ArtsEd is just a three-minute walk from Turnham Green tube station, which serves the District and Piccadilly Lines (Zones 2/3).
Bus or Train
Buses E3, 190, 272 and 391 stop practically outside the school and will all take you to the West End and further afield. The nearest mainline station is Chiswick Railway Station, which is a 15-minute bus ride away.
There is no visitor parking available at ArtsEd, so please bear this in mind when planning your journey. There is metered parking available on nearby roads, which is free after 6:30pm.
National Rail services link up to TfL networks from Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Stansted and London City airports.
Coming to see a show
- We are no longer using paper tickets so please present your e-tickets on your phone to our staff, who will direct you to your seats.
- Our foyer is equipped with hand sanitiser stations and our toilets are being thoroughly and regularly cleaned.
- Our theatre bar is now open! Head to the atrium for a pre-show drink, or pre-order for the interval.
ArtsEd’s public areas are fully accessible. Please do get in touch with the Box Office to discuss any of your access requirements, including seating arrangements. You can reach them directly on 0208 987 6623.
Visitors with access requirements can purchase discounted tickets, and carer tickets are provided free of charge.
Getting around the building
There is ramp access at the front entrance to the building.
Both the bar and Box Office have areas that are accessible to wheelchair users. There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor, adjacent to the theatre.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre has up to eight wheelchair spaces in the Stalls (fewer if accompanied by a carer). Please let the Box Office know if you would like to transfer so that we can provide storage for your wheelchair.
The Front of House Manager will assist visitors in accessing the theatre and if possible seat them prior to the general house opening.
Patrons with hearing difficulties
Our infrared induction loop can be used in conjunction with the T setting to assist in amplifying sound from the stage. Sennheiser ‘necklaces’ are available to create personal induction loops for hearing aid users. We ask for a refundable deposit of £20.
The front row is kept off sale for as long as practicable to ensure seats are available for patrons with hearing difficulties.
Patrons with sight impairment
The front row is kept off sale for as long as practicable to ensure seats are available for patrons with sight impairments.
We welcome guide and hearing dogs. Please let the Box Office know when booking your ticket so that we can arrange an aisle seat or have someone available to look after your dog. Our productions sometimes use loud noises and surprising lighting effects. If this is likely to disturb your dog, please discuss this with us when booking your ticket.