INFORMATION FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Royal Albert Hall

Singers. We regularly consult the Royal Albert Hall over suitable seats for singers who might have mobility problems, or suffer from vertigo or need extra space for a braille score. Please tell us at the time of booking if you have special requirements. For more information, please see our FAQs covering Royal Albert Hall concerts.

If you are booking audience seats directly with the Royal Albert Hall, the Hall has provision for people with various disabilities: please visit their website (https://www.royalalberthall.com/plan-your-visit-essential-safety-information/accessibility/) for details.

Overseas events

Scratch Concerts Ltd runs its overseas singing holidays in conjunction with Specialised Travel Concert Touring Ltd, and both companies will always try to accommodate the needs of those whose disabilities affect their ability to take part in our events. It should be noted, however, that not all disabilities can be catered for on such holidays. You should tell STCTL of your needs at the earliest possible opportunity, and they will discuss with you what is possible. Please be advised that you may be asked to travel with an able-bodied companion; in certain circumstances it may be necessary to point out that a particular tour is unsuitable. We recommend you read STCTL’s own Terms & Conditions (noting Clause 10 in particular): download/view them here (opens in a new window).