KALEIDOSCOPE, NOISY HOLIDAY & WHAT WORDS ARE OURS? @ The Key Theatre, Embankment Road, Peterborough City Centre, PE1 1EF
SEASON 6: Kirsty Dorkenoo is the BSL Interpretor for Kid Carpet’s Noisy Holiday; BSL interpretation and captioning will be part of What Words Are Ours? for hearing and d/Deaf audiences.
Building Access: Accessible + gender neutral toilet facilities in the foyer; low counter & hearing loop system at box-office counter; a lift to the main house; wheelchair lift to the studio and backstage facilities; staff have received training to support D/deaf patrons; hearing loop in main and studio theatre.
Parking: The Riverside Pay & Display car park in front of the theatre. £2 charge from 5pm. More info here.
Bus & train: The Key Theatre is a 5 minute taxi ride and a 12 minute walk from Peterborough Train Station and Bus Station.
Refreshments: The Key Theatre has a bar by the main house theatre. The restaurant at The Key is currently changing management - update to follow.
JULIET & ROMEO @ Activity Hall, Stanground Sports Centre, PE7 3BY
SEASON 6: On Thurs 9 Nov Clare Edwards will be the BSL Interpretor for Lost Dog’s Juliet & Romeo. Clare has been in rehearsal with the company.
NB We are trying to borrow a hearing loop system for this venue, more info to follow.
Building Access: Accessible toilet facilities at the sports centre
Parking: Free parking. Disabled parking spaces available in the carpark at the sports centre.
Bus: Citi 5 between city centre + Yaxley stops outside Stanground College.
Refreshments: Pre-show refreshments will be available.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SAY NOTHING @ Main Hall, Peterborough Regional College, Park Crescent PE1 4DZ
SEASON6: The nature of this production means that it is not fully accessible for audiences with hearing or sight disabilities. Wheelchairs users can choose to experience the show in their chairs or make use of the armchairs in the show. Staff can discuss your preferences and options with you pre-show.
Building Access: Ramp at entrance to building; accessible toilet facilities.
Parking: Free parking. Disabled parking bays are located near the front of the building.
Bus: Peterborough Bus & Coach station is 5 minute minute walk away. through the Queensgate Centre.
Refreshments: We can reccommend The Buttercross Cafe in Central Park, which is across the road from the college. There is no access to refreshments on-site.
COAT @ The Afro-Carribean Millennium Centre, Dickens St, PE1 5GD
Building Access: There is ramped access to the front door from the right-hand side / car-park side of the building.
Parking: There is some free parking for Millennium Centre users on the right as you enter the car park behind the building. If you are in the left-hand side of the carpark you will need a ticket.
Bus: Bus 4 + 5 stop nearby.
Refreshments: The bar will be open an hour before the performance (7pm-8pm) and for an hour after the performance (9pm-10pm.)