At the National Theatre there are three theatres:
The National Theatre aims to offer a touch tour for every audio-described production, usually before an audio-described matinee. It’s a chance to visit the set, feel the props, and enhance your enjoyment of the show. The tour is free and lasts about half an hour. Please let them know if you’re attending the tour on your own and they will arrange for a member of staff to accompany you. Guide dogs are also welcome on set, subject to an advance assessment to ensure a safe environment. Alternatively, they can arrange for your guide dog to be looked after. If you’d like to join a tour, please make a reservation in advance by phoning 020 7452 3000.
National Theatre Access List
To book specific Access allocations online (wheelchair spaces, best seats for captioned performances) and tickets at the Disabled concessionary rate, subscribe to their Access List. Find more information, and the sign-up form here.
The National Theatre is on the South Bank, just minutes from Covent Garden, the West End and Waterloo. The main entrance is on the riverside walkway, facing west.