- The Dorfman Theatre is on the east side of the National Theatre, on Stage Door Avenue, opposite the IBM building.
- Entrance is via a ramp access, off Stage Door Avenue, and has button-operated swing glass doors.
Dorfman entance foyer
- There is a large level foyer space with accessible toilets and a seating area.
- There is a lift to all levels of the Dorfman.
Dorfman Circle seating
As the Dorfman Theatre auditorium is reconfigured for different productions, accessibility to seats may vary. Information about the configuration will be available from the seating plan at time of booking. Please contact the Box Office if you require further details.
The circle seats and wheelchair-user spaces are through swing doors on the ground floor foyer level. The floor is flat with some slight sloping.
Dorfman Gallery seating
The gallery seats and wheelchair spaces are through swing doors on the gallery foyer level. The floor is flat with some slight sloping.
The pit seating has lift access but most rows will have steps up to them.
Floor Seating – for performances of Grenfell: in the words of survivors
This is unassigned seating, close to the stage for the first two acts of the play. For the final 20 minutes, Floor Seating ticket holders will move from the unassigned seating and sit on the carpeted stage floor.
Floor Seating will be unsuitable for anyone who requires a traditional theatre seat, and the journey to these seats is longer and includes more steps. The Pit, Circle or Gallery sections offer traditional seating.