Hampstead Theatre


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Management


Artistic director: Edward Hall
Executive Producer: Greg Ripley-Duggan

Theatres


Main Stage - seats 325
Hampstead Downstairs - seats 80

Telephone




Box office: 020 7722 9301

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Location


Address:
Eton Road
Swiss Cottage
London NW3 3EU

Council: Camden

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
Swiss Cottage (Jubilee)
South Hampstead (Overground)
Finchley Road (Metropolitan)
Finchley Road and Frognal (Overground)

Train:
-

Buses:

Stop:

Swiss Cottage Station


Day no:
C11, 13, 31, 46, 82, 113, 187, 268, 603


Night no:
N13, N28, N31

Access information


General

Hampstead Theatre runs an Access Membership Scheme - free to join, it provides regular updates, allows booking without having to prove eligibility each time, and concessionary rate tickets. Assistance animals welcome in the theatre, or staff can dog sit.

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


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Wheelchair access

Ground floor entrance and push button controlled door. Level access to lifts to all levels and to both the main auditorium and Hampstead Downstairs. Wheelchair spaces available in both theatres.

Visual assistance

Audio described performances (including touch tours) are available for most productions. Large print or audio brochures can be supplied upon request.

Hearing assistance

Infra-red Sennheiser hearing system in main auditorium. Headsets for use with or without a hearing aid can be collected from the Box Office. Hearing Dogs are welcome in the auditorium. Alternatively staff are happy to dog sit. Captioned performances available for most productions. There are occasionally British Sign Language interpreted performances.

Current shows


Prism

Legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff has retired to the sleepy village of Denham, Buckinghamshire. His days of hard work - and play - on some of the most famous sets in the world are now long behind him.

Previews from: Wednesday 6 September 2017
Closes: Saturday 14 October 2017

No One Will Tell Me How To Start A Revolution

Susie, Edwina and Lucy have moved to a new school in a new town. Three very different sisters who will do anything to fit in and yet are desperate to be noticed. But how far will they go to break out of the roles in which they've been cast.

Previews from: Thursday 21 September 2017
Closes: Saturday 21 October 2017

Upcoming shows


The Slaves Of Solitude

1943, Henley-on-Thames. Miss Roach is forced by the war to flee London for the Rosamund Tea Rooms boarding house, which is as grey and lonely as its residents. From the safety of these new quarters, her war consists of a thousand petty humiliations.

Previews from: Friday 20 October 2017
Closes: Saturday 25 November 2017

The Firm

In a pub in South London 'The Firm' reunite for the first time in twelve years. Back in their misspent youth they were a notorious criminal gang; these days they're older, wiser, and their lives have changed beyond recognition.

Previews from: Friday 27 October 2017
Closes: Saturday 2 December 2017

Cell Mates

Wormwood Scrubs Prison, London, 1961. One of Britain's most notorious double agents, George Blake, is serving a 42 year sentence - that is, until he strikes up an unlikely friendship with Irish petty criminal, Sean Bourke.

Previews from: Thursday 30 November 2017
Closes: Saturday 20 January 2018

Dry Powder

New York City - open for business 24/7. In the same week his private equity firm forced massive layoffs at a supermarket chain, Rick threw himself a lavish engagement party - which even featured an elephant - setting off a publicity nightmare.

Previews from: Friday 26 January 2018
Closes: Saturday 3 March 2018

Caroline, Or Change

1963. In quiet Lake Charles, Louisiana, the destruction of a Confederate statue might just signal that change is in the air. But, whatever the progress of the civil rights movement, in the Gellman household things seem just the same.

Previews from: Monday 12 March 2018
Closes: Saturday 21 April 2018


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