Watch The Pride Trailer
Brighton Venue Information
14 - 18 January 2014
Theatre Royal Brighton
New Road
Brighton
East Sussex
BN1 1SD

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Directions

By train:
Theatre Royal Brighton is situated only five minutes walk from Brighton rail station; with frequent train services serving London and the South East.

By road:
From the M23/A23, follow the signs to the town centre. There is parking nearby for over 3,000 cars.

Parking:
Parking in Brighton is cheaper between 5:30pm and midnight, 7 days a week when pre-booked with NCP at least 24 Hours in advance.

Contact Information



Telephone Booking: 0844 871 7650
Customer Service: 0844 871 7627
Groups Bookings: 0844 871 7617
Access Bookings: 0844 871 7677
Stage Door / Admin:* 01273 764400

*please note it is not possible to assist with bookings on this number






Manchester Venue Information
20 - 24 January 2014
Opera House Manchester
3 Quay Street
Manchester
M3 3HP

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Directions

By car:

Manchester is served by an excellent Motorway network:

- M62 Leeds, Humber ports, Liverpool
- M6 Birmingham, London, Scotland
- M56 Chester, North Wales
- M61 Preston
- M60 Motorway ring road around the city

The nearest car parks are Spinningfields on New Quay Street (£7.00 for 6 hours any time over this will be charged the normal rate) and Great Northern (£7.00 for 6 hours; again anything over this will be charged at normal rate).

For those with a sat nav the postcode for Spinningfields is M3 3BE and the postcode for Great Northern is M2 5QA

To get the discounted parking rate you must bring your car park ticket to the cloakroom at the theatre for it to be validated.

By train:
The Opera House is close to the Deansgate Station and also the Oxford Road station is 10 mins away. Piccadilly train station is only 1 mile from the theatre.

By tram:
The nearest tram stop is St Peters Square

By coach:
Coaches operate from the coach station at Manchester Central. This follows an extensive refurbishment of the site, formerly known as Chorlton Street Coach Station.

By bus:
The Opera House is situated on Quay Street and is on and close to all the major bus routes.

Contact Information



Telephone Booking: 0844 871 3018
Customer Service: 0844 871 7627
Groups Bookings: 0844 871 3038 manchestergroups@theambassadors.com
Access Bookings: 0844 871 7677
Stage Door / Admin:* 0161 828 1700

*please note it is not possible to assist with bookings on this number






Richmond Venue Information
27 January - 1 February 2014
Richmond Theatre
The Green
Richmond
Surrey
TW9 1QJ

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Directions

By Car:
Approach by the A316.

By Train:

20 minutes from Waterloo (SW Trains), 15 minutes by tube (District Line) from Hammersmith or London Overground from North London.

By Bus:

Bus routes 27, 33, 37, 65 and 71 all pass nearby the theatre.
For more details visit TFL

Closest Tube:
Richmond

Contact Information



Telephone Booking: 0844 871 7651 Opening hours: Mon - Sat 9am - 10pm and Sun 10am - 8pm (hours may vary on bank holidays)
Customer Service: 0844 871 7627
Groups Bookings: 0844 871 7696
Access Bookings: 0844 871 7677
Stage Door / Admin:* 020 8332 4500

*please note it is not possible to assist
with bookings on this number






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The Times
“Thought-provoking, witty and deeply affecting”
The Independent
“Superb. A work of art”
Guardian
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Time Out
“Harry Hadden-Paton is painfully good”
The Independent
“Al Weaver is touching and witty”
Daily Telegraph