Companion Ticket: If you need a support person to attend events they are entitled to a free companion or personal assistance ticket. To book contact our Box Office.
Assistance Dogs: Gilded Balloon welcomes Assistance Dogs in all of our venues. Please ask a member of staff on arrival if you require any assistance. To let us know you are bringing an Assistant dog please contact our Box Office.
Customers with Medical Requirements: We have trained First Aiders in each of our venues. If you need to bring food, drink or medication with you, we are happy to accommodate this. Please contact a member of staff if you need assistance.
Early Access: We endeavour to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the Fringe in a comfortable and secure environment. If you require extra time or would like to request a specific seat please contact the box office team before the performance. On the day please speak to a member of staff, and our team will do their best to accommodate your request.
Edinburgh during the Fringe: The roads and streets of Edinburgh become extremely congested during Fringe. We suggest that all patrons bear this in mind and leave extra time to travel to our venues.
Euan’s Guide: To see reviews of our venues and to add your own reviews we recommend Euan’s Guide: www.euansguide.com. We welcome your feedback and regularly check reviews on Euan’s Guide to hopefully improve.
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British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation:
A signed performance is a show that incorporates sign language that benefits those who use sign language. Trained BSL interpreters will generally will stand at the side of the stage, ensuring that the entire audience can fully engage with the artistic experience.
Relaxed performances are shows designed to be more inclusive for individuals with disabilities or sensory sensitivities or anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment. They offer a relaxed atmosphere, sensory adjustments, to provide a comfortable experience for all.
During a Captioned Performance the actors’ words appear as visible text on screens at the same time as they are spoken, as well as sound effects and off-stage noises. These can be beneficial for D/deaf or hard of hearing people, people with learning disabilities or also those for whom English is not their first language.
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