By phone: 01224 641 122 (Tues to Sat 10am-6pm).
In person: Tues to Sat 10am-6pm (8pm on performance nights).
It is a 0.4 mile walk from Aberdeen Train Station to the theatre.
The main bus routes which pass by the theatre are: 12, 4, 1, N3, 3, N2, N4, 12.
When you purchase your tickets, you can also purchase a parking permit for the Harriet Street car park, valid for the evening of your chosen performance. The cost of this is £2. Please note, the car parking ticket is valid between 5.30pm & 11pm. The theatre can only validate tokens for cars parked between these times.
Disabled permit holders can park in the designated parking bays outside the old foyer doors of His Majesty’s Theatre or, alternatively, in the bays on Union Terrace.
1906 Restaurant - Contemporary dining at its very best, full of character, flavour and style.
Cafe Bar - sweet treats, home bakes and the perfect cup of coffee.
Dress circle and stalls bar.
There is street level entry with a drop off point in front of the theatre. Disabled parking is available on Union Terrace in front of Pavarotti’s restaurant and on Schoolhill outside the Art Gallery.
11 wheelchair spaces are available in the auditorium (8 in the stalls, 2 in the dress circle and 1 in the upper circle).
For stalls access for those with limited mobility, a bell is available on the door in Donald’s Way 30 minutes prior to and until 5 minutes before the show starts.
Transferable seats are available for those in wheelchairs who wish to sit in a theatre seat.
There is access to the stalls, dress circle, upper circle, bars and 1906 restaurant via a lift.
Accessible toilets are available throughout the theatre.
Guide dogs are welcome at His Majesty’s Theatre.
Signed and subtitled shows available.
Our four main venues offer an audio described performance for most Scottish Opera performances, this includes a touch tour.