Below is some handy information ahead of your visit.
Performance Venue: Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, Plymouth PL1 2NJ. We’re behind the Mayflower Visitor Centre on the main Barbican road with shops and restaurants on it (Southside Street) opposite the Mayflower Steps.
Ticket collection: Pre-booked tickets (that you haven’t chosen to have posted) will be available to collect from the Box Office at Barbican Theatre on the day from 6:30pm.
Parking: The nearest car park (with disabled spaces) is at Elphinstone (Plymouth City Council owned) which is a five minute walk from the theatre (just down from Dutton’s Cafe). There is also a privately owned car park on Lambhay Hill which is closer but more suited to those able to use steps.
Alternatively Plymouth City Centre is a 10 minute walk from Barbican Theatre, which is served by most local bus operators.
Disabled access: The Barbican Theatre building has step free access from arrival with a lift that can access all floors including The B-Bar on the ground floor, auditorium and studio on the first floor and offices on the first and second floors (this lift can be used by wheelchairs). There are wheelchair accessble seats in the auditorium. Please call 01752 267131 (Mon – Fri 11am – 4pm) or email email@example.com for more information and to book.
Getting to Barbican Theatre: While the Barbican Theatre building is accessible to those in wheelchairs or with limited mobility, given the historic nature of the Barbican with it’s narrow and often cobbled streets accessibility for those with limited mobility before your arrival can be challenging. Access from Southside Street (main Barbican street) is via a narrow cobbled road or some very steep steps that lead to our building entrance. Access from Castle Street is via a tarmac road leading to a cobbled path to the theatre entrance.
Age guidance: 11+
Running time: approx 2 hours including interval
Dogs: No dogs (except guide dogs) are allowed access to Barbican Theatre at any time
Photography: please do not take a photographs or films of the performance. The performance is being filmed professionally. If you have any questions or concerns about this please speak to the duty manager on the evening or email our House Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org
Audience interaction: Hags contains elements of audience interaction. Being aware of the current WHO guidelines around COVID-19 Scratchworks and Barbican Theatre are following this advice to ensure you can still experience the show as intended. Scratchworks and Barbican Theatre take the health and safety of their audiences (and themselves) very seriously. If you have any questions please speak to a member of our Front of House team. We would like to assure audience members that participation is not mandatory and only a bit of fun!
COVID-19: the UK Risk of Coronavirus remains at moderate and the risk to individuals is low, events at Barbican Theatre, The Plymouth Athenaeum and The B-Bar will be going ahead as planned. We continue to monitor the situation and follow advice from the WHO, Public Health England and local government. As always staff and visitors are encouraged to employ good hand, respiratory and personal hygiene. If anything changes in the next 24 hours we will make further contact (we’d also recommend you follow our social media channels such as Facebook)
The Barbican Theatre & Scratchworks teams