At Waterperry Opera Festival we pride ourselves on meeting the needs of all our visitors
Please do not hesitate to contact our team with any questions or access requirements you may need to make your visit to the festival as relaxing as possible on firstname.lastname@example.org
This page covers:
- About and accessing our performance spaces
- Accessing the House and Gardens
- Discounted tickets for carers
About and accessing our performance spaces:
Front Lawn of Waterperry House (Carmen & The Waterperry Prom)
Amphitheatre (Double Bill & Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes)
Waterperry House Ballroom (Mansfield Park, Young Artist events, Come & Sing and LHF Recital)
The Garden Glade (Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Peter Rabbit's Musical Adventure)
Stone Hedge (King Harald's Saga)
Accessing the House and Gardens:
The garden paths are all on one level; visitors with limited mobility, or are in wheelchairs, may find some uneven ground throughout the garden.
Events are spread out across the Waterperry estate, and the gardens are extensive. Please keep this in mind when planning your visit. If you would like extra time to make your way to a performance space please mention this one of the volunteer stewards who can be found in the Box Office and around the site. Alternatively let us know in advance by emailing: email@example.com
A separate unisex accessible toilet is available in our main toilet block situated in the garden’s main car park.
Access Parking: Access parking is available, if you require access parking please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistance Animals: Assistance animals are welcome to all areas of the festival.
Discounted Tickets for Carers
Access bookers can book a discounted ticket for themselves and one companion or carer if the following categories apply to you.
- Registered disabled
- Have a blue badge
- Receive PIP
- Receive funds from the DVLA
- Have a Disabled Persons Freedom Pass or Railcard