Bridge Theatre, London


"Founded by Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr on leaving the National Theatre after 12 years, The Bridge focuses on the commissioning and production of new shows, as well as staging the occasional classic. The new 900-seat adaptable auditorium is designed to answer the needs of contemporary audiences and theatre-makers and is capable of responding to shows with different formats (end-stage, thrust-stage and promenade). It is the first wholly new theatre of scale to be added to London’s commercial theatre sector in 80 years. The Bridge was designed by Steve Tompkins and Roger Watts of Haworth Tompkins Architects (winner of the 2014 Stirling Prize)."
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Access Card Notes

*Named & Famed! This venue has been highlighted by feedback from a current Access Card Holder who used their card to gain access or a discount. Information provided in this listing comes from the card holder and also is sourced directly from for the venues publicly available information. This is not a guarantee of any set service or policy this organisation might have.* We offer disabled concessionary rate tickets for performances at The Bridge Theatre. To book these tickets, you need to sign up to our Access List, whether you prefer to book online, by telephone or in person.

Contact details

Bridge Theatre, London 3 Potters Fields Park, London, London, SE1 2SG
Phone: 033332 00051

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Joining the Access List will allow you to select wheelchair spaces and companion seats at the concessionary rate, and to use ‘select your own seat’ when booking online.

There is level access into the foyer. The wheelchair spaces are in Gallery 2 with level access from the foyer. For more information, please visit our website.

You can borrow a wheelchair from us to use during your visit. To arrange for a wheelchair to be available, please email us at or call 0333 320 0051 before your visit. Subject to availability.

Short Distances

Short distance
Car Parking information can be found on our website.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
There are 3 unisex accessible toilets, with one located on the same level as both the Stalls, and on Gallery 2 (street level).

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Assistance dogs are welcome in all spaces of the Bridge Theatre. Please let us know when booking so that we 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 our hospitality team.

Accessing Visual Information

Accessing Visual Information
When booking for an audio-described performance, please let us know where you’d prefer to sit and the number of devices or earphones you require.

We aim to offer a touch tour for every audio-described production, usually before an audio-described matinee. Guide dogs are also welcome on set, subject to an advance assessment to ensure a safe environment. Alternatively, we can arrange for your guide dog to be looked after.

If you wish to attend a touch tour, please contact us at or call us on 0333 320 0050 for more information.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
To join our free mailing list and receive details about captioned performances, please contact us at or call us on 0333 320 0051. We will have a captioned performance for all Bridge Theatre productions and a block of seats is reserved to ensure a good view of the caption box or boxes. Captioned shows are provided by STAGETEXT. Devices are available to be collected from the theatre cloakroom with headphones or induction neck loops. You may also use your own headphones.

Please note, for captioned performances it is not possible to view the captions from all seats in the house, therefore for these performances we have a reserved allocation of seats which give a good view of the captions and the stage. Please call us on 0333 320 0051 for more information.

Devices are available to be collected from the theatre cloakroom with headphones or induction neck loops. You may also use your own headphones.