Covid passes are not currently required.
You can rest assured that all areas, including our theatres, are well ventilated and undergo enhanced cleaning between every show.
Whilst wearing a face covering is no longer mandatory, and we do not enforce face coverings for our visitors or our team, visitors are welcome to wear them if they feel more comfortable.
Access tickets are available for performances in the Olivier, Lyttelton and Dorfman theatres to those who have subscribed to the National Theatre's Access List.
Access tickets are priced at £20 plus the same rate for a companion.
To join for free, please see the National Theatre Access List page in the Access section of our website.
Once you have completed and returned the Access List form, we will contact you to confirm we have received your form. When you next log in to the website you will be able to choose the Access rate when selecting tickets.
You can also book by calling 020 7452 3961.
If you are already a member of our Access List, and would like to contact a member of the team about your booking, please email [email protected] or ring 020 7452 3961.
There is no adjusted rate on £20 seats.
Yes, we have foldable, manual wheelchairs available for use. They can be borrowed for the duration of your visit and you are able to remain in the wheelchair throughout the performance if preferred, or to transfer to an auditorium seat.
We will ensure each wheelchair is thoroughly cleaned between each use.
To request use of a wheelchair, please email [email protected]
Please note we are unable to provide a member of staff to provide physical assistance.
While face coverings are currently required, we are aware that you may not be able wear one.
If this applies to you, please notify us in advance or click here to download a TfL exemption lanyard. This card is not mandatory, but it will make your visit smoother as our teams can easily identify you as exempt.
Yes. Audio described performances can be seen in our Dates listing page, using the Audio-described filter option (applied in this link)
Find out more on our Audio Described performances page
If you still have unanswered questions, please contact us (remove link)
For general questions: [email protected]
For ticketing enquiries: [email protected]
For Access related questions: [email protected]
Or call us on 020 7452 3961.