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Theatre Royal Haymarket Directions

Theatre Royal Haymarket Directions

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Haymarket Theatre Royal

Nearest Underground/Tube Station:
Piccadilly Circus

Nearest British Rail station:
Charing Cross

Access/ How to Get There
The Haymarket Theatre is located on Haymarket in the City of Westminster and as a result it is in close proximity to the other venues in the capital that make up Theatreland. Her Majesty’s Theatre is just south on the same street, whilst the Comedy Theatre, the Criterion Theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre and the Garrick Theatre are also within the area. As it is located in such a central London location and near to other famous venues, expect to find the usual amenities such as shops, cafes and restaurants nearby.

For those arriving at the Haymarket Theatre via the London Underground the nearest tube stops take the forms of the nearby Piccadilly Circus. However, Leicester Square is also within the area, though a little further away, and other tube stations like Charing Cross and Covent Garden are also relatively close. For those arriving by train, the nearest railway station takes the form of Charing Cross, which is around 8 minutes to the East of the theatre.

Various patrons will also be choosing to use the road and they will be able to utilise a number of bus services operating nearby, making it easily accessible, whilst Whitcomb Street’s Westminster City Council Car Park is also nearby. Alternatives include an NCP at Leicester Square and on Denham Place. It should be noted that parking in London can be tricky so using public transport is always better advised.

In terms of disabled access there are ways of accessing the venue without steps if the Box Office is informed in advance, with exit doors utilised on the left and right of the main entrance. Wheelchair users can witness the show in a space at X18, with transfer seating for those using wheelchairs or scooters also available in the auditorium (one scooter and four wheelchairs max per performance), whilst a disabled toilet can be found at the stalls entrance. The venue itself is accessed through a main entrance with steps and a handrail, with the box office found to the right when arriving.

For guests that require them, there is a Sennheiser infra-red system in place, plus twenty headsets, to assist in hearing, whilst guide dogs can be looked after in the manager’s office during the show for blind visitors.

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