We provide full wheelchair access in all areas of our theatre whether you are here to enjoy a performance, work or participate in a workshop or class.A push-button door is situated at the main entrance to allow access for wheelchair users. A ramp will bring you up to box office level and there is a lift for bringing patrons to the upper bar where the auditorium doors are situated. Both the upper bar and restaurant have toilets for disabled patrons.
Please notify Box Office when booking your seats if a member of your party is a wheelchair user.
Audio Described Performances allow people who are blind or partially sighted to access performances at Dundee Rep Theatre. We have a trained team who describe the action on stage to people in the audience with impaired vision. The description begins in the auditorium ten minutes before curtain-up with scene setting and programme notes.
BSL Interpreted Performances allow people who are deaf or whom British Sign Language is their first preferred language access to performances at Dundee Rep Theatre. Box office staff can advise on the best seats to view the interpreter.
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Captioning is similar to television subtitling and gives deaf, deafened or hard of hearing people access to performances.
Relaxed performances are adapted for audience members who want a more relaxed environment. This could include people on the autistic spectrum or people with dementia. Loud noises and strobe lighting are omitted, house lights are not fully dimmed and people are free to move about.
Dundee Rep Theatre offers two different types of Infra-Red systems:1. A headset for anyone who would like the sound on stage amplified. The headsets are also used for the Audio Describer service.2. A necklace used to amplify the sound on stage for people who use a hearing aid.
Dundee Rep Theatre can provide a large print, Braille or audio version of our season brochure on request.
Our box office uses SMS text messaging for enquired and booking for patrons with hearing and speech difficulties. Please text 07786202626.
Touch tours provide an opportunity for blind and partially sighted people to explore the set, props and costumes through a combination of verbal descriptions and touching.
Guide and hearing dogs are welcome in the Theatre.
The Rep is easily accessible by road. The Rep doesn’t have a car park but there are several car parks nearby including one of South Tay Street. There are disabled parking spaces on South Tay Street.
Further details are available on request. For bookings or any other enquiries please call our Box Office on 01382 223530.