Venues

The Garage

The Garage

About the Venue

The Garage is a hub for performing arts, a creative playground – from first steps to professionals; it’s a safe place for everyone to learn, experience and create, to be inspired to succeed.

Located in Norwich The Garage is an important creative space for the communities of Norfolk and beyond. Working with local and national partners to provide high quality performing arts programming, participation, education and training for all ages. It is a place for everyone but has a particular focus on young people from all backgrounds.

Getting There

By Bus Regular buses and trains run to Norwich from locations around Norfolk and from outside the county.

By Car There is no parking on site, but there is a drop-off layby directly outside The Garage on Chapel Field North street. Please note there is not a dropped kerb to the pavement in the drop-off layby. Nearby parking is available at The Forum, Chapelfield and Chantry Road car park, all with Blue Badge parking spaces. There is further Blue Badge parking on Theatre Street (opposite the Assembly House approximately 2 minutes away).

Accessibility

There is a level entrance with automatic doors. Each of the studios and the theatre has a flat entrance and those not on the ground floor can be reached via the internal lift.’

Toilets
There are wheelchair accessible toilets with shower on each main floor and in dressing room 3 with colour contrast. The signage on internal doors is duplicated in braille.

Hearing loop?
No

Assistance dogs allowed?
Yes

The Garage, Chapel Field North, Norwich, UK

01603 283382

www.thegarage.org.uk/

Accessibility Information

  • Assistance dog
  • Internal lift
  • Level entrance
  • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
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