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Peacock Theatre

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Sound Amplification:

Sennheiser Infrared


Male and female toilets available on each level. There is an accessible toilet in the Foyer area and at Stalls level. A Radar key is required to gain access to the toilets and can be requested from a member of Front of House staff.

Guide Dogs Policy:

Guide dogs allowed inside auditorium and staff available to dog-sit if needed.


2 spaces situated in the Stalls, 2 spaces situated in the Dress Circle

Access from Street to Foyer:


Stairs/Lift/Ramp Available:

Ramp. Lift to all levels


Contact the venue:

020 7863 8222

Your Visit

Security Information:

Security note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres. Please contact the venue for more information.


Bars are open half an hour before the show, where as well as drinks you can also grab a snack

Air Conditioned:


Accepts Theatre Tokens:



The Peacock Theatre is Sadler’s Wells’ West End venue, which presents dance productions as well as commercial musicals and opera.

The theatre is owned by the London School of Economics and is on long-term loan to Sadler’s Wells, yet the university retain some use of the hall, using it for lectures, conferences and open days.

A theatre has existed on this site since the 17th century. The current building was built in 1960 and named the Royalty Theatre, with MGM hosting various film screenings, most notably Ben Hur, which had a run of nearly a year showing at the Peacock. In 1996, Sadler’s Wells Company moved to the Peacock Theatre, becoming a prolific dance venue for the company.

The theatre is rumoured to be host to one of the West End’s stranger ghosts, allegedly being home to ‘Flipper’, a dolphin who once performed at the venue.

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