Ninety One Living Room Accessibility
At Ninety One Living Room we strive to make all of our shows enjoyable and accesible to everyone. Although our participating venues each have their own unique quirks and challenges, with your feedback we can identify issues and come up with practical solutions. Please see below answers to our access FAQs:
Unfortunately, Ninety One Living Room does not currently have wheelchair access to the venue. Structural modifications to the venue are limited due to our premise being a listed building. However, Ninety One is currently under audit for necessary works, which we hope can provide a solution to this issue in the near future.
Viewing and audience participation
In the instance you are concerned about visibility please reach out in advance via email@example.com. We will aim to secure a good viewing spot for yourself and your carer (if applicable) but cannot guarantee we will achieve the desired position due to the popularity of certain shows and attendance levels.
Blind or vision impaired visitors
Please let us know in advance by contacting us here and we will aim to make your experience as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Guide and assistance dogs
Guide and hearing assistance dogs are welcome, however please let us know when you are booking. We can discuss suitable locations where your dog can stay throughout the show.
Medical Needs and Emergencies
In the case of an injury or emergency, our venue is equipped with a First Aid Kit and medical attention point. If you require any assistance or a private area at any point, please speak to a member of staff. If an ambulance is needed in attendance, please notify a member of staff immediately to ensure as rapid a response as possible. Particular requirements can be made in advance. Please contact a member of our team here.
Tickets for companions
If you need a ticket for a companion, carer or personal assistant, we are happy to provide a ticket free of charge. Please contact us here prior to booking so we can understand more about your needs and how we can best support you.
Bookings and Tickets
You can find all our events with links to event tickets on our What’s On page. If you are having difficulty booking tickets, please contact us here
While reservations are not mandatory for enjoying drinks, we highly recommend them for larger groups to ensure a seamless experience. Please note that If you wish to attend an event or party, purchasing a ticket in advance is required.
Generally, set times are not available until the day of the event. However, you can always find the door and finish times listed on the event’s page. Rest assured, our team works hard to keep everything on time, but occasionally a show may run behind schedule. If you have any concerns regarding timings and your travel arrangements, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 020 7770 6107
Quietness During Performances
Ninety One kindly asks that conversations be kept to a minimum during quiet performances – this is out of respect for the artists and your fellow guests.
Strictly Over 18+s past 7PM
Please bare in mind that we are a strictly over 18+s venue. Please ensure that you have proof of ID upon arrival. Security and staff retain the right to refuse admission at any point.
Accessible public transport
For information on which London Underground stations are accessible, download the step free tube guide
Get more details on the wide range of accessible public transport in London from Transport for London.
For official Twitter updates and customer service for accessibility on the Capital’s transport network, follow TFL Access.
Every London bus route is wheelchair accessible, with automatic ramps and designated wheelchair spaces.
Nearby Bus Stations and Routes
- 8 from Oxford St to Bow Bus Garage
- 388 from London Bridge to Stratford City
- 205 from Cleveland Terrace to Bow Church
- 25 from Ilford to City Thameslink Station
- 149 from London Bridge to Edmonton Green
Nearest Tube stations:
The nearest national overground train station is Liverpool Street Station with operates many trains on a regular basis to various parts of the country – Please make sure to check running times before you travel
For assisted travel needs please visit the passenger assist section of their website.
Parking and by car
Public transport is by far the easiest way to get to us, but if you are traveling by car here is some information about the car parks nearby. Disabled parking spaces can be arranged in advance if you contact us here.
If we have not answered your queries with the information above, please do not hesitate to get in touch via email@example.com
Ninety One Living Room was born from the philosophy that life should be high in quality, ease and style. Shape-shifting daily from freelancer cafe to late-night music venue, we aim to execute every detail seamlessly, marrying high-quality food and mixology with good-looking interiors, an excellent music programme and super-friendly staff.
Committed to the cause of bringing Good Times, our staff are friendly, unpretentious experts in their fields. At Ninety One, customer service is as it would be at home: bespoke in every sense. So, strike up a chat, order something off the menu, or inquire about holding an event with us.