Sadler's Wells

Now showing at the Sadler's Wells

Somnium - A Dancers Dream

Somnium - A Dancers Dream

SOMNIUM: A Dancer’s Dream, is the explosive dance show starring World Latin Showdance Champions and Strictly professionals Neil and Katya Jones.

Directed and choreographed by Neil Jones, SOMNIUM: A Dancer’s Dream tells the story of a boy from Britain and a girl from Russia who met, fell in love and overcame the odds to become dance stars. Starring real life couple Neil and Katya Jones and a company of dancers, the show features vivid storytelling and sensational Latin and ballroom choreography. It also depicts a complicated modern love story, exploring how the path of love doesn’t always run smoothly.

Booking from: Thursday, 20th June 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 22nd June 2019
Running time: 1 More Info
Birmingham Royal Ballet - [Un]leashed

Birmingham Royal Ballet - [Un]leashed

Birmingham Royal Ballet returns for their first visit of the year with a new triple bill.

Booking from: Tuesday, 25th June 2019
Booking until: Wednesday, 26th June 2019
Running time: 2 More Info
Birmingham Royal Ballet - Hobson's Choice

Birmingham Royal Ballet - Hobson's Choice

Behind the scenes at a shoeshop in Edwardian Salford, headstrong Maggie manages to ditch her drunkard dad, and find success in both love and business.

Booking from: Friday, 28th June 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 29th June 2019
Running time: 2 More Info

Sadler's Wells Seating Plan

Sadler's Wells

Sadler's Wells on the Map

How to get there: (5mins) Take Upper St towards the City Road crossroads. Continue straight and turn right into Rosebery Avenue, where the theatre is 100m down on the right.

Rosebery Avenue

Buses: 19, 38, 341

Nearest Underground: Angel


Sadler's Wells Theatre is located on Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell in the London Borough of Islington. The present theatre is the sixth on the site and seats 1,500. It also contains the 200-seat Lilian Baylis Theatre.

It is best known for its ballet, but contemporary dance and opera are also part of the repertoire. Also, the venue can be described as a receiving house for visiting companies with their own productions.

The current theatre opened on 11 October 1998 after being rebuilt with money from the National Lottery.