The audio version of our Spring/ Summer 2016 what’s on guide is now available. Download the tracks below to hear all about what is coming up at Nottingham Playhouse.
Track 1: Welcome and Tracklisting
Track 2: Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company Productions
Track 3: Visiting Drama
Track 4: Dance
Track 5: Family Friendly Theatre
Track 6: Comedy
Track 7: An Evening With…
Track 8: How To Book and Access Information
Upcoming Accessible Performances
All performances will include audio descriptions, captioning and BSL interpretation.
Audio Described: Friday 9 Dec, 5:30pm; Saturday 10 Dec, 1pm; Mon 12 Dec, 7:30pm; Wed 14 Dec, 7:30pm; Wed 11 Jan, 2:30pm; Thu 12 Jan, 7:30pm
Captioned: Monday 12 Dec, 2:30pm & Tuesday 13 December, 7:30pm
BSL interpreted: Monday 5 Dec, 2:30pm; Tuesday 6 Dec, 7:30pm; Thursday 8 Dec, 7:30pm
Booking Accessible Performances
To book any of our assisted performances simply click on the performance date you wish to attend or call our Box Office on 0115 941 9419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Nottingham Playhouse Main Stage productions we have a number of seats available with the considered best view for accessible performances that are not available when booking online. If you would like to discuss these options and the discounts available on these seats, please call or email the Box Office.
Publications are available in alternative formats on request
Publications are available in alternative formats on request. The latest audio guide for this season will be available on request. Large print show programmes are available at Box office for Nottingham Playhouse Company productions.
For more information or to book any of our accessibility services please call our friendly Box Office team on 0115 941 9419 or email our access champion Rebecca on email@example.com
Nottingham Playhouse will be taking part in Disabled Access Day. Join us for our open morning, where there will be activities accessible for all. Drop in from 10 – 1pm to get an insight into how our productions are made, get up close to our props, costumes and models, meet us, ask any questions and find out about our accessible services.
Everything you see on stage in a production has usually been made here at the Playhouse. Find out how by taking a tour backstage.
Sign Interpreted Backstage Tour: 10am – Book Online
Wheelchair Friendly Backstage Tour: 10:15am
Limited places available. Book by calling Box Office on 0115 041 9419, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
(Booking for Wheelchair Friendly Backstage Tour via phone only, so we know your access requirements).
RAMPS ON THE MOON TALK
11am- 11:30 am
Find out more about Ramps on the Moon, a ground-breaking touring project which signals a change in the UK’s disability arts provision. Bringing together six major theatres, alongside champions of accessibility; Graeae, it will change the way theatre made by and for Deaf and disabled people is seen. We are putting Deaf and disabled artists and audiences at the centre of our work; to accelerate positive change and stimulate awareness of disability issues within arts and culture.
The talk will be presented by Sharon Osbourne, Ramps on the Moon Project Administrator, signed in BSL and there will be a voice over, provided by interpreter Ali Green.