The Mayor of Guildford’s Access Awards WINNERS 2013 & 2017
We believe that the experience of live theatre should be accessible to everyone. Being a site-responsive theatre company means that we use fabulously unique, non-theatre venues, (such as churches, gardens, castles, fields, etc.), to create exciting theatre experiences. However by their nature, age or original use, they may not have been intended for theatre performances and their audiences. Nevertheless we will always seek to ensure our productions are as accessible and as welcoming as possible.
If you have any questions that are not answered below, please contact us
All's Well That Ends Well
St Nicolas' Church, Bury Street, Guildford, GU2 4AW
St Nicolas' is fully wheelchair accessible.
Access is on the other side of the building to the main entrance, just around the corner on Bury Street.
There is no designated Blue Badge parking at the venue. The nearest Blue Badge parking bays are on the High Street: see this map.
Visit Venues and Directions for further parking details.
Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters
Please register your need for wheelchair or mobility scooter access at the time of booking, so that we can fully assist you. This can be done online at the time of booking by ticking the 'Wheelchair' box or over the phone. If you require a Carer to attend with you please see the information below. Whilst seating is unreserved, we aim to accommodate requests for specific seating wherever possible. Please ask at the time of booking. Concession price tickets are available for patrons who are registered disabled.
Registered disabled patrons who are unable to attend without a carer will automatically be offered a complimentary ticket for their carer. Please call the Box Office to arrange. To enable us to best cater for your needs call the Box Office on 01483 304384 or email them in advance to discuss your booking and we will do our very best to help. GSC Volunteers are on hand at every performance to help patrons get to and from their seats. Also see specific venue information above
Vision & Hearing Impairment
A relaxed performance is open to everyone and is intended specifically to be sensitive to and accepting of audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabled people. Babes-in-arms and small children are also welcome. This means that there is a more casual approach to front-of-house etiquette and we ask audience members to be aware of people's needs to move or make involuntary noise. If you have any questions please email us
Audio Described Performances