The Mayor of Guildford’s Access Awards WINNERS 2013 & 2017

"I was very impressed when looking at your website recently all the information given for those with accessibility considerations" Audience member, Macbeth 2020

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.

CARERS: Registered disabled patrons who are unable to attend without a carer will automatically be offered a complimentary ticket for their essential companion. Please call the Box Office to arrange. GSC Stewards are on hand at every performance to assist patrons to and from their seats.

To enable us to make your experience as enjoyable and comfortable as possible, please call the Box Office on 01483 304384 or email us in advance if you have any questions that are not answered below.





St Nicolas' Church is fully accessible. See map for any further details

Please let us know in advance if you or anyone in your party has any physical access requirements, and we will do our very best to help. You can type these details into a box during the online booking process.



Saturday 06 November, 2.30pm

Please tick the Audio Description box when you make your booking. Normal ticket prices apply. Carers, if required, are free of charge.

GENERAL INFO: Our award-winning audio described performances for the blind and visually impaired continue. Infra-red headsets provide a private live commentary of the onstage action whilst the dialogue continues live simultaneously. Pre-show notes will be given via the headsets 15 minutes before the show is due to begin.

Here is an example of the description specially recorded for our online production of Henry V.

TOUCH TOURS are an opportunity for blind and partially sighted patrons to explore the world of the play in advance of the performance.  Our Audio Describer will lead the tour into the performance space and facilitate access to set and scenery, props and costumes, providing in depth information about the visual aspects of the production.  Guide dogs, companions, family and friends are welcome on Touch Tours. Please note we will be reviewing the possibility of TOUCH TOURS, in line with our COVID-Secure Protocols.


We are not currently able to offer BSL or captioned performances. However, there will be a copy of the script available at every performance should you wish to access it. Please let us know at the time of your booking if you would like to use this service.


Hearing and Guide Dogs are welcome at all performances. Please note that performances can involve loud noises.



Saturday 30 October, 2.30pm

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 impairments or learning disabilities. Babes-in-arms and small children are also welcome. We encourage a more casual approach to front-of-house etiquette and audience members are free to move or make involuntary noise if they need to.

Click here to download the Relaxed Performance Content Advisory Notes

We will be publishing a guide as to what to expect from the show. This will be available once we have finished the final dress rehearsal.

If you have any questions or would like us to send you a copy of the guide in advance, please email us


At GSC we’re passionate about producing classic stories with energy, invention and inclusivity, and because we want you to experience them with the same surprise and excitement as their first audiences did we don’t want to give away any ‘spoilers’ when promoting them. Also, because of how theatre is made, we only finalise all the content and technical elements of the production, including lighting and sound effects, during the final week of rehearsals.

However, we are aware that these plays can depict scenes and characters which may cause distress or trigger challenging emotions for some of our audience members. Therefore we will share on this page information about the themes and the known potential triggers in the production as early as possible.


This is show is a lot of fun and very colourful. There is a lot of singing and dancing. However there are themes of loss and references to the death of a parent. There are some sound effects such as birds and cracking ice. There is also infrequent loud music and theatrical haze.

If there are certain themes that you would find particularly upsetting and you’d like to speak to one of GSC team to find out more about a show before you book, and how we can help, please give us a call on 01483 301590 or email us.


Some mental health conditions can make it difficult for people to attend performances. If, for whatever reason, you feel that there is something we can do to make your time with us easier, please let us know. Email us


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