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TMA is keen to promote equality of opportunity for people with disabilities and to take the necessary steps to meet their requirements.

Both of our venues are wheelchair accessible with ground floor access to our performance spaces, our bars and our adapted toilets.

In The Georgian Theatre, we have a section of our ground floor bar that is lowered for wheelchair users; in The Green Room, this currently isn't in place, however, a member of staff will be happy to help you if needed.  

We recognise that people with accessibility requirements may need to have someone with them. For this, we offer a free ticket to personal assistants / carers. Simply book your ticket and then email your booking reference number to the address below.

If you consider yourself to be disabled but you don't use a wheelchair and find it uncomfortable at standing events; please contact us after you book your tickets and we can arrange to provide you with a seat. This will usually be a folding chair that you can use as little or as often as required throughout the event for your comfort.

Nearly all of our music events are non-seated

At events where seating at tables is offered as standard - usually smaller, cabaret style shows e.g. comedy - please email us to reserve a seat or a table.

If you need any assistance during your visit, please don't hesitate to ask a member of staff.

If you need any advice or information before your visit - or would like to leave feedback or a suggestion afterwards; we can be contacted at 


Big Society Capital
Key Fund
Lottery Funded Arts Council
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
Supported by prs foundation
Youth Music