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Access at the Playhouse

Built in 1866, the Playhouse is a grade II listed theatre. Unfortunately, older buildings can be access limited but we are constantly striving to improve our facilities to ensure you have an enjoyable visit.

Liverpool Playhouse - Auditorium Circle (c) Brian Roberts
Playhouse auditorium

Rows A-H are level access. 
Rows J-M have one small step up before you can take your seats.
We have five wheelchair spaces: Four on the side aisles of rows F&H and one on the centre aisle of row J.

Seats F22&F23 are level access. Either two free standing seats, or one seat and a wheelchair space can be arranged here.

Currently no level access seats or spaces for people who use a wheelchair.

View Playhouse seating plan.

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