How To Book Access Theatre Tickets – Seats For Disabled Patrons

hand holding yellow square hamilton theatre programme, with hamilton stage and set visible in the background

Ever since I started theatre blogging and my chronic illness-friendly reviews, I’ve had messages asking about how I book access theatre tickets and ensure my needs are met. It’s one of those things that I’ve been doing for so long now that it’s become second nature, so these questions really made me take a step back […]

Little Miss Sunshine: A Road Musical at Grand Opera House York

Cast of Little Miss Sunshine on stage sitting in yellow seats representing campervan, laughing and cheering

Press tickets courtesy of Grand Opera House York* in exchange for this review. Links marked with * are affiliate links: I earn a small commission from any sales made through these links, at no extra cost to you! Expectations: 3/5 Reality: 2/5 Chronic illness-friendly: 4/5 Having grown up with the film Little Miss Sunshine being one […]

Saving Money on Theatre Tickets as a Disabled Young Adult [AD]

pippa in formal wear sat in wheelchair holding olivier awards be inspired plaque

  This post and associated social media posts are kindly sponsored by Triple 7 Events. Find out more about them and book some bargains on their website here [AD]. Let’s be honest: being a theatregoer certainly isn’t the most affordable hobby in the world, particularly as a disabled young person. Whilst there ARE affordable shows […]

Standing At The Sky’s Edge (Dementia Friendly) – Sheffield Theatres

faith omole as joy, sat at table looking down into a musical box

[Press tickets kindly #gifted in exchange for this review!] Expectations: 4.5/5 Reality: 4/5 Chronic illness-friendly: 4/5 (Dementia Friendly Performance: keep scrolling for more info!) When my mum found out I would be seeing Sheffield Theatres’ Standing At The Sky’s Edge, she got me in the car and drove us to the Park Hill flats. She […]