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|Parking:||Underground parking nearby at a cost of £2.80* after 17:00 and £3.90* if attending a daytime ticketed event.(Only valid 10:00 - 18:00. The car park ticket must be stamped at the Lyttleton information desk, and presented on leaving the car park.) * prices are subject to review|
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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.
No steps to the back of the Stalls through entrances on either side of the Long bar. 4 spaces for wheelchair users in row V. The auditorium is not suitable for scooters. Transfer seating available to aisle seats. Wheelchairs stored at back of auditorium.
Adapted WC next to right-hand Stalls entrance.
Arriving at the National Main entrance (for Olivier and Lyttelton Theatres) reached from Upper Ground via Theatre Avenue to Theatre Square and a drop-off point approx. 40m from main entrance. Use Cottesloe Avenue (on the East side, next to the IBM Building) for access to Cottesloe.
The Lyttelton - named after Oliver Lyttelton, Viscount
Chandos, whose parents were among the earliest effective campaigners for the
National Theatre and who was himself its first chairman - is a proscenium
theatre, conventional in its basic shape though not in the excellence of its
sightlines and acoustics.