Theatre Royal Plymouth

22 April 2019 – 27 April 2019


Royal Parade,


01752 267222


Tickets on sale to Friends from Friday 21st September 2018, to Priority Members from Wednesday 26th September 2018, to Schools & Groups from Thursday 27th September 2018, and to the General Public from Friday 28th September 2018. Tickets can be booked from 10am for online and phone, and from 10.30am for in person.

There will be a touch tour and an audio described performance Saturday 27th April at 2.30pm.


The Theatre is located at the West End of Royal Parade in the city centre and contains our three auditoria; The Lyric, The Drum and The Lab. The Theatre is approximately 15 minutes walk from the train station and 10 minutes walk from the bus station – although most local buses stop on Royal Parade.

Plymouth CityBus: 08450 772 223 
First Western National: 0870 608 2608


Access Brochure – The theatre produces a large print and audio brochure which is available to collect from Box Office or can be requested via [email protected]

Bookings – Accessible tickets can be purchased over the phone or at the Box Office, which is located inside the Theatre Royal Plymouth. For specific access seating map please visit the theatre's access page here. Concessionary tickets are available for some performances; if you feel that you are eligible for a concession please ask when booking.

For patrons who are unable to attend performances unless accompanied; upon purchase of a ticket, an additional enabler seat is available for most shows, free of charge and subject to availability. These tickets need to be requested at the time of booking as they cannot be added retrospectively.

Wheelchair Spaces – Spaces for wheelchair patrons and an enabler are located in The Lyric, The Drum and The Lab. Seats are exclusively available up until two weeks prior to the performance, for patrons who require them. To get the best seating position which will meet your needs please share as much information as possible about your seating requirements with the sales advisor at the time of booking.

Wheelchair to seat transfers and walking aids – There are a number of locations which are accessible to patrons wishing to transfer from their own wheelchair or walking aid into a seat. Please ensure that you inform the sales advisor when booking. For patrons who have booked online and wish to make a wheelchair to seat transfer, please ensure that you inform the theatre about your requirements prior to your visit, this is to enable the theatre to prepare for your needs in advance. On arrival, a member of staff will be able to advise where is best for you to keep your wheelchair or walking aid during the performance. Due to our Health and Safety regulations we are unable to keep any wheelchairs or walking aids in the auditorium during the performances. Please note that items left in the foyer areas are left at the patron’s own risk.

Other accessible seating – Appropriate seats for the use of hearing enhancers; captioned, audio described and signed performances are also held and are exclusively available for patrons wishing to enjoy these performances, up until two weeks prior to the performance. Some of the theatre's access spaces are also good for patrons who might find it difficult sitting in the busy rows of the auditorium. Please ask at the time of your booking for more information.

Assistance Dogs – Assistance dogs are welcome in all our performance spaces or can be looked after by the theatre management. On booking your tickets please inform staff and they can advise on the best seats to accommodate you and make arrangements for the care of your dog if required.

Familiarisation Tours – If you would like to explore the theatre's facilities before your visit please contact the Front of House Team on [email protected] or call 01752 668282 and we can show you around, help you to see which seating is best suited for your needs and explain our services in more detail.