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Assistance dogs are allowed in the auditoria. Alternatively, Front Of House staff are happy to dog-sit. Please call in advance on 020 7452 3281.
Infra-red audio system with headsets or neck loops. Headsets are essential and should be collected from the relevant theatre's information desks before the show. A small refundable deposit is required. Induction loops at all bars, buffets, bookstalls, box offices, cloakrooms.
Lift to the Olivier Stalls. 3 spaces for wheelchair users in row R. A companion can sit next to the lefthand space in row R, or P, the row in front. The auditorium is not suitable for scooters. Transfer seating is available to aisle seats - wheelchairs stored at back of auditorium. Please enquire about transfer seats when calling.
Adapted WC on the left side of the Stalls corridor.
Lifts up to the Olivier Theatre (to both Stalls and Circle levels) or staircases (49 steps up to Stalls from ground floor, further 44 up to Circle). Olivier Box Office in Stalls foyer. No steps to the back of the Stalls, 10 steps up to raised sections on either side of the Stalls. Centre Stalls has 25 shallow steps down to the front. Side aisles have handrails. Lift to back row of Circle and 18 steps down to the front. Power assisted doors and ramps to terraces from the Stalls foyer.
The Olivier - named after Laurence Olivier, the first director of the
National Theatre (during its years at the Old Vic), and the outstanding British
actor of the century - is the largest of the three theatres at the National.
The National Theatre of Great Britain on the South Bank in the London Borough
of Lambeth, England is immediately east of the southern end of Waterloo Bridge.
The National Theatre's building was designed by architect Sir Denys Lasdun and
its theatres opened individually between 1976 and 1977. In the years from 1963,
before the company's permanent home on the South Bank was completed, the
National Theatre Company was based at the Old Vic theatre in Waterloo.
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