The Bridge Theatre
Photo by Peter Brown 2019
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Tower Bridge Road
London SE1 2AA
The theatre is located a 10 minute walk from London Bridge tube station which is an accessible station.
Drop offs can be made on Potters Fields where there is level access to the entrance of the theatre.
There is level access into the building.
There are approximately 12 steps to the Stalls and Gallery 1 and 2, 3 to Gallery 3.
There is one platform lift to all levels of theatre space.
You can borrow a wheelchair to use during your visit.
To arrange for a wheelchair to be available, email the theatre at email@example.com or call 0333 320 0053 before your visit.
Subject to availability.
An allocation of seats is usually held for blind and partially-sighted customers.
If you cannot find seats online, email the venue at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them of your requirements.
Audio aids are available for all performances.
There are two types of hearing enhancements: headsets for people who don’t use hearing aids, or neck loops for use with a hearing aid by switching it to the ‘T’ position.
Headsets are essential and should be collected before the performance from the ticket desk.
Assistance dogs are welcome in all spaces.
How might a son feel to discover that he is only one of a number of identical copies? What happens when a father is confronted by the results of an outrageous genetic experiment?
Previews from: Friday 14 February 2020
Closes: Saturday 14 March 2020
I Remember It Well - Judi Dench
Dame Judi Dench looks back on her legendary career with author and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth.
Previews from: Friday 20 March 2020
Closes: Saturday 4 April 2020
La Belle Sauvage
Two young people and their dæmons, with everything at stake, find themselves at the centre of a terrifying manhunt. In their care is a tiny child called Lyra Belacqua, and in that child lies the fate of the future.
Previews from: Saturday 11 July 2020
Closes: Saturday 10 October 2020
They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
The real-life dance marathons of Depression-era America could last weeks, even months. Paula Vogel's new play is based on Horace McCoy's classic story of ambition, desperation and determination.
Previews from: Saturday 31 October 2020
Closes: Saturday 30 January 2021
John Gabriel Borkman
John Gabriel Borkman, once an illustrious entrepreneur, has been brought low by a prison sentence for fraud. As he paces alone in an upstairs room, bankrupt and disgraced, he is obsessed by dreams of his comeback.
Previews from: Thursday 11 February 2021
Closes: Saturday 17 April 2021