INDUSTRIAL ACTION 13-17 DEC
Tara Theatre is located at 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES. The quickest way to get to the venue is via train from Waterloo. In light of the ongoing industrial action, we recommend that you check your journey and leave sufficient time to reach the venue in time for the performance you have booked for. Please see below some of the alternative tube and bus routes to Tara Theatre.
Buses to Earlsfield from Tooting Broadway (Northern Line) – 44/77/270
Take the 44, 77, or 270 from Garratt Lane / Tooting Broadway (Stop N). Get off at Earlsfield (Stop C). 2 minute walk to 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES
Buses to Earlsfield from Wimbledon Station (District Line) – 156 and walk OR 493 & 47/77/270
Walk (2 min) to Alexandra Road / Wimbledon Station. Take 156 (Vauxall) to Revelstoke Road (Stop K). Walk (9 min) to 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES
OR Walk (2 min) to Alexandra Road / Wimbledon Station. Take 493 (Tooting Graveney) to Hazelhurst Estate (Stop SM). Walk (4 min) to Huntspill Street (Stop SC) and take 47, 77, or 270. Get off at Earlsfield (Stop C). 2 minute walk to 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES
Buses to Earlsfield from East Putney (District Line) – 37/337 & 44 OR walk and take the 270
Take 37/337 (Peckham) from East Putney Station (Stop EA). Get off at Wandsworth Town Hall (Stop N). Take 44 (Tooting) from Wandsworth Town Hall (Stop M) to Earlsfield Road (Stop E). 2 minute walk to 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES
OR Walk to Deodar Road (Stop V) and take 270 (Mitcham). Get off at Earlsfield Road (Stop E). 2 minute walk to 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES
Due to the use of full headsets, this will be a more informal, individual experience than an ordinary theatre show, allowing for movement in the auditorium and re-entry if needed wherever possible. You are able to leave our auditorium at any point during a performance.
We understand this has been a difficult time financially for many of us. If you would like to attend an event but are unable to cover the full cost of a ticket at this time, please get in touch with us at email@example.com
7 December, 7pm
BSL & Captioned Performance
10 December, 4pm
17 December, 4pm
Touch Tour & Audio Described Performance
Relaxed performances are for all and provide an inclusive and welcoming environment which can be enjoyed by everyone. At these performances, we have a relaxed approach to noise and movement coming from the audience, allowing and encouraging everyone to relax and respond naturally. There will be additional support from our trained VR hosts, and a break-out space in our Studio.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss any access requirements please email Devashree Pande on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 8333 4457.
This performance features audio references to death and sexual assault, grief, loss and war. The performance also includes short periods of darkness and sudden loud noises.
About Virtual Reality Technology
You will need to be comfortable wearing a VR headset and headphones. It’s fine to wear glasses or contact lenses throughout.
VR may not be suitable for people with some health conditions.
Most people don’t experience any negative reactions to Virtual Reality. However, VR might be disorientating for individuals who are neurodiverse, have hearing or sight impairments, or experience vertigo, epilepsy, dizziness, seizures, motion sickness or fainting.
If you are pregnant or have a pacemaker, please consult with your GP before taking part.
Our VR hosts will be here to provide support and guidance throughout the experience if you need it.
We sanitise all headsets and headphones, before each performance
Trained VR hosts will be present to offer support and guidance throughout the performance if needed.
If you have any questions regarding access requirements, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.