Charing Cross Road
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Access/ How to Get There
The venue is located on Charing Cross Road, though its entrance can be found on Phoenix Street. Its location in the centre of London, however, brings it within close proximity of an array of other theatres and attractions. The Dominion Theatre is located on the cross roads at the top of Charing Cross Road, where it meets New Oxford Street, and other venues nearby include the Prince Edward Theatre, the Ambassadors Theatre and the Palace Theatre. Meanwhile, the usual amenities can also be found in the local area.
For those arriving by London Underground, the nearest tube station takes the form of Tottenham Court Road, found on the same cross-roads on which the Dominion Theatre is found. Leicester Square Station is also found at the bottom of Charing Cross Road. Meanwhile, the nearest railway station for train users takes the form of Charing Cross.
For those arriving by road, there are a number of bus services operating in the area, bringing guests to the theatre easily. Meanwhile, for car users, there is an NCP found at Great Russell Street, in addition to a council-run car park located in China Town. The venue also participates in the Theatreland Parking Scheme, with information found on the Westminster City Council website.
In terms of disabled access, the Phoenix Theatre can be accessed via a side-entrance on Flitcroft Street, with members of staff on hand to open this entrance. There is then a space for a wheelchair user in Box C, along with a companion, though these are more suited for smaller wheelchairs. Transfer seats are also available in the Dress Circle, with one scooter-user allowed to transfer here as well (though the theatre is not suited for scooters). Disabled toilets are found to the rear of the Dress Circle’s Box C.
For those that are hard-of-hearing, the is an Ezee portable induction loop available at the box office and an infra-red system operating inside the auditorium. Guide dogs are allowed inside the theatre but not the auditorium, with staff available to look after them in the staff room.
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