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We are located on Regent Street in the centre of Cheltenham, behind Cavendish House department store. Our building is connected to the Regents Arcade Shopping Centre. Large car park adjoining. Only 3 miles from M5, directly accessible from A40 (M40) and A419 (M4). Cheltenham Spa train station is only 5 minutes away by taxi.
Regent Arcade Car Park
Direct access into the Everyman - open until 12.30am
Arrive after 5.30pm: £2.50 evening charge
Arrive before 5.30pm: hourly charge applies throughout your stay
Please Note: there is no wheelchair access from the Regent Arcade car park when the Regent Arcade shopping centre is closed.
Please be aware that the Regent Arcade car park is also used by shoppers and often reaches capacity on a Saturday during the day, and with less car parks currently in use in town due to development works, we advise that you allow plenty of time to park if driving into Cheltenham for a Saturday matinee.
Parking for people with disabilities
is available in Regent Street
The Everyman Theatre offers a range of Access Facilities. Do you know someone who feels that they can’t get the most out of a visit to the theatre? The Everyman Theatre offer performances designed to enable them to enjoy their productions.
Register your interest to join the theatre's Access List, or to find out any more about upcoming Access Performances, by contacting Sally-Ann Rhodes on 01242 695574 or email [email protected]
Parking for disabled people is available in Regent Street
Level access and automatic doors into building from Regent Street
7 wheelchair spaces in Stalls (ramped access), 1 wheelchair space in The Studio Theatre
1 free ticket for the assistant of a disabled person who is not able to attend events unaccompanied
Accessible toilets for disabled people on Upper Circle and Stalls levels
Accessible lift for wheelchair users to all floors
Guide/assistance dogs welcome
Audio described performances available. Large print brochures available on request
Sign interpreted performances available
The theatre provides a sound enhancement system. Using a headset (with or without a hearing aid) you can boost the volume of the performance. Ask the theatre's ushers for your headset.