HighTide aims to be welcoming and accessible to all, creating an enjoyable and friendly environment in which to enjoy new British theatre.

Accessible Website

This website has been created and developed with accessibility in mind. We want to make sure that booking tickets and accessing online content is as easy as possible, no matter what device you’re using. However, if there’s something that we’re missing that would help you to get a better experience using our website then we’d love to hear from you. Head to hightide.org.uk/contact

It is possible to increase or decrease the size of all text on the pages of most website. The easiest way to do this is to edit the font sizes in your browser preferences. If you’re unsure how to do this, the best way to find out is to use Google.

Booking Tickets

For booking, information and help, please contact our Box Office on 01728 573 101, or send us an email – hello@hightide.org.uk

Concessions are available for disabled patrons – please ask for details when booking and mention if you require a particular seat. All concessions are limited and subject to availability.

Wheelchair Users

During the festival there are limited spaces for wheelchairs in HighTide Festival venues. Please inform the Box Office at the time of booking if you require a wheelchair space. When you arrive at the theatre, please make yourself known to a member of the Front of House team.

Hard of Hearing and Partially Sighted Patrons

If you are hard-of-hearing or partially sighted and would prefer a seat closer to the stage at your booked performance, please inform the Box Office when booking tickets.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance dogs can be taken into venues, but please tell the Box Office when booking your seat that you have an assistance dog, and intend to bring them to the performance.

Large Print Freesheets

We supply large print freesheets for all performance of HighTide Productions at the Festival, do just ask.

If there’s anything missing from the above, we’d love to hear from you, as we’re always striving as accessible as possible.