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London N18 1PJ
Green (Piccadilly Line) then bus 144
Arnos Grove (Piccadilly Line) then bus 34
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Millfield Theatre & Arts Centre
About Millfield Theatre
Millfield Theatre opened on December 15, 1988 in the grounds of Millfield House on Silver Street in Edmonton, North London.
It was the first new theatre built in London after the National Theatre in 1963 and seats up to 362 in a variety of stage layouts.
The first production at Millfield Theatre was the pantomime Humpty Dumpty starring Bobby Crush which set the trend of producing an annual Christmas pantomime that continues to this day.
The theatre was re-opened on 6 October 2009 Edmonton-raised Sir Bruce Forsyth following a significant refurbishment. The 2.5 million revamp saw the theatre gain a new bar & kitchen, performance space, toilet block and box office.
The main auditorium was renamed the Sir Bruce Forsyth Auditorium.
Assistance Dogs are welcome in the auditorium or can be looked after by front of house staff. Let staff know when booking if you'd like to take your dog in to the auditorium so they can provide an aisle seat.
There are 5 orange badge holder parking spaces, 2 in the Theatre car park and 3 at Millfield House car park.
Parking is on a first come first served basis.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
Click the image below to go there.
Millfield Arts Centre has level access wheelchair spaces.
As with all seats wheelchair spaces are subject to availability, try to book as early as possible. Easy access rows are not bookable online to ensure that they are available for those who need them.
You can book direct with Box Office staff on 020 8807 6680. If you do not need a wheelchair space but would benefit from specific seating such as more leg room or aisle seats, let staff know when you book.
Millfield Bar & Kitchen has brail menus available - simply ask a a member of staff at the bar on arrival.
Assisted hearing service is available on all performances at Millfield Arts Centre.
Discreet necklaces which work with your hearing aid to amplify words and music from the stage are available from Reception.
Advise Box Office when you book so that arrangements can be made for you. If you are using this service, you are advised to arrive around 15 mins before the start of the performance so that staff can check that everything is working well for you. Note that this facility only works with hearing aids with the T setting.
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