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Adventure Theatre - seats 30
Annexe - seats 30
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London SW19 1SB
South Wimbledon (Northern Line)
A detailed Access Guide is available from the theatre's access page on its website. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at the theatre.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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Both auditoria are wheelchair accessible. The Main Theatre can cater for up to 6 wheelchairs in the front row, to the right of the stage. The Adventure Theatre can cater for up to 2 wheelchairs. Power-assisted doors are also fitted in the theatre. An adapted toilet is located at the rear of the building. Polka Theatre has step-free access from street level through its main entrance at the front of the building. Once in, there is step-free access to most parts of the building.
Touch tours of the stage, the set and the actors for groups of visually-impaired visitors are available on request; publicity in large print can be made available; guide dogs are also welcome at the theatre. Audio Described performance for main house productions. A trained describer will deliver commentary on the visual element of the production to those wearing headsets. There is a scheduled touch tour of the stage, the set and the actors before the AD performance. For each show we have a synopsis sound clip to help with preparation when coming to the Theatre. Publicity in large print can be made available. Please check the calendar, or contact the Box Office for dates. An Audio Described Building Access Guide is available. Check the access section of the theatre's website.
Fully Integrated Sign Language performances for all of main house productions. The interpreter is rehearsed into the action onstage so that the story is easier to follow. There is a synopsis with pictures from the production and a BSL Film clip to help when preparing to see the show. Check the calendar, or contact the Box Office for dates. Main Theatre is fitted with an induction loop system for hearing aid users.
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The paper dolls
When a little girl makes a string of paper dolls, she takes them by the hand on a fantastical adventure. A lyrical tale from the award-winning author of The Gruffalo.
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