Image: Jeremy Hardy
Jeremy Hardy is in his fourth decade as a stand-up this year.
That's a more dramatic way of saying he started 34 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 34 years to go.
In 2014, the tenth series of Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation was broadcast on Radio 4 and more recently his brand-new series Jeremy Hardy Feels It.
He is also well known for his appearances on The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
Jeremy Hardy heads to artsdepot as part of a nationwide tour this Autumn!
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Tally Ho Corner
London N12 0GA
Friday 5 October 2018
Performance days & times
The venue is committed to making sure everyone can enjoy its facilities.
If you'd like to discuss any access requirements before you visit, please call the Box Office team on 020 8369 5454 or email email@example.com.
And if you need any assistance while you're here at the theatre just ask a member of staff ‑ they'll be happy to help.
artsdepot is completely accessible to wheelchair users with step free access throughout.
Multiple lifts provide access to all floors.
The Box Office, Café, and Bar all have lowered counter‑top sections for wheelchair users to place their orders.
Disabled toilets can be found on levels 2 & 3.
Guide dogs and assistance dogs are welcome.
Unfortunately the induction loop infrared system (for those who are hard of hearing) is temporarily unavailable.
If you're coming to see a show and have special access requirements, contact the venue in advance so that we can make sure your needs are catered for.
They have specific seats available for wheelchair users inside the two theatres.
These provide good views of the stage and ease of access.
Please call the Box Office to book these seats.
artsdepot's disability and access policy complies with the Disability Discrimination Act, where all patrons are treated equally and therefore does not offer concessions for disabled audience members.
However, for most performances, if you are disabled and require a personal assistant that personal assistant can receive a complimentary ticket.
Both of the theatres have induction loop infrared systems for those who are hard of hearing.
Please make the venu aware when booking tickets, so they can ensure you receive a headset when you arrive.
For most performances, assistance dogs are welcome in the auditorium.
However, on occasion this may not be possible due to the content or format of the show.
Contact the Box Office in advance if you would like to bring an assistance dog to a performance.
A member of staff can dog‑sit for the duration of a performance upon request.
10 spaces for disabled badge holders are available in the car park below artsdepot, run by euro car parks.
The car park is open:
Mon ‑ Sat, 7.30am ‑ 9pm (pay & display)
Sun and Bank Holidays, 9am ‑ 5pm (free)
After evening performances you can reach the car park via the artsdepot lift; the gates open automatically to let cars out.
There is also a drop off area for disabled visitors and carers, right outside the front entrance.