The stunning King Charles Court at the Old Royal Naval College houses Trinity Laban’s Faculty of Music and our performance and masterclass venues. Our students also regularly perform at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel.
Download the access map (pdf) of the ORNC to see access routes around the buildings and grounds.
King Charles Court Venues:
- Philip Carne Room
- Peacock Room
- Theatre Studio
- Mackerras Room
These rooms are located inside King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College.
Venues at King Charles Court are on the ground floor and wheelchair spaces can be reserved. Please call in advance if you would like us to book a wheelchair space for you: 020 8305 4444. Please also contact us if you need any further information about our facilities.
The Old Royal Naval College Chapel:
The Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) is a scheduled ancient monument and Grade 1 listed, but we aim to make the site accessible to as many visitors as possible.
There are 11 steps to climb from College Way (which runs east to west through the site) to Upper Grand Square where the main entrance to The Chapel is situated. There is also a step-free route to The Chapel.
Once at The Chapel, a Stairmate machine is used, by trained staff, to carry wheelchair users from the vestibule to the main body of the Chapel (which is 14 steps up). The maximum weight the Stairmate can hold is 200 kg. The maximum width of chair which will fit is 69.5cm (27″) measured hand rim to hand rim. Please note that most electric wheelchairs will exceed this weight and therefore the Chapel may not be accessible for electric wheelchair users. If you are able to transfer to our manual wheelchair, we can facilitate your Chapel visit in this way.
If you have any enquiries regarding access to the The Chapel, or would like to advise us of your visit to ensure a trained member of staff is on hand to welcome you, please call 020 8269 4799 or email email@example.com.
For more information on access to the Old Royal Naval College, please visit: the Old Royal Naval College website’s page on Accessibility.