The O2 Brixton Academy is undoubtedly One of London's most amazing large venues and has seen events spanning across most genres and musical forms. And it has seen more than its fair share of top artists over the years from David Bowie, James Brown, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan to The Beastie Boys, Cyprus Hills, and Marilyn Manson to Underworld, The Chemical Brothers, Orbital, Leftfield and countless others.
The Brixton underwent huge renovations in 2000 after its birth in 1929 as the Astoria Theatre and with its enormous main room has a capacity both seated and standing well over 4000.
Any accessible questions or enquiries must be made with the venue directly. Accessible seating and wheelchair access tickets can only be booked directly with the venue due to limited spaces.
Please call 020 7787 3129 10am-5pm/Mon-Fri
or email on - [email protected]
See venue website for more information - https://www.academymusicgroup.com/o2academybrixton/access
Disabled access seating is on a raised viewing platform located on house left.
There is a disabled ramp at the building entrance, a disabled toilet at the rear of the auditorium and a first aid room is available.
There are around 80 stairs to the circle seating, there is a handrail on all stairs leading up to the circle but there are no handrails in the circle itself.
There are no seats in the stalls standing area.
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 protected]
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 access platform. The venue is unable to offer a companion ticket once the show has sold out and cannot issue them on secondary market sales.