PFT is committed to making its theatre programme and other activities available to as many different people as it can.

We are aware that, for a range of reasons, some individuals and groups may feel excluded from the activities at PFT that so many others currently enjoy: those who are lonely, isolated, or marginalised in some way, for example. In order to ensure that our ambition to provide “theatre for all” is no hollow boast, we want to do whatever we can to overcome any obstacles to inclusion, whether financial, social, cultural or geographic, and whether real or perceived.

You, our audiences, can help us deliver these ambitions by identifying those who you think might benefit from becoming part of the larger PFT family and assisting us to reach out to them and welcome them into the fold. So if you know of individuals or groups that might feel that PFT is “not for them”, for whatever reason, and who you think might enjoy the opportunity to participate in the positive, happy and supportive experience that is the hallmark of a visit to PFT, simply contact our Box Office staff, who will be happy to note your thoughts, ideas and suggestions.

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    • • Parking for Blue Badge holders (8 spaces) is provided next to the main theatre entrance.

    • • For hearing aid users, an induction loop is provided in the auditorium, whilst personal sound amplifiers can be booked in advance through the Box Office for those with impaired hearing.

    • • For those with severe visual impairments, we provide an audio description service which can be delivered at any performance, as long as Box Office is given prior notice.
      • With prior notification, we are also happy to arrange pre-performance touch tours of the stage, set, costumes and props.
      • Guide dogs, hearing dogs and dogs for the disabled are very welcome at PFT, but we would be grateful if you could please advise Box Office in advance if you're bringing your dog.

    • • Full level wheelchair access is provided throughout the theatre’s auditorium, foyer, café bar and restaurant, with two wheelchair-friendly WCs on the same level.
      • A courtesy wheelchair can be booked in advance for those with limited mobility who prefer to use a wheelchair in the building.
      • Four dedicated spaces for wheelchair users (or those with mobility issues who may find steps difficult to use) are provided in the auditorium.