ROUNDABOUT FAQ'S

FAQ'S

WHAT IS IT?

Roundabout is a 168 seater, temporary, pop-up entertainment space.

WHEN AND WHERE IS IT?

Roundabout is visiting Doncaster Market Square from Friday 1 October - Sunday 3 October.

IF IT'S OUTSIDE - WILL I GET WET?

Roundabout is completely weatherproof, as it's indoors and sealed off from the worst of September's wind and rain. Saying that, please dress sensibly for the weather, as you may need to queue outside before going in.

CAN I BRING MY DOG\BABY?

Sorry, only Guide Dogs can come into the Roundabout. However, babies are more than welcome! Cast's friendly and relaxed attitude extends to Roundabout.

HOW DO I BOOK?

All tickets are bookable through Cast's Box Office, online, and over the phone on 01302 303 959. Please keep hold of your ticket to show on the door.

TOILETS

During the day, the nearest toilets are in the Wool Market, Corn Exchange, and the Market Square toilets. We will also have portable toilets on site.

PARKING/ HOW DO I GET THERE?

The nearest parking and disabled parking is in the Market Car Park at DN1 1LP. Parking charges apply Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm. Free parking is available after 6pm, Monday to Saturday, and all day on Sunday. Roundabout is just a short walk from this car park.

WHERE CAN I EAT AND DRINK?

Doncaster Market Place is full of different places to eat and drink, including an international food hall, the Corn Exchange, the Wool Market - find out more about your choices here.  There's also a huge variety of pubs, bars and cafes to sink your teeth into and to whet your appetite -  find out more about what Doncaster centre has to offer here. 

ACCESS

Wheelchair and limited mobility access
Roundabout is fully wheelchair accessible and is always popped up on a step-free site. We can accommodate up to four wheelchair users per performance by removing sections of the front benching, so wheelchair users are seated on the front row. 

T-Loop
Roundabout has a built in T-loop available for every performance. Just ask our friendly Front Of House staff, and switch your hearing aid on to use it.

Accessible Performances

Some of the performances within Roundabout will be BSL interpreted, and some will be captioned. For more info visit the full Roundabout schedule here.

Carer Tickets

Cast's one free carer ticket per access ticket policy continues into Roundabout. If you need a carer to attend an event with you, please call 01302 303 959 or visit Cast's Box Office to book your free carer ticket.