Sadler's Wells is the UK's leading dance house, uniquely dedicated to bringing the very best dance to London. From contemporary dance to tango, hip hop to flamenco, tap to kathak, Sadler's Wells is playing a leading role in bringing dance to the forefront.
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Sadler’s Wells is the world's No.1 venue dedicated to bringing the very best international and UK dance to London audiences. We present dance in all forms from contemporary to circus, ballet to bollywood, tap to tango, flamenco to family shows, and much more.
If you live modern dance and performance this is really good value for money if you’re willing to sit further up. You can get tickets for £15 and has major international dance companies touring.
If you want an alternative to West End shows with cheaper tickets, London’s No.1 venue dedicated to international dance - presenting dance in all forms from contemporary to flamenco, ballet to hip hop and more. My favourite performance – Romeo and Juliet.
“Almeida is a small local theatre that’s made a big impact on London’s performing arts scene. Open since 1980, the theatre puts on a variety of drama productions, ranging from classics such as Orwell’s 1984 and Shakespeare’s Hamlet to new productions by contemporary playwrights. Many plays put on at the 325-seat theatre go on to be shown in London’s West End.”
“North African and Spanish dishes and all-day tapas in smart space with low lights and wooden floors. -£££”
“Screen on the Green is a single-screen theatre overlooking Islington Green which offers a distinctive movie going experience and is more than a century old. Its neon-lit exterior and retro marquee make it hard to miss, and inside there’s a licensed bar for a pre-movie tipple.”
“A bit more pricey but does amazing vegetarian dishes and the menu is mindblowing.... Great juices also”