10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 2ED
The Traverse is Scotland’s foremost theatre company dedicated to new writing. Founded by a group of passionate arts enthusiasts in 1963, it seeks to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year – with manipulate being the Traverse’s first festival partner of the year.
14 – 16 Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 2JU
Dance Base is a National Centre for Dance in Scotland, operating three artistic programmes in public classes, professional support, and participation, and sees over 2,500 people a week participating in these programmes. Founded in 1994, Dance Base moved into Scotland’s first purpose built National Centre for Dance on the Grassmarket in 2001, welcoming participants in to world-class studios, excellent facilities, and an inspiring environment.
Dance Base is fully accessible, with full accessibility details online. Dance Base also won the venue category as the most accessible venue at the Fringe in the Euan’s Guide Accessible Fringe Award 2015
The Lemon Tree
5 West North Street, Aberdeen, Scotland, AB24 5AT
The Lemon Tree’s artistic programme celebrates the new, up and coming, experimental and alternative in music, theatre, dance, performance art, comedy, spoken word and creative learning. Committed to supporting the local arts scene, The Lemon Tree has also become a significant cultural venue both for the North-East and nationally, and continues to strive to showcase cutting-edge drama, dance and music.
Level access is available to the venue, and throughout the venue itself. Full accessibility information can be found online, along with Audio Described and BSL-interpreted versions of the brochure.
Norwich Puppet Theatre
St James, Whitefriars, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1TN
Founded in 1979, Norwich Puppet Theatre is one of the foremost puppet theatres and puppetry-producing companies in the UK. Situated in a converted medieval church in the heart of Norwich, Norwich Puppet Theatre is dedicated to championing the artform of puppetry, hosting adult & children shows, as well as talent development masterclasses for theatre makers, performers and puppeteers.
The venue has level access throughout and wheelchairs can be accommodated in both theatre spaces. As a converted medieval church, there is some uneveness in the floor surfaces and one doorway is too narrow to accommodate a wheelchair, but alternative routes are available. Full accessibility information
38 Parnie Street, Glasgow, G1 5LS
Housing three performance spaces, rehearsal space, offices, a dedicated Tron Participation workshop space and Tron Bar + Kitchen, the building is a vibrant creative hub that bustles with activity year-round. The building is also home to Tron Theatre Company, which stages its own productions as well as presenting co-productions and collaborations with other leading theatre companies, alongside a busy programme of high calibre visiting company work.
The venue requires prior notification to allow for wheelchair access to the theatre, the Tron Theatre is committed to being an accessible venue, offering its audiences a variety of Captioned, BSL and Audio-Described services for selected performances. Full accessibility information.
Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7NB
Gulbenkian is the University of Kent’s Arts Centre offering innovative, engaging and high quality arts activity for the public, staff and students. It provides a key role in delivering the University commitment to public engagement and has a particular focus on the creative empowerment of children and young people.
The venue aims to make their full range of activities and shows accessible to all audiences and provide a number of accessible resources. For any requirements, please notify the Tickets & Information office when booking on 01227 769075 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Full accessibility information
Horse + Bamboo Theatre: The Boo
Horse + Bamboo Theatre
679 Bacup Road
Rossendale BB4 7HB
Horse + Bamboo is a puppet and mask theatre company that has survived the ebb and flow of public finance with remarkable resilience and a clear sense of purpose. The company’s modest beginnings in 1978 with Bob Frith and a small team of artists along with a horse, a donkey, caravans with bamboo and papier-mache props has evolved into a vibrant theatre company firmly committed to serving the community of Pennine Lancashire as well as touring productions for adults and children nationally and internationally.
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Theatre Royal Dumfries
Shakespeare Street Dumfries
The Theatre Royal Dumfries is the oldest theatre in Scotland that still operates as a theatre today. It was built in 1792 after funds were raised by public subscription, opening its doors on the 29th September 1792.
The theatre has a long and storied history, including visits from such famous faces as Robert Burns, J. M. Barrie and even Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel! It has seen use as a theatre, music hall, cinema and at one point, a roller skating rink.
Today the Guild continue to put on their regular season of plays, including their annual Christmas pantomime, while also welcoming an expanded programme of touring shows from all around the world. The theatre is also home to several other local groups, providing facilities for dance and theatre schools, writers workshops and the occasional festival.
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