The Civic has a Loop for those who are hard of hearing.
The main auditorium has the facility for 2 wheelchair bays in row A. Please advise the box office of your requirements when booking. It is not possible to book wheelchair accessible seating online.
Seating for the rest of the Theatre, both in the Rows and Balcony is only accessible via steps and has a good view from all seats.
The Civic has accessible toilet facilities.
The main entrance is on ground level. For those arriving via the carpark, there is ramp access to the Theatre for disabled people attending evening and Saturday matinee performances.
The Civic hosts a wide range of events, some of which might not be suitable for everyone. This could include bad language, scenes of an adult nature or violence. All of our events come with an Age Guidance rating on our web pages and online.
If you are unsure at the time of booking, please contact one of our Box Office Team who will be able to advise you further.
When a performance is suitable for all and young children might be attending, we have a limited number of booster seats available but if your child has a car seat feel free to bring it in. You will also need to purchase a Babe in Arms Ticket from the Box Office on the night.
See Families for more information.
Patrons who may not be able to attend the theatre unaccompanied and their carer are entitled to a concession ticket. These must be booked through the Box Office. Please bring relevant ID and documentation, such as an Family Carers Ireland card, IAA Autism ID card, or an associated membership card, GP letter or hospital consultant letter which confirms the visitor is unable to visit The Civic independently without the aid of a carer or mobility aid.
The Civic offers a range of performances that are made accessible to specific groups of people.
Main Auditorium Seating Plan