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London SE10 8ES
Cutty Sark (DLR)
Greenwich Town Centre
Greenwich High Road
Bolility buses: 851, 852, 853, 856
Thea theatre aims to share the experience of live theatre with as many people as possible, and takes the issue of accessibility very seriously.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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There is level access through one set of front doors into the foyer. The bar and cafe are accessed by platform lift and there is an accessible toilet on the ground floor. There is lift access to the rear of the auditorium where spaces are available for a maximum of two wheelchair users. Wheelchairs can be stored for those transferring to seats. Please inform the Box Office of your requirements when booking.
Guide dogs are welcome in the auditorium. Inform the Box Office when booking your tickets and you'll be allocated with an aisle seat so your dog can be next to you. Alternatively, your dog can stay with front-of-house staff during the performance and will be brought to you at the interval and end of the show.
Occasional captioned performances. Sennheiser systems are available from the cloakroom staff. Advise the Box Office staff how many headsets you require when booking.
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Victorious from a bloody battle the triumphant Macbeth is greeted by the three weird sisters. Inspired and driven by their incredible prophecies he sets out on the path to conquer all. A story of ambition, leadership and belief.
Previews from: Wednesday 26 February 2020
Closes: Saturday 7 March 2020
The White Plague
When a mysterious and fiercely contagious virus starts spreading among a major city's population, causing all infected victims to lose their sight, the government takes emergency action and isolates those affected in unprepared quarantine facilities.
Previews from: Wednesday 11 March 2020
Closes: Sunday 15 March 2020
The Incident Room
It's 1975. In Leeds, the Millgarth Incident Room is the epicentre of the biggest manhunt in British police history. Follow Sergeant Megan Winterburn as she joins hundreds of officers working around the clock to find the man.
Previews from: Tuesday 17 March 2020
Closes: Saturday 21 March 2020
Intelligent and ambitious Hedda is trapped and suffocating in a loveless marriage. Her determination and search for survival leads to one of the most dramatic climaxes in stage history.
Previews from: Wednesday 25 March 2020
Closes: Saturday 4 April 2020
The Prodigal Son & Poison, Passions & Petrifaction
Takes place at sunrise where a Mother laments the absence of her prodigal son, an outcast after leaving his home to pursue the world's pleasures and realising there is 'no place like home'.
Previews from: Thursday 23 April 2020
Closes: Sunday 26 April 2020
One ordinary evening turns into one extraordinary adventure. J M Barrie's Peter Pan the boy who wouldn't grow up flies into Greenwich Theatre in this all-new ensemble production.
Previews from: Wednesday 24 June 2020
Closes: Saturday 11 July 2020