Eden Court is equipped to welcome visitors with a variety of needs as the modern building has excellent facilities. The site includes two theatres, two cinemas, two studios, exhibition spaces, bars and a bustling restaurant.
- The entrance is accessible by wheelchair, with six disabled parking bays located at the front of the building (50m from the entrance) and a further two at the back (100m).
- Assistance dogs are welcome in the building.
- We offer Audio Described, BSL Interpreted, Captioned and Relaxed performances for many shows, as well as some Touch Tours.
If you have specific access requirements please contact us in advance so we can make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
To book tickets or ask a question, contact the Box Office on 01463 234 234 or send us an email.
For all access performances at Eden Court, please see our Access listings page for a complete list.
For information on accessible performances and facilities at venues across Scotland, visit the Access Scottish Theatre guide.
If you have any suggestions or comments regarding accessible performances at Eden Court, please contact Box Office by emailing or calling 01463 234 234.
Accessible films, performances and events
Our four major performance spaces are equipped with two-channel infrared equipment for the hearing impaired and visually impaired. Special receivers are available at the Box Office and can be used on their own or in conjunction with your hearing aid.
We make the following changes to the space to hopefully make more customers feel comfortable attending: house lights on, volume lower, freedom to move around, electronic devices permitted, visual story where possible.
Our cinemas are equipped with the latest DTS Access technology, including hearing assist, audio description and – for specified performances – soft subtitling.
Touch tours are a service offered alongside an audio described performance. They are behind the scenes tours in order for visually impaired patrons to walk on the set, feel costumes and props, and get an account of where these things appear in the show, and their relevance to the story.
Tours are free of charge but are specifically for visually impaired patrons and their companions.
Visitors with limited mobility
We have wheelchair spaces for each performance. These spaces must be booked in advance and Box Office staff can advise on availability of these seats.
Eden Court also has a number of wheelchairs available for customer use. If use of a wheelchair would make it easier for you to access our building, we would recommend booking in advance to ensure availability.