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Facilities for customers who are blind or have visual impairments
Seats for Customers who are Blind or Visually Impaired
Two pairs of seats are held at the front of the Stalls (A7 & 8, B24 & 25) until the day of the performance for a blind person who has a registered assistance dog and a companion, if required. You can also buy these seats if you are partially sighted and need to be near the Stage.
If you have limited mobility, it is possible to enter through a door at the front of the Stalls, by pre-arrangement with the Box Office or Front-of-House. Raked (stepped) seating begins at Row K.
If you need somebody to be present to assist you, you can join our Assisted Access Scheme and be entitled to a discounted essential companion's seat.
Large print and Audio Events Diaries
As well as the usual printed Events Diary, we periodically publish a Large Print version, and an Audio version on CD or MP3. Please contact us to request free copies.
The Audio Events Diary is produced by Southampton Hospital Broadcasting Association.
Audio Described Performances
We aim to provide an audio described performance for the visually impaired at all productions which run for two weeks or more. This is a live commentary on what is happening on stage relayed to headphone-style receivers through our infra-red system.
If you would like to take advantage of this service please ask to reserve a receiver at the time of booking, as we have a limited number available. Seats in the front row are set aside for people with assistance dogs.