We are committed to making Wycombe Swan accessible to everyone. If you have any access requirements please let us know when booking.
Would you like to check the journey to your seat before you book? View our map below to check how many steps to each seat you will encounter on your way. The exact number of steps to each seat are displayed when booking your seats. Please note the use of the lift is required in the Circle and Upper Circle levels for step free access.
The patron will be asked, on completion of their access form, for proof of Disability Living Allowance or Independent Living Allowance (or another suitable piece of formal documentation). Please note that blue badges (for cars) are not suitable for this purpose.
Once the access form has been completed, a membership card will be issued, which the customer needs to present each time they wish to book either discounted tickets or a free companion ticket. If tickets are booked by telephone, the tickets will be held at Ticket Office and the card will need to be presented before the seats are released. This card negates the need for any further documentation to be provided each time.
If customers are unable to use seats in the upper levels of the theatre, they will be entitled to buy tickets in the Stalls (max 2 per customer per event) at the cheapest standard price on offer (usually the price of a rear Upper Circle seat).
Requesting Access Tickets
While our box office is closed you can request access tickets using our online form.
The main auditorium has space for up to 8 wheelchair users in the stalls; the Old Town Hall for up to 5. . There is lift access to all levels of the theatre in Wycombe Swan, the Old Town Hall and the Oak Room.
There are free spaces for Blue Badge holders in the adjacent Wycombe Swan Car Park (managed by Wycombe District Council) with level access through to the Ticket Office, the Old Town Hall, foyer, bars, toilets and stalls level of the auditorium.>
There is an accessible toilet on the Stalls and Circle levels of the Wycombe Swan.
A unisex accessible toilet is on the Stalls level of the Wycombe Swan and the Old Town Hall.
Guide, hearing and other working dogs are welcome in all parts of the theatre. If dogs are accompanying patrons, please advise the Ticket Office so that seating with suitable access can be arranged. If necessary please advise us of your requirements at the time of booking so that staff can be prepared for your visit.
Wycombe Swan organises sign-language interpreted performances for some of the biggest shows of the year. If customers plan to attend a sign language interpreted performance, they will be entitled to buy tickets in the Stalls (max 2 per customer per event), in the area with the best view of the sign language interpreter, at the cheapest standard price on offer (usually the price of a rear Upper Circle seat).
Please note that unfortunately our infra-red system does not currently reach all parts of the auditorium. Please click here for a map of the seats with the best signal strength. If you have any questions, please call the Box Office
|Stage Tours for Visually Impaired
Pre-performance tours of the stage set for the visually impaired can be arranged for individuals or groups. Please contact the Ticket Office on 0343 310 0060 to arrange a mutually convenient time.
The viewing room seats 2 people and is located at the back of the auditorium on the Stalls level.
If you feel like you may need to use this space please speak with the Duty Manager on arrival.
This space is offered on a first-come served basis, you cannot pre-book this room.
A visual story of the layout of our theatre and how a typical show would run.
For further information on access requirements please contact 0343 310 0060.