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Windsor Theatre Royal is 25 miles West of London with Heathrow Airport just 15 minutes away. The Royal Borough is easily accessible via the M3, M4, M25 and M40, and well served by public transport.
Theatre Royal Windsor is served by many local paid-for car parks, many of which are a short walk from the Theatre. King Edward VII car park: This car park is about 400 yards from the TheatreRiver Street car park: Just 100 yards from the Theatre, River Street is the most convenient for evening parking. Romney Lock car park: Offers a free park and ride service to the town centre that stops outside the Theatre. The last Park and Ride bus leaves Romney Lock at 9pm.Alma Road car park: The Theatre is approximately 5 minutes walk. Follow the parking signs as you enter the town.
Our bars and front of house areas open one hour before the start of a performance. Relax in one of our bars with a drink or a snack before the show, and don’t forget to beat the queues and pre-order your interval drinks and ice cream.
Audio Described Performances: A described performance for the visually impaired, usually taking place on the Thursday matinee of a production. The describer will explain what is happening, visually, on stage throughout the performance and this is relayed through a headset.For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk/whats-on/accessible-performances
This beautiful theatre is the jewel in the crown of the Royal Borough of Windsor, just a stone’s throw away from the historic Windsor Castle. This theatre is the only unsubsidised producing theatre to operate all year round in Britain and with a history that stretches back over 200 years.Their vision is to provide a first-class regional theatre that is recognised nationally, that produces and presents a core programme of drama and theatre for all residents and visitors to the Windsor area. Acting as a key cultural hub, encouraging participation, learning and engagement with performing arts and supporting the development of performers, creatives, staff and audiences.This theatre's repertoire is wide, ranging from classic drama and over 80 continuous years of traditional pantomime to first productions of new work some of which subsequently transfer to the West End.SEE IT SAFELY: Theatre Royal Windsor is absolutely delighted to be welcoming audiences back to our beautiful theatre!The health and the safety of our audiences and staff is of paramount importance at all times. All measures will be continually reviewed and updated in accordance to the latest guidance issued by the Government. We are recognised as an official SEE IT SAFELY by UK Theatre.
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