Getting into the venueThere is level access from within the Inner Circle in Regent's Park into the Open Air Theatre and the venue is accessible for those with access requirements. Staff can arrange access to the venue from an exit gate that leads directly onto the Inner Circle road, if it's easier. In the foyer, the bar is accessible, along with row J of the auditorium. Accessible toilets are located near the picnic lawn and consist of two cubicles.
Customer AssistanceStaff at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre will be on hand to assist patrons as they move throughout the venue. If you require assistance, it is recommended that you arrive in plenty of time to ensure a smooth entry. The foyer, restaurant, bar, toilets and auditorium are accessible for wheelchair patrons.
How to BookPatrons with specific access requirements should contact email@example.com to buy access tickets. Try to book in advance and notify the box office team of any special assistance required. Regent's Park Open Air Theatre hold a number of BSL, Captioned, Audio Described, Low Stimulus and Relaxed performances throughout the season.
Access to seats in the Lower Right section is available by a set of shallow steps. There is no level access to any rows in this section.
Two sets of shallow steps on either side of the Lower Centre allow access to all rows in this section. For captioned performances, seats in the first few rows may be too close to the stage to see the captions, if you're looking to book seats for a captioned performance contact the box office prior to booking. For BSL performances, the interpreter will be located on the left-hand side of the stage.
All rows in the Lower Left section of the venue are accessed via a set of shallow steps. For BSL performances, the interpreter will be on the left-hand side of the stage, located in front of the Lower Right section, not in front of the Lower Left.
A number of wheelchair spaces and access seats are reserved in row J of the Upper Right section, which is on level access with the rest of the venue. The remaining rows of seats can only be accessed via a steep set of stairs.
Access seats are reserved in row J of the Upper Centre, this row is on level access with the rest of the venue and a number of wheelchairs can be accommodated. The remainder of the rows in the Upper Centre can only be accessed via steep steps. Seats in this section are a good choice for those booking captioned performances as they are far enough back to appreciate the action on the stage and to see the captions screen.
Access seats are located in row J of this section, alongside several spaces for wheelchair users. For those booking BSL performances, this section is the furthest away from where the interpreter will be positioned, which is in front of the Lower Right section of the venue.