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Bradford Theatres have won the Theatrical Management Association (TMA) Award for Most Welcoming Theatre in both 2005 & 2009, and have been shortlisted on several other occasions. Bradford Theatres are also White Rose Tourism nominee 'Access For All' in 2010.
At Bradford Theatres we aim to make our venues fully accessible and we offer an extensive range of access facilities to ensure an easy and enjoyable experience for all our customers.
This includes a dedicated "Welcome Host" who is allocated to customers with specific needs when they arrive at the venue.
Bradford Theatres have been assessed and accredited by DisabledGo.
Bradford Theatres and Bradford Council are committed to ensuring all customers can participate and enjoy Bradford Theatres events equally. For customers who need someone to be with them to access the service or facility at Bradford Theatres, there is now an Access & Carer Membership Scheme in operation. Membership is free and valid for a period of three years.
If you qualify under the Scheme you will receive a reduction on the cost of your visit for your carer. In some circumstances you may also receive a reduction to your ticket price. Groups and organisations of disabled people, or organisations supporting disabled people, can also obtain a reduction in ticket price through the Scheme.
An application form for Individual Membership can be downloaded here.
An application form for Group/Organisation Membership can be downloaded here.
Alternatively, you can call our Box Office on 01274 432000 to discuss the Scheme further.
There are 6 wheelchair spaces at the Alhambra Theatre. Level access is via Great Horton Road. Please note scooters as outdoor vehicles are not allowed in the venues.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are available.
There are sign language interpreted performances, audio described performances and captioned performances at stated shows.
The auditorium at the Alhambra is equipped with infra-red audio systems. These enable patrons to independently control the level of volume required wherever they sit in the auditorium.
Headsets are available from confectionery kiosks.
We offer captioned performances for some shows. Captioning is similar to television subtitling and gives deaf, deafened or hard of hearing people access to live performance. The actors' words appear on display units at each side of the stage at the same time as they are spoken or sung. A qualified captioner operates the captions as the action happens on stage so it can be read by hard of hearing attenders at the same time as the actors are saying the words on stage.
We offer sign language interpreted performances for some shows. A signed performance is the usual full production with the addition of a Sign Language Interpreter who stands on or near the stage interpreting the show for deaf attenders.
We offer audio description for some shows. Audio Described performances are designed to improve the experience of visually impaired and blind attenders. As well as listening to the dialogue on stage the visually impaired customer wears a headset and listens to a live description of the action on stage. The description only happens in between dialogue and supplements the voices of the performers in explaining the emotions and action of each scene.
Search by access performance type on our What’s On page to see a list of access assisted performances that are currently available.
Assistance dogs are welcome at our venues.
Visit the Contact Us page to request printed materials or call us on 01274 432375.