Located on Little Green Street, in the central area of the London Borough of Richmond upon the Thames, the Richmond Theatre is a world-class theatre and event venue. The building, designed by the renowned architect Frank Matcham, exhibits a gorgeous Victorian style and was first opened to the public in 1899. In 1990, the Richmond Theatre was subjected to a major renovation and refurbishment. Featuring an overall seating capacity of 840 visitors, the venue hosts many delightful plays and musicals every week.
Seeing as it benefits from a convenient location in the London Borough of Richmond, the theatre can be accessed via all manners of transportation.
By train and tube: The Richmond Theatre is very close (3-minute walking distance) to the Richmond train and subway station, which serves the tube line District.
By bus: The venue is just a two-minute walk from The Quadrant Richmond bus stop F, which serves the routes 65, 190, 371, 391, 419, 490, 493, H22, H37, N22, R68 and R70.
By car: In case you want to drive to the Richmond Theatre, keep in mind that it is directly connected to the Twickenham Rd/A316 main road.
International: The Richmond Theatre is just a twenty-minute drive from the Heathrow International Airport. Alternatively, after landing at Heathrow you could embark on the tube route Piccadilly.
The parking facility closest to the venue is the NCP Car Park London Richmond Station. Here you will come across a lot of spaces which are reserved exclusively for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
Seeing as the Richmond Theatre does not have a lift, only the Stalls level is accessible to disabled people. Nevertheless, this level has plenty of facilities for people with special needs, like accessible toilets, wheelchair spaces and an induction loop system in the auditorium. The entry of guide dogs and personal assistants is also permitted.