Access to Citizens
Our staff are trained to make your visit easy and enjoyable. If you would like more information on any of the services detailed below please contact our Box Office on 0141 429 0022, Text Relay 18001 0141 429 0022 or email access.
Individuals eligible for a disabled concession ticket are also entitled to a complementary companion ticket. Please speak to Box Office for more information.
ACCESS AT THE CITIZENS THEATRE (until June 2018)
Wheelchair access is available in the stalls area of our main theatre and in both of our studios. Look out for the symbol on our seating plan. Adapted toilets are also available. Ramp access available in the lower foyer. Lift to Circle Studio.
FREE CAR PARK
Free parking adjacent to the Theatre. Level access to theatre building and foyer. Marked bays for disabled and parent and child. Please note that there is a one way system to enter the car park. Enter via Crown Street & Laurieston Road. Also see directions in Find Us.
GUIDE DOGS ARE WELCOME
Induction loop and infrared systems are provided in the stalls of the Main Theatre. The best seats for audio reception are:
Row CC 6, 7, 20, 21
Row B 4, 5, 22, 23
Row C 3 - 7, 21 - 25
Row D 1 - 7, 21 - 26
Row E 2 - 6, 21 - 26
Row F 1 - 5, 22 - 26
Row G 1 - 5, 22 - 27
Row H 1 - 4, 23 - 26
Row J 1, 2, 26, 27
Row K 5 - 8, 19 - 22
(see seating plan)
www.stagetext.org. See right for list of available performances with this service.
ACCESS AT TRAMWAY
There is level access to all Tramway spaces and bar, with lift access to the upper spaces.
Accessible toilets are available on all three public access levels and come equipped with handrails and emergency pull cords. Please contact Tramway prior to your visit if you have any additional requirements.
Assistance dogs are always welcome at Tramway (please note, due to the nature of the building and our neighbours The Hidden Gardens, only Assistance dogs are permitted.)
The Box Office at Tramway has a hard-wired loop system, please set your hearing aid to 'T'.
Tramway 1 is fitted with an infra-red system. These can be used for audio described performances and to amplify sound. Please ask at reception if you would like to use this equipment.
ACCESS AT SCOTLAND STREET
Automatic doors to the entrance with ramp access. Elevator access to all floors. Accessible toilets are available and come equipped with handrails and emergency alarms.
There is a hearing assistance system (portable loop)
We would love you to join us at these special events for deaf or hard of hearing patrons. Please visit the Deaf Theatre Club page for more information.
Do you have a learning disability? Do you want to work with other creative people developing performance skills and having fun? Please visit the Friday Club page for more information.
From Summer 2018 these classes will take place at Scotland Street School Museum.
Looking for classes for 14-18 year olds with a learning disability? Please visit the Saturday Citizens page for more information. From Summer 2018 these classes will take place at Scotland Street School Museum.