Hearing help for theatregoers

We understand how frustrating it can be when trying to appreciate a live performance. Because of this, we have developed our Theatre Hearing Guide – designed to help you get the most out of every show.  Simply search for any venue on our database below to find the facilities they have available for your hearing needs.  Most offer hearing aid induction loops.

Hearing Theatre Guide

Contact information, as well as details of any additional discounts available, can be found for each venue listed. Here are some helpful links to follow if you want to find out more about venue accessibility:


All information has been adapted from each venues’ website.

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Wembley Arena

There is a hearing loop system in the Arena, and headsets or neck loops are available on the day. To book tickets in the areas that are covered by the system, please call the Access Line on 020 8782 5629 – leave a message and a member of staff will call you back.

020 8782 5629

Wigmore Hall

A hearing loop is installed in the hall, which can be used by switching your hearing aid to the ‘T’ position. They are also installing two new and separate hearing loops this Summer; downstairs in the Bechstein room, which is a function space that can be divided into two rooms. This is where the venue often has special events and pre-concert talks, as well as study group sessions.

020 7258 8287

Wyndham’s Theatre

Infra-red system with 20 headsets. ID, and a £10 deposit required. Collect headsets from the Stalls kiosk / cloakroom.

0844 482 5120