Leeds Grand Theatre from the Upper Circle. You can see the backs of theatre seats in the front of the picture and the right hand side of the stage, and boxes to the right of it.


Leeds Heritage Theatres is constantly working towards being more accessible for all our audiences.

Our commitment

Leeds Heritage Theatres is committed to being open for all to enjoy live performance and film in comfort. We are working hard to ensure that we continue to adapt our buildings and develop our team to provide the best possible facilities and service. 

Our listed venues provide unique challenges in achieving these aims, but we have already made good progress and continue to listen and learn, and make improvements. 


Join our Access Membership Scheme

Leeds Heritage Theatres runs a free Access Membership Scheme to help us make your visit easier and more enjoyable.

Benefits of the scheme include:

  • Dedicated phone line for access bookings (0113 205 3899)
  • Advice on where to sit to get the best experience for you
  • Book a wheelchair space and tickets for yourself and an essential companion online
  • Access discounted tickets for yourself and an essential companion (available online as well as on the phone)

When joining the scheme, you will be invited to visit the venue to familiarise yourself with the location of our services and facilities. You can meet with a member of our team to discuss our evacuation procedures, and any specific needs you have that will make your visit easier and more enjoyable. 

If you require an essential companion to accompany you to the theatre, we request that person comes with you to the familiarisation visit and we ask that they be a minimum of 14 years of age.

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Accessible Performances Highlights

The shows listed below all include a performance that is either BSL interpreted, audio described, relaxed, captioned or dementia friendly. Check out our What’s On page for more shows with access performances.

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