Battersea Arts Centre



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Management


Artistic director: Tarek Iskander
CEO: Tarek Iskander

Theatres


Grand Hall - seats 500
Lower Hall - seats 140
Courtyard Theatre - seats 120

Telephone




Box office: 020 7223 2223

Email


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Location


Address:
Lavender Hill
Battersea
London SW11 5TN

Council: Wandsworth

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
None nearby

Train:
Clapham Junction

Buses:

Stop:

BAC - Lavender Hill


Day no:
345, 77, 87, 156, G1


Night no:
N77, N345

Access information



Wheelchair access

There is step free access to The Bee's Knees playspace, The Scratch Bar and ground floor public spaces.


The first floor performance spaces can be reached via a lift.


Battersea Arts Centre has a range of toilet facilities available including all-gender toilets, accessible toilets on all floors and baby-change facilities.



Visual assistance

Audio Described Performances:


Audio description gives additional commentary during a performances through headphones, describing things like body language and facial expressions, costume, scenery and action sequences.


This service may be useful for people who are blind or partially sighted.


Touch tours may also be offered alongside these performances.


Current shows


We don't have any shows listed.

Upcoming shows


ONE


ONE examines the left through the prism of the right, and the walls we build to protect the difference between what we say and who we really are.


Previews from: Monday 30 September 2019

Closes: Saturday 19 October 2019



Now Is The Time To Say Nothing


Explores the conflict in Syria through the eyes of young Londoners in a collaboration with Syrian filmmaker, Reem Karssli.


Previews from: Wednesday 2 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 19 October 2019



EUROHOUSE


Two performers - one Greek, one French - dance and shout, cry and sing, agree and disagree, about life in the Eurohouse. A darkly comic look at the EU's founding ideals and what got lost along the way.


Previews from: Saturday 19 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 19 October 2019



Trojan Horse


Originally developed with Leeds Playhouse,  this Amnesty International Freedom of Expression & Fringe First Award-winning production is the story of a community torn apart by racial division, 'British values' and the culture of Prevent.


Previews from: Monday 4 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 16 November 2019



A Haunted Existence


Weaves together history and hearsay to highlight turmoil, stigma and heartbreak and tell the story of Britain's very recent, shameful past when sex between consenting male adults was illegal.


Previews from: Thursday 7 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 9 November 2019



Oh Yes Oh No


This is a show about having sexual fantasies that don't align with your politics. About understanding what you want, and wondering how to ask for it.


Previews from: Tuesday 12 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 23 November 2019



Queens Of Sheba


At a London nightclub in 2015, the lives of a group of friends were changed forever when confronted with misogynoir - where sexism meets racism - in its most vicious form.


Previews from: Monday 18 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 23 November 2019




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