Your visit at Puppet theater Tittut
You pay for your tickets at the theatre box office prior to the performance – it is not possible to collect tickets in advance. We take cards and Swish. No cash payments. The theatre box office opens on weekends an hour before the performance, and 30 minutes before on weekdays. In case of cancellation or questions, please contact the box office ticket(at)dockteaternttittut.se or on 08-720 75 99 during phone hours.
For pre-schools: After the 10.45 performance there’s room in the foyer area to have snacks and drinks, though we need the premises cleared by 12.00. This is not possible following the 9.15 performance as it would clash with the next show.
If you want to stay to have lunch it is important to contact the box office at biljett(@)dockteaterntittut.se – we can’t accommodate too many groups at the same time.
Please leave pushchairs and prams at home if possible. Our entrance has very limited space, however there is a pram cable on the outside of the building which you can lock them to.
NOTE! Bring your own lock.
From the front door (110 cm wide) a short staircase (4 steps) leads to the cloakroom, ticket office and toilets. Then another flight of stairs (7 steps) to the foyer and auditorium. There are ramps and handrails at both staircases and staff are available during performances. The staff lay out ramps if required and are happy to help. The number of places for wheelchairs in the auditorium is limited to three. We need to be notified in advance of visitors who are wheelchair-users. If good notice is given we can arrange visual interpreters. Unfortunately the venue lacks hearing loops or a disabled toilet.
On Fridays, young children can accompany their older siblings to the performance. Ticket prices on these “Sibling Fridays” are the same regardless of age, except for children up to 6 months old, who can go for free. At other performances we make sure the lower age limit is respected so that all the children in our audience can have the best possible experience.
How is it going to the theatre with young children? Children’s reactions during performances are welcomed. Children talking or making comments doesn’t necessarily mean they aren’t focussed on the show, rather it can be a sign of engagement. Sometimes, however, children become so excited that they want to go on stage which can disturb the experience for others. If this happens we would ask you to help the child back to their seat or take a break outside in the foyer. If you think the child may get anxious or find it uncomfortable when the lighting is dimmed, it can be a good idea to place yourself and the child near the exit, so you can sneak out and in again without disturbing others in the audience.