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Access/ How to Get There
As the Palace Theatre is located on the corner of Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road (on the west side of Cambridge Circus), it is near various other venues and numerous amenities. Shaftesbury Avenue is also the home to theatres such as the Queen’s Theatre, the Gielgud Theatre and the Apollo Theatre, with other venues nearby as well such as the Prince Edward Theatre, the Phoenix Theatre, the Donmar Warehouse, St Martin’s Theatre, the Cambridge Theatre and the Arts Theatre.
For those travelling by train to the venue, the nearest railway station is Charing Cross and those then travelling by the London Underground system will find that the nearest tube station is Leicester Square. Other relatively close Underground stops include Covent Garden and Tottenham Court Road.
For those using the roads to get to the venue, there are a number of bus services operating in the area, with car parks including an NCP at Upper St Martin’s Lane and a council-run car park at China Town.
In terms of disabled access, there is a route to the auditorium through the exit doors on the side of the venue, with no steps this way (disabled toilet found here as well). Otherwise there is a small step to the theatre and a slope to the Stalls, where there is a space at W27 for wheelchair or scooter users (with space for a companion as well) or, alternatively, transfer seats on aisle seats in the Stalls (max four wheelchairs or one scooter per show as they are stored at the back of the Stalls).
For those hard-of-hearing guests there are twenty headsets available for the Andrews System in place, with an induction loop at the box office. Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium for blind guests, or a maximum of four dogs can be looked-after per performance.
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