New London Theatre

New London Theatre
Drury Lane

War Horse is playing at the New London Theatre

Nearest Underground stations are Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines) and Covent Garden (Piccadilly line).

The New London Theatre has an allocation of tickets for every performance which it sells via See Tickets. If you can't find the tickets you want on the National Theatre website, please try booking tickets with See directly:

SEE Tickets phone: 0871 230 1547 (Booking Fee)

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Please note: Booking fees apply.

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Parking at the theatre couldn’t be easier, as there is a large NCP car park in Parker Mews, directly below the theatre.

Discounted parking at NCP Parker Mews
War Horse ticket holders can get 25% off parking at NCP Parker Mews, the covered car park directly below the theatre, with 330 spaces including 42 wider bays and 2 disabled bays. Discount vouchers are available in person from the Box Office or Theatre Managers at the New London Theatre. When you are ready to exit the car park, simply insert your original parking ticket into the payment machines along with the validation ticket to activate the discount. For details of rates and opening hours visit the NCP website.

Access Information

The New London Theatre is a difficult environment for anyone with physical access requirements including those people using a wheelchair or who are ambulant disabled. The New London Theatre itself is built on high upper levels of the building. There is no lift front of house, the escalator in the main entrance foyer connects to a higher level which after using the escalator means a further 30 – 70 steps to reach seats in the auditorium.

Access Bookings

Bookings for disabled patrons are handled by the Customer Relations team at See Tickets:
Tel: 0844 412 4648
Minicom: 020 7087 7839
Fax: 020 7087 7771

Captioned and Audio-Described performances

We programme Captioned performances for Deaf or partially hearing visitors and Audio-described performances and touch tours for visually impaired people.

Prior to most Audio-described performances, Touch Tours offer an opportunity to visit the stage, handle the props and meet some of the company. Our Touch Tours are free and last around 30 minutes. Please book your place through the Box Office.

To book for Captioned and Audio-described performances please contact the National Theatre Box Office:
Tel: 020 7452 3000
Please mention when booking so we can offer appropriate seats with a good view of the captioning unit.
Details of Captioned and Audio-described performances are listed on the Buy tickets page.

Wheelchair spaces

£25 for all performances. Companion seats also available at £25.

Wheelchair users

We recommend arriving at the theatre 30 minutes before the performance. Please introduce yourself at the Box Office in the main foyer and a member of the front-of-house team will accompany you for your visit, including the interval. The route for wheelchair users to the auditorium is via Stage Door area, where there is a large goods lift. This large lift does not go all the way to the level of the auditorium, and the majority of people will need to transfer to a small house wheelchair in a backstage area, as the second lift on the route will not accommodate many sizes of wheelchair and cannot accommodate any electric wheelchair or scooter.
There is an adjacent accessible toilet on the same level.

Assistance dogs

Please ask at point of booking. Dogs may be taken into aisle seats (there is no air conditioning, heating under the seat) or can be looked after by front of house staff.

Infra-red audio system

Available in the theatre for every performance. There are 20 headset receivers for people who are partially hearing and 13 neck loops for those who use a hearing aid. Headsets are essential and available from the Box Office.

Large print and braille cast lists for blind and visually impaired people

Available from the Box Office in the main entrance for every performance.

Production effects

Strobe lighting, smoke effects, recorded explosion and gun shots.