FAQ: How To Get To Sadlers Wells Theatre?

What area is Sadlers Wells in?

Sadler’s Wells is situated in a quiet part of Islington in North London, near Angel tube station and high street. About 10 minutes away from the theatre, you can find Upper Street, a busy road with many excellent places to eat and drink.

Where is Sadler’s Wells theatre in London?

Sadler’s Wells Theatre is a performing arts venue in Clerkenwell, London, England located on Rosebery Avenue next to New River Head. The present-day theatre is the sixth on the site since 1683.

Is Sadlers Wells in congestion zone?

Sadler’s Wells Theatre is inside London’s congestion charge zone. The nearest car park outside the congestion charge zone is in Parkfield Street. For information on exemptions, discounts and how to pay, visit Transport for London.

How old is Sadlers Wells?

338 c. 1683 Sadler’s Wells Theatre /: How old is Sadlers Wells? When was Sadler’s Wells Theatre built? 1683

What has Matthew Bourne choreographed?

Bourne has created choreography for several major revivals of classic musicals including Cameron Mackintosh’s productions of Oliver! (1994) and My Fair Lady (Olivier Award 2002) as well as the National Theatre’s revival of South Pacific (2001).

Where is Northern Ballet based?

Northern Ballet is a purpose-built, six-storey facility located on Quarry Hill in central Leeds in the thriving cultural quarter. We share our home with Phoenix Dance Theatre, Northern Ballet Academy and students from Leeds Beckett University’s performing arts courses.

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Who founded Sadlers Wells?

1600s – 1900s. Sadler’s Wells is a spring of inspiration, literally. Before it became known as the artistic venue it is today, it was a ‘Musick House’ in the small manor of Isledon (now the borough of Islington), built by Richard Sadler who was a Surveyor of Highways as well.

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