Whitechapel - Halloween 2016
Customers are advised to arrive 15 minutes before the show time to ensure the show starts on time.
How long is the show?
Where is it?
Exact directions from Whitechapel underground: Turn right out of the station onto Whitechapel Road. Cross through the pedestrian lights and turn left along Whitechapel Road. Walk approximately three minutes before turning right onto Sidney Street (there is a Barclays bank on the corner). Continue south down Sidney Street until you reach 1888 Sidney Street. The door to the production is opposite to the entrance of Lindley Street. If you reach Stepney Way, you’ve gone too far.
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Whitechapel is the closest station to the show and the venue is walking distance.
If I am 10 minutes late can I still join in?
Can I take photos?
Will I have to run during the show?
What if I can’t print my ticket?
What should I wear?
Can I buy tickets on the door?
Can I check my coat in somewhere?
We will have a cloakroom available on the night – please check your items in 20 minutes before your advised arrival time. We advise you don’t bring the kitchen sink and bring as little as possible with you. Coat & bag check will be charged at £1 so please bring change, all proceeds going to Refuge Charity.
AGE & SUITABILITY
How old do I need to be to book tickets?
Will I be able to leave the show at any point?
LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY
Is there parking?
ACCESS AND MEDICAL CONSIDERATIONS
What if I have light or hearing sensitivities or a heart condition?
If you have light-triggered epilepsy you will still be able to enjoy the full experience, though we require that you email us so we can place you in an appropriate group.
Anyone suffering from a heart condition should email us prior to booking on email@example.com
What if I’m pregnant?
What if I suffer from claustrophobia?
Do you have disability access?
If you have any mobility issues and are still keen to come to the show we suggest you contact us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are on crutches/ in a moonboot/in a cast/in a sling it is entirely at your own risk if you choose to attend the show.