How do I find out about shows at the Grimsby Auditorium?
For the very latest information on our shows:
Here on www.grimsbyauditorium.org.uk
Call our box office number 0300 300 0035
Add yourself to our email list on line or when visiting the venue or booking a show.
Like us on facebook
Follow us on twitter @GrimsbyAud
What kind of shows can I see at the Grimsby Auditorium?
Grimsby Auditorium is the area’s leading live entertainment multi-purpose venue hosting a variety of live events from comedy, music, West End, opera, dance, pantomime, children’s shows social events and conferences.
Do I need to bring ID when I pick up my tickets?
Yes please bring some form of identification when picking up your tickets.
Where can I go to eat in the area?
There are lots of places to eat in the area. Please take a look at ‘Your Visit’
What are the Box Office opening times at the Grimsby Auditorium?
Grimsby opening times are as follows:
Monday – Saturday
For phone or in person 12pm – 6pm.
Sundays & Bank Holidays
Open 1 hour prior to the performance commencing.
Closes 15 minutes after the performance commences.
For deliveries outside of these hours
Please ring the bell or call 01472 324032.
Is there free car parking?
Yes, you can park for free at the Grimsby Auditorium. We have over 350 on–site car parking spaces and 10 coach parking spaces.
Transaction fee and Booking fees?
Is the venue equipped for people with disabilities?
There are twelve wheelchair spaces available in the theatre and there is lift access to all levels of the theatre. All areas of the theatre are accessible to customers with limited mobility, including wheelchair users. We are also equipped with a hearing loop and we have an infrared sound amplification system.
Babes in Arms
Babes in arms (children under 3 years) shall be admitted free of charge to those shows they may attend (children’s shows and pantomimes only) however children under the age of 18 months will not be admitted to any performance unless they are specifically aimed for them (i.e. children’s shows and pantomimes). Children must be supervised at all times.