Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

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Inspired by the rolling Chiltern Hills, the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre can be found in the heart of Aylesbury.

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In a town with a long history of performing arts at its roots, Aylesbury Waterside delivers a programme of diverse live entertainment, including Olivier Award-winning productions, and has marked the start of the town’s regeneration. The theatre has attracted international interest in the world of construction and architecture as a landmark building, and boasting a dynamic and diverse programme of live performances, visitors can enjoy world-class entertainment including electrifying West End productions, unparalleled comedy, stunning dance and the best children’s shows.

This is a great venue to see a show with events on throughout the year – a popular choice for a Saturday or Sunday or Monday to Friday.

Click on one of the following links: browse the site which shows the dates of each performance, choose your seat from the seating plan – and book your ticket.

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Exchange Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UG

Aylesbury Theatre Seating Plan

For Access bookings and enquiries please call 0800 912 6971.
Typetalk booking line: 18001 0871 297 5477.
Aylesbury Theatre Access

Venue Access Information
There are eight wheelchair positions with companion seats, six in the stalls and two in Circle 1

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre has an infra-red sound amplification system with headsets and necklaces. Necklace: Suitable for persons wearing a hearing aid, the necklace is worn around the neck. Whilst wearing the necklace switch your hearing aid to the ‘T’ setting and the sound is amplified. The necklace has an adjustable volume control. Headset: This device amplifies sound through earpieces similar to regular headphones. Suitable for persons without a hearing aid.

Guide, hearing and other working dogs are welcome in all parts of the theatre.

There are separate, accessible toilet facilities located at each of the principal seating levels.

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Exchange St, Aylesbury HP20 1UG


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the opening hours for Aylesbury Waterside Theatre?

The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre is open for patrons to attend a show 90 minutes prior to the performance commencing. Customers are able to take advantage of our theatres bar facilities while waiting for the auditorium seats to be available, which is usually 30 minutes prior to the show.

Where can I park near The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre?

There are plenty of car parks nearby Aylesbury Waterside Theatre within easy walking distance of the theatre: Exchange Street Car Park – Open 24 hr / 7 Day (This is our main car park and is located on the opposite side of the road from theatre, a one minute walk from the theatre entrance. It can be found by entering the postcode HP20 1UG into most satnavs). For more information please visit Exchange Street car park (Aylesbury) | Buckinghamshire Council Walton Street - Multi storey - Open 24 hr / 7 Day For more information, please visit Walton Street car park (Aylesbury) | Buckinghamshire Council Upper Hundreds - Multi storey - Open 24 hr / 7 Day For more information, please visit Upper Hundreds car park (Aylesbury) | Buckinghamshire Council Hampden House Multi storey - Open 7am - 8pm For more information, please visit Hampden House car park (Aylesbury) | Buckinghamshire Council Waterside North Car Park - Open 24 hr / 7 Day For more information, please visit Waterside North car park (Aylesbury) | Buckinghamshire Council

How do I contact the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre?

Contact Number for all Enquiries: 0844 871 7627

Can I wear jeans to the theatre?

Very few theatres operate a dress policy, and though traditionally evening performances are more formal than matinees, nobody will lambast you for wearing denim after 7pm.

How old is Aylesbury Waterside Theatre?

Building work commenced in 2007 and the Waterside Theatre officially opened on 12 October 2010.

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