Pleasance - Islington
Photo: Peter Brown 2015
Mainhouse - seats 230
Stagespace - seats 54
Downstairs - seats 80
London N7 9EF
Caledonian Road (Piccadilly Line)
Caledonian Road & Barnsbury
North Road/Pleasance Theatre
17, 91, 153, 259, 274, 393
Audio described, sign interpreted and captioned performances are arranged on a show by show basis in conjunction with the performing company where possible - please check with the box office for further details.
If you need to be accompanied by a carer or assistant the theatre will provide them with a complimentary ticket - speak to Box Office staff in advance of the show.
Assistance dogs are welcome. During performances our staff will look after your dog in the foyer.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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The Main House is fully accessible - there is lift access from street level directly into the auditorium and foyer. Up to two wheelchair users per performance. Please advise the Box Office if you are a wheelchair user when booking your tickets.
Access to the StageSpace - unfortunately this space is not wheelchair accessible due to its location on the second floor of the building.
Toilet facilities - there is a disabled toilet located to the left of the bar.
An infra-red hearing loop is available in either of our two venues with advance notice - please check with the Box Office for further details.
Medea Electronica is a powerful and deeply moving retelling of the Greek tragedy, set in 1980's rural England. Staged amidst an electrifying live gig, this is a heart stopping story of a family caught in the brutal throes of a marriage unravelling.Previews from:
Tuesday 19 February 2019Closes:
Sunday 24 February 2019
Call Me Vicky
It's 1980 in Elephant and Castle. Sixteen year old Martin and best friend Debbie are getting ready for another night out at Martin's favourite night spot "The Golden Girl”, one of Soho's premier drag clubs. Tonight is not a regular night out.Previews from:
Tuesday 19 February 2019Closes:
Saturday 9 March 2019
Ricky Gervais Plus Special Guests
Inspired by the first man in America to plead insanity as his defence, award-winning writer Camilla Whitehill and Strictly Arts examine the unspoken link between mental health and systemic racism.Previews from:
... no date announcedCloses:
...no close date announced
Told entirely through the eyes of one hopeful young model, we are taken through the casting process, the pressure of fashion week, and the heart-breaking narrative of one woman desperately unsure as to whether she can ever be anything more.Previews from:
Tuesday 12 March 2019Closes:
Saturday 16 March 2019
The Cabinet of Madame Fanny Du Thé
This riotous musical invites audiences to meet the eccentric 18th century explorer, Madame Fanny, and to take their pick from her cabinet of curiosities.Previews from:
Tuesday 19 March 2019Closes:
Saturday 23 March 2019
Ali and Dahlia
Having been accused of rioting, Ali awaits his fate in an Israeli interrogation room. But when an old lover steps in to question him, the two are forced to confront their past and find themselves torn between bitter loyalties.Previews from:
Tuesday 26 March 2019Closes:
Sunday 14 April 2019
Neck Or Nothing
The story of Jens, a self taught inventor, who sets out to create one of the most important technological advancements in history. A giant suit to fight bears.Previews from:
Tuesday 23 April 2019Closes:
Saturday 4 May 2019
Don't Look Away
2015. A young man enters a community centre, covered in flour and looking for help. He finds Cath, a cleaner, who reluctantly lets him stay in her son's room. A split second decision which will change her life forever.Previews from:
Tuesday 7 May 2019Closes:
Saturday 18 May 2019
#BeMoreMartyn: The Boy with the Deirdre Tattoo
#BeMoreMartyn trended on Twitter in the hours after the announcement of Martyn Hett's death in the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing - but what does it mean?Previews from:
Tuesday 21 May 2019Closes:
Saturday 25 May 2019
Kill Climate Deniers
Environment Minister Gwen Malkin's plan to stop climate change is rudely interrupted when a group of eco-terrorists storm Australia's Parliament House during a Fleetwood Mac concert.Previews from:
Tuesday 4 June 2019Closes:
Sunday 30 June 2019
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