Slight ramp through left-hand doorway of main entrance on St Martin's Lane opening outwards into foyer. Information desk straight ahead and low countered box office to the right. Main lift, with voice announcements and Braille signage, to right of information desk serving all levels (suitable for scooters). Another lift serves Dress Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony. Otherwise 29 steps up from foyer to Dress Circle, 47 up to Upper Circle and a further 45 up to Balcony. 2 steps between rows in the Balcony, Dress and Upper Circle; 1 step between rows in Stalls. Venue is carpeted throughout and all steps are highlighted with handrails on either side.
|Owner:||English National Opera|
The Coliseum Theatre (also known as the London Coliseum) is on St. Martin's Lane, in the City of Westminster. It is one of London's largest and best equipped theatres and opened in 1904, designed by theatrical architect Frank Matcham (designer of the London Palladium), for impresario Oswald Stoll. Their ambition was to build the largest and finest 'People's palace of entertainment' of its age.