How To BookBooking your tickets at the Gracie Fields Theatre couldn't be simpler. Please read the information provided below and our terms and conditions of booking.
Viewing restrictions are very limited in our 688 capacity tiered auditorium, there are no pillars or blocking walls to contend with! For details of any viewing restrictions and access information, please view our seating plan.
Telephone0843 208 1835 Lines open Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 8pm, Sunday 10am - 8pm,
Bank Holidays 10am - 6pm*
*Excludes Christmas Day
In personThe box office is situated just inside the foyer within the main reception.
Tickets can be booked in person Monday - Wednesday 11am - 4pm.
OnlineYou can book online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and choose your own seats by following our easy to use online booking system. Click here to book tickets >.
Booking feesBooking fees of 10% are applicable to all bookings made over the phone or online with a minimum of £1.25 per ticket. A transaction fee of £2.00 is applicable per booking.
Ticket deliveryTickets are generally posted at the time of booking. Any specific delivery instructions will be printed on your booking confirmation.
Please note tickets purchased less than 7 working days prior to the performance date will be for collection from the box office only.
Babes in ArmsBabes in arms are defined as children under the age of 18 months.
Babes in arms are only permitted in the auditorium during suitable family performances.
During these performances, babes in arms are permitted entry to the auditorium free of charge if the child will be sitting on an adults lap at all times.
If a patron wishes to have the child sit in their own seat, or in an infant car seat, a ticket must be purchased.
Infant car seats are not permitted in the theatre unless a paid ticket has been purchased for the child’s seat. In the event there are no seats available to accommodate the car seat, or a ticket hasn't been purchased, it must be left with the duty manager. For safety reasons, car seats must not be left on the floor or in the aisles in the auditorium.
If a child becomes restless and is causing a disturbance our staff will request the patron to leave the auditorium with the child. We hope you understand this is for the comfort and enjoyment of the audience.