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Hampstead Downstairs - seats 80
London NW3 3EU
South Hampstead (Overground)
Finchley Road (Metropolitan)
Finchley Road and Frognal (Overground)
Swiss Cottage Station
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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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.
Audio described performances (including touch tours) are available for most productions. Large print or audio brochures can be supplied upon request.
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.
Neil and Zef are two twenty-something computer whizzes with questionable dress sense and a highly developed interest in video games and Netflix. They're also the UK's 'National Defence Information Security Team'.
Previews from: Friday 31 January 2020
Closes: Saturday 7 March 2020
The Dumb Waiter
Ben and Gus have a job to do. But as they await instructions in a derelict building, they start to receive strange messages via a dumb waiter.
Previews from: Thursday 19 March 2020
Closes: Saturday 18 April 2020
Hannah Khalil's Hampstead debut is a dark thriller that explores motherhood and the secrets that no mother could ever share with her child.
Previews from: Thursday 26 March 2020
Closes: Saturday 2 May 2020
The Two Character Play
Fellow actors, brother and sister Felice and Clare have been on tour too long: every town looks increasingly the same until they feel they could be anywhere …
Previews from: Friday 24 April 2020
Closes: Saturday 23 May 2020
The Death Of A Black Man
Premiered at Hampstead Theatre in 1975, the first work by a Black British writer to be presented there. 45 years on, the play, with its dark exploration of sexual politics and the post-colonial legacy, is still compelling viewing.
Previews from: Thursday 28 May 2020
Closes: Saturday 27 June 2020
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Marsha Norman's astonishing play returns after thirty-five years, following its first London production at Hampstead Theatre in 1985.
Previews from: Thursday 2 July 2020
Closes: Saturday 1 August 2020