The Gate Theatre is located at:
26 Crowndale Road, Camden, London, NW1 1TT
- Mornington Crescent (Northern line), a 3 min walk
- Euston (Overground, Northern and Victoria lines), a 10 min walk
- Kings Cross (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Piccadilly)
- 46 and 214 have stops closest to the theatre
- 27, 29, 134, 268, 253 stop near Mornington Crescent station
By car: there are single yellow lines located on Crowndale Road and Bayham Street – Disabled Badge holders can park here
By bike: lots of bicycle parking space near Mornington Crescent station
The 110 seat theatre at 26 Crowndale Road is wheelchair accessible and step free on the ground floor. For any mobility or access concerns or questions, please call our box office and we will be happy to discuss options with you.
If you have any specific requirements or need additional information before attending a Gate performance, please do contact our General Manager, Wofai by email on email@example.com or by Telephone/Text Relay 020 7229 5387 and we will accommodate you wherever possible.
Toilets & Facilities
There are three gender neutral toilets available. Door widths vary between 68cm and 76cm, and 84cm for the wheelchair accessible toilet, which includes baby changing facilities.
The 26 Crowndale Bar
The bar will be open for performances, serving a selection of beverages (soft drinks and alcoholic) and light confectionary, which can be taken into the auditorium. The bar opens from 7pm.
If you would like to discuss any of this with us or have a more detailed conversation we would love to hear from you.
Please contact our General Manager, Wofai, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by Telephone/Text Relay 020 7229 5387.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Gate Theatre shows.
We encourage all our visitors and staff to be mindful of others who may not yet feel comfortable with the relaxing of restrictions.
Accessible Performance Dates
We are able to provide captioned, audio-described and relaxed performances for most of our shows. You can find individual performance details on each show page – explore via What’s On.
- Bootycandy: Sat 4 Mar, 2.30pm (a touch tour is available before performance – add to basket)
- HOT IN HERE: Sat 17 Jun, 2.30pm (a touch tour is available before performance – add to your basket)
- Bootycandy: Tue 28 Feb, 7:30pm
- HOT IN HERE: All performances are creatively captioned
- Brassic FM: Tue 12 Sep, 7:30pm
Relaxed / Reduced Capacity performances
Audio Described Performances
We now offer an audio described performance and touch tour for every show in our season. We also produce Audio Described notes for each production and publish them on our website as soon as a show opens.
Audio Described notes, written copy or larger font copy of any show can be found on the respective show page where available.
Guide and hearing dogs are welcome by request to either sit in the auditorium or to be looked after by one of the Front of House team.
- To be able to freely enter and exit the auditorium when needed throughout
- Additional space in the auditorium; tickets will be sold at 70% max capacity
- A relaxed attitude to audience making noise in the auditorium
- Alterations to the sound, light or other theatrical effects where applicable (i.e. no strobe/flashing lights; lower volume sound)
If you use a hearing aid we have an induction loop in the foyer and theatre for hearing aid users which our Box Office staff would be more than happy to make available for you.
We also offer captioned performances for all our shows. During our captioned performances you are able to view the dialogue on a display screen that is placed above the stage or a tablet in your lap. The captions are delivered live so the audience can follow who is speaking as well as information like sound effects and music. Though usually for people who are deaf, deafened and hard of hearing, captioning can be useful to everyone, especially if English is not their first language.
We also live caption the post show talk after each captioned show. This will usually be with members of the cast and creative teams who have worked on the show. These events are free.
If you’d like to find out more about captioning, click here to watch a short film from Stagetext.