New London Theatre

DISABLED ACCESS

Bookings for disabled patrons of the New London are handled by the Access Team at See Tickets:

Tel: +44 (0)8444 124648
Fax: +44 (0)20 7087 7771
Email: access@seetickets.com

Access into the New London:
No steps through double swing doors into the foyer. Box Office to the right with lowered counter. Escalator up from the main foyer to the mezzanine level and then a further 32 steps up to the Stalls, or 41 to the rear Stalls. 65 steps up to the Dress Circle (threesteep steps between rows). Venue is carpeted throughout and all staircases are highlighted with handrails on either side. Theatre opens 45 minutes before the performance.

Wheelchair access
Upon arrival at the theatre, please go to the foyer and make yourself known to a member of the Front of House team. A host will accompany you to the Stage Door on Parker Mews where the lift can be accessed via a steep ramp. The lift dimensions are: door 70cm, depth 83cm. You will be able to enjoy step-free access the upper foyer and bars/accessible toilets as well as the rear stalls via the lift. There are two spaces for wheelchair users at S1 & S2 (S17 & S18 from Mon 24 July 2017) in the Stalls, companions can sit next to you. Scooter users can access the amin foyer, but have to transfer to the theatre's wheelchair to access the auditorium. 1 wheelchair transfer space is available in Stalls S3 (S19 from Mon 24 July 2017).
Disabled toilets
Adapted toilet en route from the lifts to the auditorium.
Toilets
Toilets at foyer (level access), Stalls and Dress Circle level.
Drinks
You are welcome to use the lift (see above). No steps from the lift to Bar (counter height 1m). Alternatively the bar can be reached by either the escalator or 54 steps up from the entrance foyer. Moveable seating. All drinks can be brought to disabled customers in the auditorium.
Induction loop
Infra-red system with headsets and neckloops. Induction loop at Box Office. Headsets available in foyer.
Parking
One blue badge parking bay outside the theatre, available from 6.30pm. NCP in Parker Mews below the theatre.
Access dogs
Access dogs are allowed inside the auditorium. Staff can also dog-sit for four dogs per performance in the Manager’s office.

Box Office

For School of Rock the Musical

Online

Phone Number

0844 412 4654

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Our History

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1972

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Bernard Delfont opened the theatre with a television recording of Marlene Dietrich’s one-woman show.

Bernard Delfont opened the theatre with a television recording of Marlene Dietrich’s one-woman show.

1973

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Richard Gere starred as Danny Zuko in Grease.

Richard Gere starred as Danny Zuko in Grease.

1974

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Deja Revue was directed by Victor Spinetti and starred Sheila Hancock and George Cole.

Deja Revue was directed by Victor Spinetti and starred Sheila Hancock and George Cole.

1977

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Lionel was a musical based upon the works of Lionel Bart which featured Clarke Peters and a very young Todd Carty.

Lionel was a musical based upon the works of Lionel Bart which featured Clarke Peters and a very young Todd Carty.

1980

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The theatre was mainly used as a television studio for productions including This Is Your Life and Championship Snooker.

The theatre was mainly used as a television studio for productions including This Is Your Life and Championship Snooker.

1981

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The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats, produced by Cameron Mackintosh, began its record-breaking run of 21 years.

The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats, produced by Cameron Mackintosh, began its record-breaking run of 21 years.

2002

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Umoja – The Spirit of Togetherness re-opened the theatre following a major refurbishment.

Umoja – The Spirit of Togetherness re-opened the theatre following a major refurbishment.

2003

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Bill Kenwright’s production of Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat starred Stephen Gately.

Bill Kenwright’s production of Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat starred Stephen Gately.

2007

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Ian McKellen led The Royal Shakespeare Company in productions of King Lear and The Seagull.

Ian McKellen led The Royal Shakespeare Company in productions of King Lear and The Seagull.

2009

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The current sell-out production of War Horse transferred from the National Theatre.

The current sell-out production of War Horse transferred from the National Theatre.

2016

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Show Boat transfers from The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.

Show Boat transfers from The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
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