As a Scottish arts charity (SCO22422) operating in the local community, we are reliant on the support of our customers, particularly during these unprecedented times. With our venues closed and uncertain times ahead, we ask for your support.
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The Brunton and our programme has been designed with accessibility in mind. We have lifts to all levels and our Front of House team is fully trained to provide additional assistance during your visit.
You can view and download our Large Print What’s On Guide.
If you would like to receive the What’s On Guide in CD audio format or braille please call our Box Office 0131 653 5245 or email email@example.com .
We have three dedicated wheelchair seats in our downstairs Theatre, situated in the gallery, accessible by lift. If you do not wish to walk up stairs, Row I is accessed on the level from the lift.
Venue 1 is upstairs, with lift access. Once inside, our 4 wheelchair spaces and the front row are on the level.
Venue 2 is also upstairs with lift access. Seating is all unreserved and on the level.
If you have any access needs or will require assistance from our team during your visit, please contact the box office and we will assist with your booking.
For further information on exactly where accessible seating areas are located and to book, please call our Box Office team on 0131 653 5245 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
There are accessible toilets on both floors of The Brunton.
We encourage our visiting companies, where possible, to provide accessible performances where some minor adaptations are made to ensure the show is enjoyed by all. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see a list of all shows with accessible performances this season.
Signed performances allow you experience the show through British Sign Language (BSL). The interpreters we use are all experienced in signing for live performances.
Audio described performances are designed to welcome people who are blind or partially sighted. They give a live commentary of the visual aspects of a production, which you can hear along with the actors' dialogue. Pick up a radio headset from Box Office when you arrive to hear the audio description throughout the show.
Relaxed Shows are specifically designed to welcome people with Autism, a learning disability, or sensory and communication disorders. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and some small changes are made to the light and sound effects.
Before you visit The Brunton, you may wish to download our Welcome To The Brunton Access Pack which will help you familiarise yourself with The Brunton and help you to familiarise yourself with the building and what to look forward to during your visit.
We offer disabled patrons and a companion a concession price ticket each. In addition disabled wheelchair users who require an escort are entitled to a free companion ticket.