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Accessible Bookings at O2 Academy Brixton
Any accessible questions or enquiries must be made with the venue directly via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7787 3129 10am-3pm/Mon-Fri. Accessible seating/wheelchair access tickets can only be booked directly with the venue due to limited spaces.
To book for the access platform please call 020 7787 3129 10am-3pm/Mon-Fri. All bookings are first come first served on this line, please note that there is only one line which can be busy when a show has gone on sale.
If you just require a companion to attend the show as you are ok with standing or going up 80 stairs to the circle seating please book a ticket of your choice and contact email@example.com with your reference number within the hour of booking. Please explain what your needs are for a companion ticket. Please do not book a ticket this way if you need accessible seating or wheelchair access. See above about how to book for the acces
Gigs: No under 8s are allowed to attend events at O2 Academy Brixton. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult and seated in the Circle.
Clubs: Strictly over 18s (Photographic ID may be required)
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We ask all customers attending the O2 Academy Brixton to respect our neighbours and act in a quiet and orderly manner in the surrounding area.
Nearest Car Park:
Go to http://www.lambeth.gov.uk for information about parking in Brixton.
Nearest Tube Stations:
Brixton (Victoria Line)
Stockwell (Northern Line)
National and Local Rail Services and Bus Services:
For up to date travel information call 020 7222 1234 (24 hours) or visit www.tfl.gov.uk
O2 Academy Brixton has long been hailed London’s flagship venue, a must-play for artists and must-visit for music lovers. It has scooped the NME “Best Venue” award on an incredible twelve occasions between 1994 and 2007, proving its popularity with fans and the media alike and in 2009, received the Music Week ‘Venue Of The Year’ Award. With a capacity of almost 5,000, it is truly one of a kind on the circuit and combines the feeling of an electrifying arena sized atmosphere, with great views because of its sloping floor and incredible capabilities for production. Anyone who has waited for their favourite band to walk on stage at the South London venue will testify to its unbeatable atmosphere. Its magnificent art deco interior has been preserved and it houses Europe’s largest fixed stage, framed by an elaborate proscenium arch, based on the design of the Rialto Bridge.