National Theatre (Lyttelton Theatre)
Named after Oliver Lyttelton, Viscount Chandos, whose parents were among the earliest effective campaigners for the National Theatre and who was himself its first chairman, the Lyttelton Theatre has an adjustable proscenium. It can be turned into an open-end stage or see the addition of an orchestra pit for up to 20 musicians.
There are no eye-blocking pillars, circle rails, or other items blocking your view, and you can see and hear almost equally well from each of ithe 890 seats in the theatre.
The main entrance is located on the riverside walkway.
Map & Directions: National Theatre (Lyttelton Theatre)
WHEELCHAIR SPACES: Yes
DISABLED TOILETS: Yes
ACCESSIBILITY: Stagetext Captioned performances and audio-described performances available
NEAREST TUBE/RAIL STATION: Waterloo
BUSES: 1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 341, 521, X68 and RV1
NEAREST CAR PARKS: National Theatre Car Park
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