Following recent improvements, The Old Vic is now more accessible than ever. There is a step-free entrance on Waterloo Road with lift access to the Box Office, inner foyer, Penny bar and cafe and stalls level of the auditorium. Once inside the auditorium there are up to 10 wheelchair spaces at every performance, including gaps that allow for two wheelchairs to be positioned side-by-side. 

The theatre’s next production is Tinuke Craig’sfive-star revival of Jitney, August Wilson’s (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom) groundbreaking modern classic exploring the fragile bond between eight men as they live, love and work in a racially segregated, post-Vietnam America.

Jim Becker and his unlicensed drivers take the people of Pittsburgh Hill District where regular taxi cabs won’t – healing old wounds and tearing new ones as they pass the time in a condemned taxi rank between pick-ups.

Performances run 09 Jun–09 Jul, with evening performances at 7.30pm and Wed and Sat matinees at 2.30pm. There are also the following access performances, which are open to all:

BSL performance: Mon 20 Jun, 7.30pm
Relaxed performance (also audio described and captioned): Sat 25 Jun, 2.30pm
Captioned performance: Mon 27 Jun, 7.30pm
Audio described performance: Fri 01 Jul, 7.30pm (Touch Tour, 5.30pm)

Before booking, join The Old Vic’s free Access Membership. Access Members can book the best tickets to suit their requirements for £20, including seats at access performances, wheelchair spaces, aisle seats or seats with more leg room. Visit the website for more information and a 360-degree view of the front of house spaces and auditorium. | 0344 871 7628

An Old Vic, Headlong & Leeds Playhouse co-production

Jitney is generously supported by the American Associates of The Old Vic