We enjoy welcoming everyone to Cast we’re working hard to make sure your visit is extra special. We're proud to feature on Disabled Go, an accessible guide that provides in-depth information about our accessibility, which you can refer to here: https://www.disabledgo.com/access-guide/doncaster-metropolitan-borough-council/cast

Social Story

Cast's Social Story charts a typical visit to the theatre in a comic strip style which can help autistic people develop greater social understanding and stay safe during their visit.


Toilets are a big factor when planning a trip. We love loos, and we do our best to make sure that even at busy events, you can always find a toilet that meets your needs.

The toilets are on all levels at the back of the theatre, with two accessible toilets on the ground level and one on the first floor which can be accessed by lift. There is also a Changing Places toilet with a fully adjustable adult sized changing bench, shower unit and ceiling track hoist. At least two accessible toilets with space for one disabled person with a small chair are in both ladies toilet blocks (four downstairs, two upstairs), and our accessible toilets on the ground and first floors have a baby change facility with space for up to two carers.

Learning disability, autistic spectrum condition, sensory and communication disorders

Cast is supportive to and accepting of audience members autistic spectrum conditions, sensory and communication disorders or learning disabled people during all our performances throughout the year.

Familiarisation visit

If new places cause anxiety or a bit more organisation for you, we'd be happy to offer a familiarisation visit and show you around. Please contact our Box Office Manager at [email protected] or pop in and we'll get it arranged for you. 

Ear Defenders

Our children's ear defenders are ideal for children with Autism and sensory processing issues who are sensitive to noise and certain sounds. Please ask at the Box Office when you arrive for ear defenders. 

Blue Badge Parking

Click here to find details on the approved local Blue Badge Parking.

Seating in the auditorium 

Cast's main auditorium has a lot of space for those customer's visiting us in wheelchairs. 

All of the seats in the stalls from Row I - Row K, as well as Box A and Box B can be accessed entirely without encountering any steps.

All of row G in the circle can be accessed entirely without encountering any steps. 

In both the stalls and the circle the closer you get to the front row seats, the more steps you will encounter. 

Wherever possible there will be an usher present to assist you with any mobility needs. If you have any additional needs please ensure you make Cast aware at the time of booking to ensure your visit is supported as required.