THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE
Wycombe Swan Theatre
3 April 2017 – 8 April 2017
Wycombe Swan Theatre is located in the heart of High Wycombe, and it's easy to get here no matter how you travel.
Entrance to the Main Theatre is via the Ticket Office on St Mary's Street. Ticket Office is open Mon - Sat from 10am-6pm and 90 minutes before shows on a Sunday or Bank Holidays. The foyers are opened 2 ½ hours before a show Mon - Sat, and 1 hour 30mins before on a Sun.
Entrance to the Town Hall and Oak Room is via Queen Victoria Road (opposite the Council Offices)
Chiltern Railways provide fast and frequent services to High Wycombe. The station is just 5 minutes walk away from the theatre on Amersham hill. Visitchilternrailways.co.uk for train times and tickets.
If you are travelling in a group of 3 or 4, then buy a GroupSave* ticket from any staffed ticket office. With GroupSave 3 or 4 people can travel together Off-Peak for the price of 2 adults.
* Terms and Conditions apply. See Chiltern Railways Website for details.
Arriva are the principal bus operator in the High Wycombe Area, with routes serving all of the major urban and rural areas. High Wycombe's bus station is located within walking distance to the theatre.
Wycombe District Council have allocated a drop-off/pick-up point for coaches and minibuses outside the entrance to the theatre located on St Mary Street. Please be advised this is a no waiting area. There is coach and minibus parking available at Bellfield car park (payable) and at the park and ride car park situated at Cressex, High Wycombe.
For further details on bus/coach parking, please visit the Wycombe District Council Website
Wycombe Swan Theatre is located on St. Mary Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP11 2XE. The theatre is in the centre of High Wycombe, 5 minutes from Junction 4 of the M40, only 40 minutes from the centre of London or Oxford (M40/A40), and 30 minutes away from both Aylesbury (A4010) and Reading (A4010/M4/A4).
Please allow plenty of time to park in High Wycombe town centre, especially during market days (Tue, Fri and Sat).
The Pay & Display Car Park at Wycombe Swan Theatre has 316 spaces including 15 disabled bays and a height restriction of 6'8' (2.06m).
ANPR (Automatic Number plate Recognition) now operates in this car park. The new system is designed primarily as a pay as you leave (return to car park) and is a ticketless system. Simply park your vehicle and pay on leaving the car park, you will just need to remember your Vehicle registration number when paying. Pay kiosks are located in both ground floor lift lobbies.
Ways to pay:
At the kiosk insert vehicle number and follow on screen instructions.
Normally the screen will find your vehicle and advise charge – if not it will ask you time of entry and then the charge will be displayed.
Coins or cards are accepted.
Can I still pay on arrival if I wish?
YES – if you want to beat the queue and pay on arrival, visit the machine and follow screen instruction and ‘Add Time’, then pay.
Can I pay later if I have no coins or card?
YES – if you are stuck or in a hurry, you can leave the car park and pay on-line later – Up to 24 hours after leaving the car park! – go On-line www.wdc.veripark.co.uk and follow ‘Pay Now’ button
Traffic flow can be slow, particularly when matinee audiences leave as evening audiences arrive.
Alternative parking includes Automatic Number plate Recognition Easton Street car park just a 2 minute walking distance of the Theatre with 494 spaces.
Newland Pay-On-Foot car park at Eden Shopping Centre has 1570 spaces located on Lily's Walk just 10 minutes from the Theatre.
More information regarding car parking in High Wycombe can be found at www.wycombe.gov.uk.
Park and Ride
The Park and Ride service is ideal for matinees and is great value. Running every 15 minutes from 7am to 8.15pm Mondays to Fridays and from 8am to 7.15pm on Saturdays the easy access buses take you right to Wycombe Swan's Town Hall entrance. The spacious and secure free car park is at Cressex, signed from the M40 Junction 4 at Handy Cross and from the A4010 at Chapel Lane. More information can be found at www.wycombeparkandride.com.
Wycombe Swan is accessable for all.
The main auditorium has space for up to 12 wheelchair users in the stalls; the Old Town Hall for up to 5. Registered disabled patrons pay the lowest ticket price available, and if accompanied by a carer, the carers' ticket is free of charge.
There are free spaces for holders of Disabled Persons Blue Badge in the adjacent Swan Car Park and level access through to the Ticket Office, foyer, bars, toilets and stalls level of the auditorium. There is a lift to the Circle and Upper Circle foyers and also to the Oak Room from the Old Town Hall.
If guide dogs are accompanying patrons, please advise the Ticket Office so that seating with suitable access can be arranged. If necessary please advise us of your requirements at the time of booking so that staff may be prepared for your visit.
Wycombe Swan organises sign-language interpreted performances for some of the biggest shows of the year.
Wycombe Swan's auditorium has a wireless infra-red (Sennheiser) system, this technology uses an invisible infra red light to connect sound source and listener. Sennheiser Infrared audio transmission systems are an effective alternative to hard wired systems. Listeners wear an infrared receiver with headphones, headset or stethoset. Receivers can be collected from the Cloakroom in the Stalls Foyer.
Stage Tours for Visually Impaired
Pre-performance tours of the stage set for the visually impaired can be arranged for individuals or groups. Please contact us to arrange a mutually convenient time.
For further information please contact 01494 512000.