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Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking GlassLeicester Drama Society Youth Theatre
Grease: The MusicalWAOS
Ceri Dupree: Immaculate Deception
The Counterfeit Seventies
Table MannersLeicester Drama Society
The Darling Buds of MayLeicester Drama Society
Dracula: A Comedy of TerrorsLeicester Drama Society
Frank Sinatra: The Movie Years
Shadowing Hank
Seriously Collins – A Tribute to Phil Collins and Genesis
Word Up 80s
Cilla and the Swinging Sixties
Past Tents
Play in a Week Summer SchoolLDS
Disney’s Beauty and the BeastKW Productions
The Wizard of OzIDOLS
Down for the Count: A Century of Swing
The Carpenters Experience
The Queen Story
Beautiful: The Carole King MusicalKPAOS
Sleeping BeautyLeicester Drama Society
The Same Faces: Improvised Comedy
Jersey Beats – Oh What A Nite!
The Fleetwood Mac Songbook
The Dazzling Diamonds
The George Harrison Project
Ultimate Classic Rock Show
Supersonic Queen
The Upbeat Beatles



The Little Theatre provides a range of facilities for disabled people and members of the deaf community.

For wheelchair users, a visit to our theatre does not involve negotiating stairs or heavy doors. We have fully automatic main doors with no steps between the pavement and most of the ground floor. There is a wheelchair ramp into the theatre bar.

There is also a fire-safe lift between the ground floor and the main auditorium, which may be used by wheelchair users and those with walking difficulties.

Spaces for wheelchairs are made available at all performances, as shown on our seating plan (row D coloured pink), with the provision for escorts’ seats (D4 and E1, coloured blue). Seats C1-3 are removed for access.

Wheelchair patrons are requested to be in the foyer half an hour before the performance begins to ensure that Front of House staff are available to assist you.

There are toilet facilities for disabled people on each of the two floors of the theatre.

Concessionary ticket prices apply to wheelchair users and one escort.

Note that some backstage areas of the theatre are difficult to access for wheelchair users.


For patrons with impaired hearing, an infra red amplification system is provided. Headsets may be borrowed from the Front of House staff in the Foyer.


For visually impaired patrons, we offer a touch tour at 13:00 before the Saturday matinee performances of LDS shows. Our volunteers will talk you through what to expect from the show, there will be the opportunity to meet some of the cast and to be introduced to and feel props, set and costume.

After the tour, stay with us for the matinee performance at 14:30.

If you’d like to attend a touch tour just give us a ring on 0116 254 2266 and we can book you in.

Early booking is advisable making clear your special requirements.



Also for LDS shows we offer a free CD with detailed descriptions on the cast, characters and costumes. We send this through the post on the week of the performance.

If you would like a CD to be sent to you just give us a ring on 0116 254 2266.