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The Bridge Theatre

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Sound Amplification:

Uses an innovative digital radio frequency system for assisted listening and audio description. The Sennheiser radio receivers give you access to assisted listening and, at certain performances, audio description.

Guide Dogs Policy:

Assistance dogs are welcome in all spaces of the Bridge Theatre. Please contact the theatre when booking so that they can arrange an aisle seat for you and tell you about any loud noises or special effects that might affect your dog’s comfort. Alternatively, you can leave your dog in the care of the theatres hospitality team.


Wheelchair accessible spaces are located in the stalls, accessible via a platform lift with level access from the main foyer.

Access From Theatre Foyer To Seat:

The main staircase from the foyer to the Stalls has 21 steps. There are 12 steps up to Gallery 2 from foyer level.

Level Access:

Bridge Theatre foyer

Stairs/Lift/Ramp Available:

The platform lift provides access to the Stalls. Gallery 2 does not have lift access. The lift can carry up to 500KG (6 persons).


Contact the venue:

0333 320 0052

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.


St. JOHN provide drinks offering at The Bridge.


The Bridge is the first theatre run by London Theatre Company, which was founded by Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr in 2017. The Bridge focuses on the commissioning and production of new shows, as well as staging the occasional classic.

In 2023, The Bridge staged its first musical, Guys & Dolls. The innovative immersive production has garnered copious five-star reviews, awards and a host of loyal fans.

The 900-seat auditorium is designed to be flexible and can be adapted for a variety of performance styles, resulting in hugely successful immersive theatre as well as more traditional end-on and thrust- stage shows. It was the first wholly new theatre of scale to be added to London’s commercial theatre sector in 80 years.

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