Reprising Gene Kelly's famous and iconic role in the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer movie of the same name, song-and-dance legend, Adam Cooper, stars in Jonathan Church’s critically acclaimed production of Singin’ in the Rain which will showcase at Sadlers Wells until September 5th. The production was previously a smash-hit at both the Chichester Festival Theatre and in the West End and now returns to London to make this a summer real splash!
Featuring high-energy choreography from Andrew Wright and Simon Higlett’s sumptuous set design which includes over 14,000 litres of water on stage every night, this is a show that is packed full of the wit, charm and romance that made the original motion picture of one of the world’s best- loved movies. The glorious MGM musical score which includes 'Good Morning', 'Moses Supposes', 'Make ‘em Laugh' and the legendary title song' Singin’ in the Rain'.
Seating PlanSadler's Wells Seating Plan
AddressRosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN
Directions from nearest tube
(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.
King's Cross St Pancras
Rosebery Avenue 19, 38, 341. Upper Street 4, 43, 56, 153. Pentonville Road 30, 205, 214, 394, 476
Night Bus Numbers
Rosebery Avenue N19, N38, N41, 341. Upper Street 43. Pentonville Road 205, 214, N73
Bowling Green Lane (8mins)
Within Congestion Zone
The theatre has three levels - the stalls on the ground floor, the first circle one floor up and then the second circle on the top floor which can feel a little far away from the action but tickets for this section are priced accordingly and are ideal for patrons on a budget.
As the theatre is relatively modern, there are not too many issues with restrictions and thankfully no pillars to negotiate so sightlines from most seats are very good. The first two rows of the stalls are classed as 'restricted' due to the close proximity of the stage but offer excellent value for money as does the back row of the first circle which has minor restrictions due to the overhang from the second circle. Rows N-S in the stalls can also come with a minor restriction depending on the production due to the overhang from the first circle but offer good value for money and should not be discounted. It is always highly recommended to study the seating plan prior to booking tickets at Sadlers Wells to ensure complete transparency over your purchase.
Generally speaking the centre stalls seats and the first few rows of the first circle will be classed as 'Premium' tickets at Sadlers Wells offering completely unobstructed and panoramic views of the stage and are therefore usually priced as such.
As most of the productions at Sadlers Wells perform for strictly limited seasons it is unusual to see official discount tickets at Sadlers Wells. This does not mean that there is no value to be had though and studying the seating plan can bring about big savings as all of the separate price ranges come with cut off points which can sometimes see a substantial difference in price of seats located either next to each other or directly behind each other. Checking the seating plan thoroughly before booking should give an insight as to where the cut off points are and exactly where the best value is to be had.
Due to the limited seasons that most productions run for at Sadlers Wells there are very few official discounts available at the venue and producers will as a rule sell tickets to third party agents at full price to maximise profits for the shows. This means that if you are looking to book tickets at Sadlers Wells online through an external agency it is likely that they will have to charge a booking fee to make a profit. Booking directly from the box office for this venue can be beneficial to avoid this. When booking tickets online through third party agencies please ensure that they are members of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) to ensure complete transparency over all fees connected with your purchase.