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The Alhambra Theatre and The Studio are in the centre of Bradford, on Morley Street. It is a ten minute walk from the Interchange and from Forster Square train station. It is a five minute walk from bus stops on Centenary Square. It is across from the National Media Museum and down from Bradford College and Univeristy.
St. George's Hall is in the centre of Bradford, on Bridge Street. It is opposite the Interchange and a five minute walk from Forster Square train station. It is a five minute walk from bus stops on Centenary Square. It is close to the Great Victoria Hotel and the Telegraph and Argus building.
The Alhambra, St. George's Hall and the Studio are all in Bradford City Centre. To find out about train and bus times, please go to www.wymetro.com
Find a taxi number on www.yell.com
Designated parking spaces are available for people with disabilities coming to a performance at the Alhambra. The spaces are on Morley Street and on Randall Well Street. Please access the Morley Street spaces using Great Horton Road at the side of the Alhambra.
There is a drop-off and pick up point in the lay-by outside St. George's Hall on Bridge Street for people using wheelchairs or with mobility difficulties.
Access to Bradford Theatres
Bradford Theatres are TMA National Award Winners. We have won the 'Most Welcoming Theatre' in 2005 & 2009
Bradford Theatres have been assessed and accredited by DisabledGo.
Visit our Access page for full detailed information including links to all accessible performances that are currently available.
There is level-access to the main foyer at the Alhambra Theatre (including kiosk, box office, toilets and cloakroom) and theatre stalls level (including the bar) from Great Horton Road. Please note, scooters as outdoor vehicles are not allowed in the venues. There are baby-changing facilities also on this level. For all three venues buggies and prams are not allowed in the auditorium itself but can be left at the cloakroom (please note there is limited space available). Child booster seats are available for hire for £1 for performances at the Alhambra Theatre. Simply request one from the confectionery kiosk in the main foyer. Car seats for infants may be allowed in the boxes/lounges with prior permission from the House Manager. We don't recommend that you bring children under the age of two to family shows. However for our children's shows you can buy a "Babe in Arms" ticket for £1.50 which allows a small child/baby to sit on an adults lap.
Access to Information
This website is designed to meet WC3 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, to AA standard. This means we have created our content so it can be accessed by people with different disabilities and designed clear navigation to help you find what you are looking for on the site.
We have a program called Browsealoud on this website to speech enable the web site for people with dyslexia and related learning disorders. All of the documents available to download on this website are designed to be read by Screen Readers.Our printed brochures are available in large print, Braille and on audio CD. Programmes for some shows can be made available in large print, Braille and on audio CD but you will need to ask us for them at least two weeks before the performance you want to come to.
Visit the Contact Us page to request printed materials or call us on 01274 432375.
Eating, Drinking and Interval Refreshments
Now open at the Alhambra Theatre, Restaurant 1914 is located on the Upper Circle level giving the best views over City Park.
St George's Bistro
St George's Hall offer either a table D'hote menu or a snack menu. Our snack menu includes sandwiches, jacket potatoes, cakes, and hot beverages.
Tell Us About Your Visit
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