It's really easy to find The Playhouse. We are in the heart of the historic Walled City of Derry. Londonderry. We are one minutes walk from Foyleside Shopping Centre, on Artillery Street. This is the road that runs parallel to the city walls from Java Café on Ferryquay Street. Our physical address is:
5-7 Artillery Street
Tel: 028 71 268027
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... By Car
Parking on Artillery St is restricted to 1 hour, Monday to Saturday 8am - 6.30pm.
Parking is available nearby in the Foyleside Shopping Centre.
Click here for further parking details.
... By Train
The train station in Derry / Londonderry is on the Waterside of the city. To reach The Playhouse you need to cross the river to the Cityside and head for the Walled City Centre.
The bus station is just a few minutes walk away. To reach The Playhouse you need to walk up the hill towards the Walled City Centre.
Tourist information about Derry Londonderry is here: derryvisitor.com
Admin / Box Office
Monday - Friday: 10.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 3.30pm
The Playhouse is a fully accessible venue and we welcome everybody to enjoy our facilities.
If you have any special requirements please contact us before your visit so we can discuss your visit with you.
To contact us, or if you have any questions about accessibility at The Playhouse please call our Box Office on 028 71 268027.
Our building has received The William Keown Trust Access Award in recognition of The Playhouse and our architect's commitment to making our new building accessible for everyone in the community.
We are also applicants to the Autism NI Autism Impact Award. This means our staff are Autism Aware, and able to provide support, ensuring individualised customer service and communication for those with Autism. We have also provided adjustments to our building to help individuals with Autism use our premises.
The Playhouse also operates an Essential Companion Scheme to ensure everyone can enjoy all our services and facilities.
CLICK HERE to read The Playhouse Child Protection and Adults at Risk Policy