The Place is open to all and we want to make sure that everyone can access the building and our content online. On this page you will find details of some of the access provision we provide. If you would like to discuss your access needs ahead of attending a performance, a class, regarding your application to the school or any other opportunities, or if you have feedback on our access provision, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team.

Access facilities in the theatre

Entry to the theatre is from the Duke’s Road entrance. In standard set up, the theatre has a range of seating options including four wheelchair spaces which are all are accessible via the lift. We also have step-free access both upstairs and at stage level. The theatre has a Sennheiser induction loop system with pre bookable head sets. These amplify the sound through ear pieces with volume control or neck bands, which transfer the amplified signal to your hearing aid when switched to the T position. If you have any other accessible seating requests please speak to a member of box office staff who will be able to advise you. You can also request a large print programme.

Seating: In the theatre, all our seats have non-removeable armrests. The space between armrests is 43cm wide. Seat depth at its deepest is 46cm. At the narrowest point, legroom is 22cm, with better legroom on Row A and on aisle seats. We have four removeable access spaces for wheelchair users.

Studios 1 & 2

We sometimes hold performances in our smaller space on the Flaxman Terrace of the building. Studios 1 & 2 have two wheelchair spaces at stage level, and a portable induction loop system (please note that the theatre headsets do not work in this area). There is also seating available with step free access. If you have ,any questions about seating in this area please contact the box office.

Assistant Dogs

Your assistant dog is welcome to join you in the auditorium; we will always let you know if we expect sounds or special effects that may cause your dog discomfort. If there are effects that may upset you dog or if they are not so keen on watching dance they may be left with us in a quiet office.

Mobility Scooters

You are welcome to leave your scooter in the box office area for the duration of your visit as our lifts and wheelchair seating areas are not suitable for these vehicles.

Booking Tickets

Tickets can be booked in person, telephone (we are happy to receive and make calls via the text relay service) and through our website.

Wheelchair users can book themselves and a free companion in for performances by adding the promo code ACCESS to the bottom of the seating plan page and then selecting the wheelchair patron space and companion space marked with wheelchair and star icons.

Accessible travel information is available from Transport for London at:

Our nearest stations are:

  • Euston 330 metres
  • Kings Cross / St Pancras 650 metres

Car Parking

The Place does not have a car park, however there is some street parking available. Please check the signs as you enter the road to check parking restrictions as we are within a controlled parking zone and Camden enforce very strict parking regulations, which are subject to change without notice.

Other facilities & Security

Accessible Toilets

There are accessible toilets on levels 1 and 4 of our theatre and can be reached via the lift.

Baby Changing Facilities

This can be found on Level 1 and Level 4, accessible via the lift.


There is CCTV in operation throughout the building and 24 hour security patrols


This website has been developed to conform to the W3C accessibility guidelines wherever possible and has been designed to ensure it is accessible to as wide an audience as possible. Below are some instructions to help you adapt this website to suit your needs.

Increasing Text Size

It's possible to increase (or even decrease) the size of all the text on the pages of most websites. You can do this by using the font size controls integrated in your web browser. Web browsers all do this differently, but in general you should look at the options in the browser's 'View' menu, failing which, consult your browser's Help documentation. Here are some specific instructions for some of the more popular browsers.

Chrome (Mac and PC)

Go to the 'Menu' icon and choose a 'Zoom' level, or alternatively you can use the CTRL key with the plus or minus to increase or decrease the size.

Firefox (Mac and PC)

Go to the 'Firefox' menu, selecet 'Options' and change settings under the 'Content' tab, or alternatively you can use the CTRL key with the plus or minus to increase or decrease the size.

Internet Explorer 8+ (PC)

Go to the 'View' menu, 'Text Size', and select your desired setting. The default is medium. Alternatively, if you have a mouse with a wheel you can hold the CTRL key on your keyboard whilst scrolling up or down with the wheel to alter the text size.

Opera (Mac and PC)

Go to the 'Opera' menu, hover on 'Page, and hover on 'Zoom' to select a setting , or alternatively you can use the CTRL key with the plus or minus to increase or decrease the size.

Safari (Mac and PC)

Go the 'View' menu and use the 'Zoom In' and 'Zoom Out' menu items. Alternatively you can use the option key with + or - to increase or decrease the text size..