Battersea Arts Centre



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Theatres


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

Telephone




Box office: 020 7223 2223

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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


General

Assistance dogs welcome and the Cafe Bar can provide water bowls, if required.

Major building works are taking place until early 2016 which will affect access to some spaces. These works will also improve access across the building for the future.

For large scale and longer running productions, the theatre aims to make provision for customers who are hearing or visually impaired and details will be included with the shows, on our website, or through our Box Office.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


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Access link for this theatre


Wheelchair access

Ramps and rails to the front door - powered door at the cafe entrance.

Level access to lower hall and most spaces are wheelchair accessible.

Accessible toilet facilities across the building.

Hearing assistance

Box office has portable induction loop.

Current shows


We don't have any shows listed.

Upcoming shows


World Without Us

We could hardly imagine it: there would be no more talk about the old days, about what's possible, no more words. It would never get this far. We'd find a solution. A world without us.

Previews from: Thursday 3 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 12 May 2018

213 Things About Me

A darkly comedic and tragic story about autism and social exclusion, told from the perspective of a woman with Asperger's.

Previews from: Wednesday 9 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 12 May 2018

Don't Worry They're Here

The only ever winner of both the Best Show and Best Newcomer prize at the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Awards presents his latest stand-up show: an hour of 'richly idiosyncratic comedy'.

Previews from: Monday 21 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 26 May 2018

Don't Worry They're Here

The only ever winner of both the Best Show and Best Newcomer prize at the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Awards, John Kearns presents his latest stand-up show: an hour of 'richly idiosyncratic comedy.

Previews from: Monday 21 May 2018
Closes: Wednesday 30 May 2018

Domestica

A woozy, deadpan, and extensively-annotated dismantling of high art and classical posturing, Domestica asks where exactly we might be going in this ever-louder, ever-accelerating new century.

Previews from: Wednesday 23 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 26 May 2018

Goldfish Bowl

At 18 years old, recovering from a gunshot wound, Caleb sat in a hospital bed reading Frankenstein. Goldfish Bowl tells the story as to how and why this book, and this moment in his past, changed his future.

Previews from: Wednesday 30 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 16 June 2018

Voice Of Nature

Inspired by a painting of St. Thomas Aquinas, in which a dove is whispering in his ear and supposedly revealing the knowledge of the universe, the stage becomes an arena for playing with the unpredictable quality of materials and objects.

Previews from: Wednesday 6 June 2018
Closes: Saturday 9 June 2018

At Home in Gaza and London

Follows the lives of people living in two locations separated by great political, economic and physical divides. By using a mix of live-streaming and recorded video, a single performance space is created where artists work together.

Previews from: Wednesday 27 June 2018
Closes: Sunday 1 July 2018


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