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The Access Scheme is for people with physical, sensory or cognitive disabilities. By joining this free scheme you can keep up to date on offers and information about forthcoming shows at Sadler's Wells and the Peacock Theatre.
If you are in receipt of disability-related state benefits, as a member of our Access for All register, you may be entitled to a reduction on the cost of your ticket. Reduced price tickets are limited to one booking per production. All Access rate tickets are subject to availability and may be excluded for certain performances.
There is also a reduced booking fee of £1.95 on each transaction.
Access Discounts cannot be added retrospectively.
When booking tickets, please specify your access requirement, i.e if you require a wheelchair space, an aisle seat, a seat close to the stage, level access etc. It is not always possible to rectify booking details after a transaction has been completed.
There is also a small car park next to Sadler's Wells Theatre, spaces are limited and must be booked in advance. There is no charge for disabled patrons. There is one disabled parking bay in front of Peacock Theatre, which cannot be booked in advance.
If you would like to join the Access Scheme, please download a form and complete, sign and return it:
Access Scheme form (pdf)
Access Scheme form (word)
Access Scheme form, large print version (pdf)
Access Scheme form, large print version (word)
More information on disability related benefits (pdf)
The completed form should be returned to:
Sadler's Wells Theatre
If you are already registered on the scheme tickets can be booked online on this website (please ensure you log in with your Access membership number before selecting your seats). Alternatively please call Sadler's Wells on 020 7863 8000 or the Peacock Theatre on 020 7863 8222. Our ticket office staff will be happy to assist with your booking.
Deaf or hard of hearing bookers can book for either venue on Minicom number 020 7863 8015.
For further information about the Access For All scheme, Access facilities, workshops, assisted performances and events, please email