No wheelchair access

We regret that we do not have wheelchair access. Jermyn Street Theatre is down a flight of stairs in an old building, and despite all our best efforts we cannot provide a lift or stairlift. Patrons with 'fold-up' wheelchairs are often able to attend.

Content Warnings

Our current production of Laughing Boy contains occasional loud noises, continued discussion of death and medical neglect as well as depictions of grief. There is frequent strong language, infrequent use of ableist language, infrequent acts of violence and one scene that depicts a short moment of self harm.

Relaxed Performances

A relaxed performance is open to everyone. Relaxed performances are an opportunity for audiences to enjoy a show when the theatre and auditorium rules are eased, making it a more inviting environment for all.

If you would like more information on relaxed performances at Jermyn Street Theatre, there is an information sheet here.

There will be two relaxed performances a week for our production of Laughing Boy. Click here to be taken to our ticketing page that lists when the relaxed performances are.

Visual Story

We have a visual story which takes you through the journey of coming to a show at Jermyn Street Theatre.

Click here to view the visual story in PDF format.

Click here to view the visual story in word document format.

Captioned performances

Captioned performances are available for our shows. Captioned performances are for people who are D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing. They are similar to subtitled television. A caption screen displays the actors’ words as they are spoken and provides information such as sound effects and music. For more information on dates and times, please see the relevant show pages, send email to or phone our box office line on 020 7287 2875.

Audio Description Introductions

We provide Audio Description Introductions to our shows. These introductions are for people who are blind and partially sighted and provide a short description of the set, characters, and costumes. They are accessed through the relevant show page on our website and are available to download and listen in advance of your visit to the theatre.

Guide and Assistance Dogs

If you're bringing your guide or assistance dog with you when you come to the theatre, let our box office team help you - call us on 020 7287 2875
or via email on and they will do your booking for you. We can offer you an aisle seat, and let you know about any special effects that might affect your dog.

We want to help!

For more information on dates and times, please see the relevant show pages, or email our Box Office Team  to book any performance.

If you have access needs, call our administration line on 020 7434 1443, and ask to speak to Penny Horner, and we will do whatever we can.

The Company of For Services Rendered. Photograph by Robert Workman.

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