Electric Ballroom, London
OverviewThe Electric Ballroom is an iconic music venue at the heart of Camden Town’s bustling community and has been for 80 years. It began as a busy Irish club playing host to a wide variety of performers including the likes of Jim Reeves. In the past decades, acts such as Sid Vicious, Madness, The Clash, Richard Ashcroft, Snow Patrol, The Killers, Stereophonics, U2, Phil Lynott, The Boomtown Rats, Joy Division, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Public Enemy, Blur, Supergrass, Garbage and The Smiths have drawn huge crowds to the venue. Recent performers include The Vaccines, Future Islands, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Razorlight, Dinosaur Jr, Parquet Courts, Les Savy Fav, Interpol, Ocean Color Scene, Cage the Elephant, The Strypes, Muse, Of Monsters and Men, Foals, Sir Paul McCartney, Alt-J, Megadeth, Kaiser Chiefs, Nero, Prince and many more!
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All wheelchair users and people needing special seating must purchase a general admission ticket first, then contact the venue via email ( email@example.com ) prior to the event and suitable seating will be arranged. The front door staff will assist wheelchair users to a raised platform which is near the stage and adjacent to a fire escape. They will also direct people to a disabled toilet and a low counter bar area where there is a small ramp, so that they can be easily served. Wheelchair users can access all of the main (ground) floor. Front door staff will show them to an entrance/exit which has no steps
Access To Toilets
There is an accessible toilet on site.
One carer for each wheelchair user will be admitted free of charge.