Visiting the Theatre
We want to make your trip to Norwich Theatre Royal as easy and simple as possible, so you and your students can concentrate on enjoying the workshop or show.
We recommend that teachers read our short Teacher’s Guide to Visiting the Theatre, especially if they have not visited Norwich Theatre Royal before.
We also have a Student’s Guide to Visiting the Theatre, suitable for secondary school pupils.
We are currently producing a brand new film for primary schools to share with their pupils about visiting the theatre. This film will be online by October 2018.
Our Learning and Education team can help with any other enquiries. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 598 600
Virtual tours of Norwich Theatre Royal and Stage Two, our Learning and Participation centre, are available on our website. The can be used before their visit, to help familiarise pupils with the venue.
A summary of Norwich Theatre Royal’s Safeguarding policy can be found here. A copy of the full policy is available upon request
A copy of Norwich Theatre Royal’s Public Liability Insurance certificate can be found here.
While we ask attendees not to eat or drink during performances, many shows have a 20 minute interval, which is an excellent opportunity for refreshments.
To make coordinating your interval easier, you may wish to pre-order ice creams or drinks for your groups. Pre-orders can be made by completing an order form and sending it with payment to the address on the form, or alternatively handing it to the Welcome Point, with payment, on your arrival at the theatre.
We strive to make Norwich Theatre Royal accessible for all. If there is anything we can do to support your visit please get in touch. Full information about what we offer can be found on our Access Information page.
There is no on-site parking for coaches or minibuses at Norwich Theatre Royal. There is a coach drop-off layby opposite the Theatre on Theatre Street. Access to the Theatre is across a zebra crossing.
Coaches and minibuses can park at Lower Clarence Road, situated behind the Norwich railway station, Norwich City Football Club, on non-match days and Harford Park & Ride, situated on the A140 Ipswich Road and A47 junction.
Minibuses can also park at surface carparks on Rouen Road and Chantry Road. For more information visit www.norwich.gov.uk