Our aim is to be an inclusive space for everyone

We will happily reserve appropriate seating for patrons with specific access requirements.

Furthermore, if you are unable to attend a concert alone and require a companion to come with you then that companion comes for free.

Companions do not need a ticket but you do need to inform us in advance if you are attending with, or as, a companion.

We do not have separate tickets for disabled customers – just buy a standard ticket via any of the agencies but remember you do not need a ticket for your companion.

Please then contact us to inform us of any specific requirements you have and the size of your party. We will reserve a suitable space for you in the auditorium and make the appropriate notes for the people at the door.

Please contact us at [email protected] or call us on 0207 916 2222


Building Access

Reception & Hub

To gain access to our reception area we have a ramp to the left of the stairs which will take you up to our automatic doors. Once inside, we have a passenger lift that will transport you to Level 1 (the Hub) and Level 2 (Reception).

If you are an electric wheelchair user, please contact [email protected] ahead of attending the event and a member of staff will be available to provide directions or escort you to the relevant event space.

The McNamara

The McNamara is situated just past the Hub and can be accessed via our ramp and passenger lift. Events in the McNamara will be signposted on arrival but do ask a member of staff if you need assistance locating the space.

Presidential Suite

Our Presidential Suite is on Level 1 but is located up a set of seven steps. Ticketed events in the Presidential Suite will always be noted as not being accessible to wheelchair users, but do email us at [email protected] to clarify.

Tom Bugler

The Tom Bugler is our smaller meeting room on Level 1, this room is also accessible via ramp and lift and sits just past the toilets. If you plan to arrive in an electric wheelchair for an event in this space, please email [email protected] with the dimensions of your chair so we can confirm access will be possible.


On Level 2 and up two flights of narrow stairs is our Chapel. Gig nights will be signposted but if you are booked in privately to use our Chapel please contact [email protected] before arrival and let us know of any equipment you may need to bring. We can advise on how best to load them in.

Kennedy Hall & Library

The entrance to Kennedy Hall is located on Murray Mews. There is a small step up to gain entry to our hall for which a ramp is available. Please ask on arrival or email [email protected] before you visit.

The library is accessed through Kennedy Hall. An accessible toilet is situated just outside of Kennedy Hall but does not require a radar key.

Office Access

Please be aware that if you have a meeting on-site in one of our offices and require access to Level 2 or 3, a member of staff will meet you and escort you up using our passenger lift.


Induction Loop

Should you need use of an induction loop during an event, please contact [email protected] beforehand so we can ensure the correct tech is in place.


Our main stage lighting is LED and is in use at most events. We also use LED uplighters with colour washes.

Lighting levels at the London Irish Centre are generally low during performances in event spaces but will be relit during intervals and pre/post-show.

Occasionally strobe or strobe-like effects may be used. If this is the case it will be signposted at the main entrance.

If on the night you have any concerns about the lighting in the event space please speak to a member of staff.


If you have an appointment with us and require an interpreter or documents in a different format, please email [email protected] or call 0207 916 2222 beforehand.


The Hub and bar area are dog-friendly, and guide-dogs our welcome in our function spaces.


There is one wheelchair-accessible toilet located on Level 1 which is opened via radar key. Ask a member of staff if you do not have a personal radar key and we can provide you with one.


The London Irish Centre does not have its own car park or disabled parking, but Blue Badge holders can park in resident bays, and pay and display bays are available for an unlimited time.

For full details please visit the Camden Council website.

Public Transport

Nearest Tube: Camden Town Northern Line

Nearest Overground: Camden Road

Nearest Buses: 253, 274, 29

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