The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra aims to make our concerts as accessible as possible. Each of our venues works to ensure that our audience's access needs are met. For full information about their accessibility, please follow the relevant link below.

 

                             

 Cadogan Hall accessibility information
 
  Royal Albert Hall accessibility information
 
  Southbank Centre accessibility information
         
     Other Venues    
         
 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion    Bristol Beacon   Crawley The Hawth 
         
 Guildford G Live   Hull City Hall   Northampton Royal & Derngate 
         
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall   Reading The Hexagon   Scunthorpe The Baths Hall
         
Warwick Arts Centre        

Performances with British Sign Language (BSL)


Some RPO concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and Southbank Centre will feature a BSL performer on stage. To find out how to book specific seats reserved for BSL users, please follow the instructions on each event page.

View upcoming performances with BSL


Large print programmes


Large print versions and digital formats of each programme for our own-promotion concerts are available on request for customers with accessibility requirements. Please email your request to Doran Crowhurst This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at least one full week before the performance.


Relaxed Performances


Our Relaxed Performances are designed for those who may find traditional concerts challenging to attend, including adults and children with learning disabilities, movement disorders, sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder, dementia and other neurological conditions, or those with young children or babies.

View upcoming Relaxed Performances

Watch the video below to find out more.

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