"This renowned theatre, specialising in dance, offers a bewildering array of facilities and a visit here can be an inspirational experience, if only to see what is achievable."  The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

Sadler's Wells is committed to opening the theatre to new audiences and experiences, and developing opportunities for all of our patrons to explore dance. Disability access has always been a top priority, and Sadler's Wells maintains a tradition of accessibility to the widest possible audience. We offer an entire complex designed to provide excellent access and facilities for people with disabilities, whether as members of an audience, a performer or staff. Since the theatre's re-development in 1998, we have strived to encourage the belief that what is right for a person with disabilities is right for everyone.

As well as a fully accessible building, Sadler's Wells provides assisted performances where possible. These usually take the form of audio described or British Sign Language interpreted performances. Please see individual show pages for more details.

Some patrons may be interested in joining Deaf Debating Dance at Sadler's Wells, giving you a regular monthly opportunity to meet other dance enthusiasts, voice your opinion in informal post show discussions whilst enjoying reduced ticket prices.

Alongside the performance season, our Creative Learning Department offers a wealth of fully accessible educational opportunities for all ages and abilities.

Join our Access Scheme to keep up to date with what's on at Sadler's Wells in a format that suits you. If you are in receipt of disability-related state benefits, you may also be entitled to a reduction on the cost of your ticket. Reduced price tickets are limited to one per booking per production.

If you require further information and/or disability related assistance please contact:

Tel: 020 7863 8000