Wheatsheaf Hall

Sedos uses Wheatsheaf Hall as a rehearsal and social venue. We are excited that in the summer of 2024, we will also bring this space to life as a performance venue when Sunday in the Park with George plays there 20-30 June.

Wheatsheaf Hall has been a community venue since 1988 when members of the local community leased the building from the Council. It was awarded Grade II listed status in 1975 and is run by volunteers.

Your visit to Wheatsheaf Hall


Wheatsheaf Hall,
Wheatsheaf Lane,

Getting to Wheatsheaf Hall

The closest tube station to Wheatsheaf is Nine Elms. The venue is also within walking distance of Vauxhall, Stockwell, Oval and Kennington tube stations. Vauxhall is also served by overground trains.

Buses 2 and 88 stop the closest to the venue. A number of other buses also travel along the A3036 and stop near Nine Elms station, just a few minutes walk away.

You cannot park right outside Wheatsheaf Hall – Wheatsheaf Lane is narrow and short, with no turning spaces at the end. If you drive in to drop people off, you will have to back out onto the main road.

Tickets and entering the theatre

Your tickets will be sent by email if you book online. You do not need to print your tickets – it’s fine to show them on a mobile phone at the door.

For Sunday in the Park with George, the hall will be open for audience members to take their seats one hour before curtain up.

If the performance is not sold out, tickets can be bought at the hall from around 90 minutes before curtain up.


The bar is open approximately an hour before performances, at the interval, and for approximately 60 minutes after the show.


In general, audience members arriving late for a Sedos show will be held in the foyer until a suitable point for admission, when they will be shown in by an usher or member of stage crew. You will be taken to the most easily available seat so you will probably not be able to join your party if you arrive late.

Certain shows may not be able to admit latecomers at all or not until the interval, so you are advised to arrive in good time for curtain up.


Please note, Sedos is now a cashless operation so we will only take card payments for programmes and ticket sales on the door. The bar also operates cashless, so all bar sales are made by card payments.


All areas of Wheatsheaf Hall which need to be used by the audience for Sunday in the Park with George are accessible through the main entrance and are on the ground level. Access to the hall and bar is over a threshold stone with a riser height ranging from 110-150mm from right to left.  There is a gender neutral accessible toilet and ladies’ toilets on the main ground floor. The men’s toilets and urinals are down three steps.

There are 17 steps up to the balcony. The balcony will be used as an overflow bar area for the Sunday in the Park with George audience but it is not necessary for the audience to go up there.

Visit Wheatsheaf Hall’s website

The cast of Richard III rehearsing at Wheatsheaf Hall in 2024

The cast of Richard III rehearsing at Wheatsheaf in 2024