Booking a Ticket

Contactless Tickets: All our tickets are issued as e-tickets with QR barcodes, which can be shown on your smartphone / tablet or printed at home. Paper tickets are no longer available. There is no need to go to box office – you can head straight to the auditorium and one of our ushers will scan your ticket.

  • Park200 has reserved seating. You can select your seats from the seating plan when you book, or click ‘best available’.
  • Park90 has unreserved seating. You can sit anywhere you like.

Advance Booking Recommended: We recommend tickets are booked in advance, either on the website or over the phone.

Accessibility: If you have an access need and require additional assistance in booking, please email our box office team on
If we are forced to cancel a performance, you are entitiled to an exchange, to receive a credit note, or to receive a full refund of the face value of the tickets to your payment card.

Ahead of your Visit

Travel: Consider your travel options in advance and try to cycle or walk to the theatre where possible. Please make sure you arrive at the theatre in good time. Please be advised that there is little to no parking available and restrictions apply in the local area. More information on getting here.

Pack Light: Limit the number of unnecessary items you bring to the theatre. We don’t have a cloakroom or bag storage facilities and large bags can’t be taken into the auditorium.

During your visit

Arrive in good time: The auditorium doors will open 20 minutes before the performance starts.

Contactless payments: We ask customers to make contactless payments (without cash) wherever possible.

Latecomers: Please note for reasons of health and safety and audience enjoyment we cannot admit latecomers. We are unable to offer exchanges or refunds on tickets for latecomers.

Frequently Asked Questions

A show I booked for has been cancelled – can I have a refund?

If your production is unable to go ahead for any reason, you will be entitled to a full refund. Alternatively, we can issue a credit note into your Park Theatre account to be used on a future performance. As a small charity with no regular public funding we also welcome ticket donations for those who are able to.

I have a credit note or gift voucher on my Park Theatre account – when can I use this?

Gift vouchers and credit notes are valid for one year from the point of activation. We will reset credit note start dates to be valid from one year from reopening. If you are worried that your credit note or gift card has expired during 2020, please contact the box office and we will be happy to extend the end date to make up for lost time. Your credit note will appear as a payment type when you log in to your account online to book a ticket.

Can I make a donation to the theatre?

Park Theatre is a registered charity (number 11372230) that does not receive regular government or Arts Council funding. We welcome support through donations and our Park Keepers scheme, more information here. Thank you for your support!