Your Visit

How to get to us:

As a dedicated pub theatre, The Other Room can be found within Porter's Cardiff

By Train: The Other Room is situated five minutes walk from Cardiff Central station. Leave the station via the main entrance and turn immediately right. Walk straight on, passing Viva Brazil and crossing the road onto Customhouse Street. Continue straight onto Bute Terrace, passing John Lewis on your left and the Radisson Blu on your right. Continue walking down Bute Terrace until you reach Porter's, which will be on your right hand side. The Other Room is housed within the bar.

By Bus: Cardiff is very well connected by bus, and there are stops on Bute Terrace and Churchill Way. From Churchill Way, head straight down the road in the direction of the Motorpoint Arena. Cross the road, passing the arena on your right. Follow the bend of the road around and you will see the Big Sleep Hotel. Porter's entrance is to the right hand side of the hotel.

By Car: Unfortunately there is no parking onsite at The Other Room, but there is an NCP on Pellet Street (2 minutes walk from Porter's) or you are able to park in St. Davids 2, who have a large multistorey opposite Porter's. Both of these car parks have moderate charges after 6pm.

Address

The Other Room at/yn Porter's, Harlech Court/Llys Harlech, Bute Terrace/Teras Bute, Cardiff/Caerdydd, CF10 2FE 



Access Guide

Buying Tickets

Tickets can bought online and in person. Tickets can be booked online up to an hour before the performance at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/otherroomtheatre. You can also purchase tickets on the door. Unfortunately we are unable to accept card payments on the door.

If you identify as disabled and require a carer to accompany you during your visit, they will receive a free ticket. Contact our Producer George Soave on george@otherroomtheatre.com to book.

 

The Building

The Other Room is situated within the pub Porter’s on Bute Terrace. You can find Porter's situated beside the Citrus Hotel opposite the Motorpoint Arena.

We regret that the main entrance to Porter’s is not wheelchair accessible. If you wish to visit us and you are a wheelchair user, alert the bar staff upon your arrival by pressing the buzzer at the main entrance and they will escort you through the staff entrance at the back of the building. Alternatively, you can make a note when booking your ticket and a member of our Front of House staff will meet you outside the building to assist you.

Guide and hearing dogs are welcome and are free to accompany their owner into the theatre.

 

Wheelchair Users

There are wheelchair spaces available in the theatre. Please let us know if you are a wheelchair user when booking your ticket so we can ensure seating is accommodated for you. BSL Interpreted PerformancesWe have a BSL interpreted performance for every self-produced show in the season. See ‘Current Productions’ for each individual productions' access information.When attending a BSL interpreted performance the lights in Porter’s will be dimmed to signify the house opening. We will always try our best to communicate as visually as possible however in case of any difficulties our BSL interpreter for the production will be happy to assist you.Relaxed Performances and Touch ToursUnfortunately at present, we are unable to offer relaxed performances or touch tours.We're a small theatre who are always looking to improve our diversity and accessibility. Suggestions or feedback are welcomed. Feel free to get in touch at info@otherroomtheatre.com.

 

Visual Story

For a more detailed and comprehensive guide of your visit to The Other Room, please take a look at our Visual Story below.

*THE OTHER ROOM VISUAL STORY*