Some Guys Have All The Luck is a fantastic theatre production celebrating the life and career of Rod Stewart, one of rock music's greatest icons. Featuring a fantastic live band with impeccable credits, the show takes the audience through Rod's incredible story from his humble beginnings street busking and singing in the R 'n B clubs of the 60's through to worldwide superstardom and record sales in excess of 130 million!
In the words of Rod Stewart’s brother, Don Stewart - “I've seen some Rods in my time, but this is the best show I've ever seen.”
Access description: Level access into the foyer. Box Office on your left. 10 steps down to the stalls. 20 steps up to the circle. Staircases have highlights and handrails. Wheelchair lift to the stalls. Foyer is open all day, circle 45min and stalls 30min prior to performances.
Sound Amplification: Induction loop system with approx. 24 headsets - ask a member of staff upon arrival at the theatre. Guide Dogs: Guide dogs are allowed into the auditorium. Staff are also willing to dog sit if you prefer.
Disabled Access: Level access to the foyer. Platform lift down 10 steps - ask the duty manager to operate it. 3 spaces for wheelchair users at XX50, YY50, ZZ50 (the last 2 on a slight slope). Transfer seating to any aisle seat. People with motorised wheelchairs or wheelchairs (maximum 3) can go in Box B - the entrance is to the side of the theatre on Bainbridge Street. Slightly restricted view of the stage from the box. Wheelchair users must bring a non-disabled companion (Box B only).
Toilets: Men’s and women’s off Stalls and Circle
Disabled Toilets: Adapted toilet towards front left of Stalls and one adjacent to Box B