Sadler’s Wells Coronavirus Update

Wednesday 6 January 2021

Current UK Government coronavirus guidelines and restrictions require that Sadler’s Wells’ theatres remain closed to the public and we are unable to present performances in them at present.

If you who have booked tickets for events that have been cancelled or postponed, you will be contacted by our Ticket Office via email and issued with an automatic gift certificate for the value of your ticket order. You are also entitled to a refund, if preferrable. If you have a question about tickets or any bookings you have made, please contact our team via email on

Though we are currently unable to present dance for you to enjoy in our theatres, we continue to share world-class dance with you online. Visit our Digital Stage for a programme of dance performances, films and workshops to keep you entertained and connected through dance, wherever you are in the world.

Our extended period of closure continues to have major financial implications for us. We’re a charity and more than 90% of our income comes from being able to welcome people to our venues. Similarly, the many dance professionals, many of whom are freelancers and are critical to staging our work are facing financial uncertainty. A key priority for us continues to be working to build our future seasons with our colleagues in the sector so you can support and enjoy them.

At this challenging time, we hope you will consider supporting Sadler's Wells. You can buy a ticket, for future performances next year, you can become a member of Sadler’s Wells and if you would like to, you can donate here.

We can’t wait to welcome you all back to our theatres when we are able to do so. Our next set of announced events begin in April 2021, with tickets on sale here.

However, we remain committed to presenting live dance as soon as possible and will share future plans and updates with you as they become available. In the meantime, we also hope to stay connected with you through our digital platforms and genuinely appreciate any support you can show for Sadler’s Wells.

Alistair Spalding and Britannia Morton
Artistic Director & Chief Executive and Executive Director


Coronavirus update: Sadler’s Wells’ theatres remain closed due to current UK Government coronavirus restrictions. Read more