The Barrington Centre was built in 1984 and was designed with a commitment to provide equal access to our facilities for visitors of all abilities.


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  • Disabled toilets
  • Public spaces
  • Private / Office spaces
  • Lobbies & corridoors
  • Box office
  • Main entrance
  • Entrances & exits
    All external doors are fire exits

Patrons with limited mobility

Wheelchair users

The Barrington Centre is entirely at ground floor level and wheelchair access is via the main entrance. Our outside foyer has a wheelchair ramp and there is level access from all the entrances to the theatre auditorium. All of our spaces can be accessed easily by wheelchair or by patrons with limited mobility.

The theatre auditorium has space for up to ten wheelchair users with associated seating for their companion carer. Please see our Seating Plan for further information.

Disabled toilet facilities

We have two disabled toilets. The first can be found between the Theatre Bar, Ferns Cafe and auditorium. The second, with baby changing facilities, is located on the opposite side of the building.

Patrons with a visual impairment

Guide dogs

Guide dogs are welcome anywhere in the building, and we'll be pleased to provide them with a water bowl on request.

Audio descriptions

Please contact the box office to confirm a description is available for your chosen show before booking.

Send us your views

If you have any comments to help us improve our facilities for disabled visitors at The Barrington Centre we'd be delighted to hear your views. Please use the form below.

You can include your name and email address but these fields are not required if you would prefer to remain anonymous.