We want everyone who visits us to have a comfortable theatre experience.
Lochgelly Centre is fully accessible, with:
- Accessible theatre entrance
- Induction loop in the main auditorium
- Accessible toilet facilities
- Guide dogs welcome
We have wheelchair spaces available in for events in our main auditorium. It would help us greatly if you booked for a space in advance. Please notify Box Office if you have any special requirements.
If you have any queries about your visit that aren't answered here, please contact our Box Office, who will be happy to assist.
Lochgelly Centre supports breast feeding. If you wish to use a private area, please ask at reception.
In a time of so much uncertainty, we have made the difficult but important decision to postpone our theatre programme in all venues until spring 2021. We made this decision with heavy hearts but resolute in our commitment to reopen in 2021 safe, sound and strong.
The drama, music, laughter and tears of theatre are a huge part of who we are and why our customers come to us. However, while our doors remain closed, we are still saying let us entertain you! We have a stageful of virtual entertainment online – find out more here.
Since lockdown began in March, our Box Office team has been undertaking an enormous customer engagement programme which has seen us contact thousands of ticket-holders. As we move to reschedule the programme further, we would ask that you please bear with us while we get in touch by the dates of shows. If you are a customer whose event had already been rescheduled to before the end of the year we will be contacting you again to discuss options including credits, donations and refunds.
We can’t say enough how much we genuinely appreciate your continued support as we work through this difficult time together.
The latest information on the status of shows and events can be found here.
Lochgelly Centre is a bright, modern and attractive community space, combining a 412-seat theatre, studio theatre, art studios and meeting and practice rooms.
The centre officially reopened in February 2012, following a £2.5 million investment by Fife Council. A new glass-fronted extension houses a modern library and reception area and local offices services.