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Welcome to MAST Mayflower Studios and Mayflower Theatre.

Our venues are for everyone and we want to make your visit as enjoyable and straightforward as possible.

Please find information here on all aspects of your visit. Do get in touch if you have any further enquiries. We hope to see you soon.

Please note there is an increased number of roadworks currently taking place in the proximity of Mayflower Theatre and MAST Mayflower Studios. We strongly advise anyone visiting us to allow enough time to get to our venues.


More information can be found here.

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Our venues

Find out more about Mayflower’s venues and their individual stories

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Getting here

Maps, directions and helpful information about getting to our venues

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Everything you need to know about how we can support your access needs

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Booking information

Need any help with your booking, look no further…

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First time visitors

We’re here to help if it’s your first visit to a Mayflower venue or you just need a refresh on how we do things

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Contact us

Find out how to get in touch with us

Your safety and security

We are continuously liaising with the appropriate authorities to ensure your visit is as safe as possible, with enhanced security measures currently in place. If you’re coming to see a show, please allow extra time to get into the building.

On arrival to the building, our front of house teams may ask to search your bags. Anyone who declines the search may not be admitted to the building. We strongly request that you do not bring any large bags to the theatre. Any bags larger than 40cm x 30cm x 15cm will be subject to searches and will not be permitted in the auditorium.

Please ensure you have your ticket with you at all times, especially when leaving and re-entering the building.

Please be assured that our CCTV coverage is monitored at all times whilst the building is occupied.

Our staff are trained to remain vigilant and will continue to deliver the best possible customer service by speaking to visitors and challenging those displaying unusual behaviour.

As an audience member you can help by remaining alert. If you see anything that causes concern, or you’re suspicious about someone’s behaviour, please alert a member of staff. We will then have the option to call the Police on 999 or the Anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321.

There’s no excuse for abuse

We take the safety and wellbeing of our staff seriously. We want everyone to enjoy their theatre experience, so we encourage our audience members to behave selflessly. Our friendly and dedicated team members are here to help you enjoy your visit and may ask you to be mindful of others – this is for your enjoyment and theirs. See the show, don’t be the show – there’s no excuse for abuse.

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Two Audience Behaviour posters side by side. The first one shows a MAST staff member wearing a yellow polo smiling with the tagline 'There's No Excuse For Abuse'. The second shows a female Mayflower Theatre staff member wearing a black shirt with the tagline 'I hope you'll see me and understand if I ask you not to sing along, it's because others want to hear the professionals, so please respect that'.