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Garrick Theatre (Branagh Theatre)

Garrick Theatre (Branagh Theatre)
2 Charing Cross Road

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Garrick Theatre (Branagh Theatre) Directions

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Garrick Theatre
Charing Cross Road,

Nearest Underground/Tube Station:
Leicester Square or Charing Cross

Nearest British Rail station:
Charing Cross

Access/ How to Get There
As the Garrick Theatre is located on Charing Cross Road, it is well placed to bring audiences close to a wealth of amenities and attractions, plus a great deal of transport hubs. It is near to other West End theatres such as the Comedy Theatre, the Coliseum, the Duke of York’s Theatre, the Wyndham’s Theatre and the Noel Coward Theatre, amongst others, and is also near to well known areas such as the Strand, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square.

For those arriving by the London Underground, the nearest tube stations include Charing Cross and Leicester Square, which are around equal-distance from the venue. Embankment is also within close proximity, whilst Covent Garden is also within relative close proximity. For those arriving by train, the nearest railway station is Charing Cross.

For those arriving by road, there is a wealth of bus services operating in the area, allowing audiences to easily access the Garrick Theatre by public transport. For car users, there is an NCP car park at Upper St. Martin’s Lane. Meanwhile, Westminster City Council Car Parks are also located at Whitcomb Street and Trafalgar Square.

In terms of disabled access, the Garrick Theatre features disabled toilets within the foyer area. Meanwhile, the foyer is also served by a ramp and has level access to the dress circle part of the auditorium. During the show there are two spaces for wheelchairs (E13-15) and there are also four transfer seats available.

For those that are hard-of-hearing there is a Sennheiser infra-red system in place, with eight headsets available for use. Visitors should ask an usher for a headset should one be required. Meanwhile, for visually impaired visitors, guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium, whilst staff members can dog-sit should the visitor contact the venue in advance (a maximum of two dogs can be dog-sat at a time).