About your visit
Here are a few bits of important information to enhance your next visit to Yeadon Town Hall.
We are located at the very heart of Yeadon - you can’t miss us (just look out for the clock tower!)
Our address is:
Yeadon Town Hall
You’ll either find us by heading down South View Road, a one-way cobbled street that takes you past the medical practice and Methodist Church, or by heading along Yeadon High Street and turning left before you reach Town Street.
The Town Hall car park is ideally reserved for disabled patrons and members of the theatre company and theatre staff, however not guaranteed. Visitors can park on the High Street and all adjacent streets. There is also a small public car parking area at the front of the Town Hall, parking available on the High Street or in the unrestricted Ivegate or Silver Lane car parks both situated less than a three minute walk away.
For some events, users might make the Morrisons Car Park available for their patrons. Yeadon Town Hall CIC can not be held responsible for anyone who receives a parking fine as a result of parking there and we recommend finding an alternative place to park.
Yeadon Town Hall is within easy walking distance of several bus stops:
Town Hall South View Road (route 34, 97, 737, 747, 966)
Silver Lane Suffolk Court (route 97, 966)
Kirk Lane Old Haworth Lane (route 34, 97, 737, 747, 966)
Ivegate Well Hill (route 34, 737, 747, 966)
Harper Lane Brooklands Crescent (route 34, 97, 737, 747, 966)
If choosing to travel by taxi, we recommend booking a taxi in advance.
SJK taxis: 0113 250 5222
The Box Office, Airedale Room and Wharfedale Room are situated on the ground floor, accessible via the rear of the building. The stalls of our Main Auditorium are accessed via two flights of stairs (24 steps in total) or via a small passenger lift towards the rear of the building. All other areas of the auditorium can only be accessed using stairs and unfortunately there is no lift to the balcony.
There are currently two accessible toilets in the building: one on the ground floor, near the Box Office, and one on the first floor (behind the stage).
Wheelchair Access & Seating
Due to the flexible nature of the seating, it is possible to fit at least four wheel chairs in the auditorium, with a maximum of six if required.
Assistance for the deaf and hard of hearing
Our Main Auditorium is equipped with a loop system. Please switch your hearing device to the appropriate setting to make use of this facility.
Guide and Hearing Dogs
Guide dogs and Hearing dogs are welcome at the Town Hall. They may sit with you in the auditorium, or our Front of House team (or the Theatre Manager!) would love to look after them whilst you enjoy the performance.
If you would like to discuss any other specific requirements with the Yeadon Town Hall team, please don't hesitate to contact us.