The Coronet Theatre has been awarded £5000 from the the Theatres Trust towards the installation of a hearing loop at The Coronet Theatre, helping to improve access.
In a statement they announced that ‘With the introduction of an induction loop, our theatre, dance and music productions can be enjoyed properly by anyone with hearing loss who uses a hearing aid. The work will be carried-out over the summer so that it will be ready for the September launch of our new production, Youth Without God by Christopher Hampton.’
‘The Coronet Theatre was built in 1898 and is Grade II listed, making it a challenge to improve access to all audiences. The induction loop will allow a wider audience to attend and enjoy our theatre and represents the first step on our journey to making The Coronet Theatre truly accessible for all. ‘
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