Show information

Where is the show?

Address:
The Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ
King’s Road
London
SW3 4RY

By Underground:
The gallery is 3-4 minutes walk from Sloane Square Underground (District and Circle lines) and 10-12 minutes’ walk from Victoria (Victoria, District & Circle lines).

By Bus:
11,19,22,49,211,319 (King’s Road), 11,137,211 (Lower Sloane Street).

By Train:
The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is 10-12 minutes’ walk from the gallery.

What is the running time?

The show lasts approx. 60 mins with no interval.

When should I arrive?

Please arrive no later than 15mins before your ticket time.

What if I’m late?

While we do our best to admit late comers we can make no guarantees that this will be possible.

What ages is the show suitable for and what themes are dealt with in the show?

The show is suitable for ages 14+ with parental discretion. Children between 14 and 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the show contains nudity and themes relating to imprisonment and human rights abuse.

What should I wear?

You’ll be on your feet as you step into the world of Inside Pussy Riot, sensible shoes are advised!

Can I take photos?

We do not allow photography or filming in the show itself and audience members using cameras or recording technology will be asked to leave.

Is there a cloakroom?

Visitors are required to check bags, coats and other items into the cloakroom at The Saatchi Gallery. We advise against bringing large bags where possible.

What access provision is there?

The show is wheelchair accessible however due to limitations of the space wheelchair access will be limited to one wheelchair per entry time and may involve taking dedicated wheelchair routes through the show which are as full of action as any other route. Please contact us on info@insidepussyriot.com if you use an electric wheelchair or a wheelchair which is wider or taller than standard before making a booking.

If you have any mobility issues, vision or hearing impairment or any other access requirements, please contact us on info@insidepussyriot.com prior to making an access booking with as much information as possible in order to make sure your access needs are met. There are no ticket price concessions for access bookers but we provide one complimentary companion ticket for every access booker and for your safety we require you to bring a companion.

Please bring proof of disability or access needs to box office with you on the day of the show to avoid being charged for a second ticket. If you are unable to do so, please email us at info@insidepussyriot.com.

For audience members with limited mobility, please note that there are limited seating opportunities in the show and you will be standing for the majority of the experience.

Can I attend if I am pregnant?

Inside Pussy Riot is suitable for pregnant people but please be advised that the show is approx. 60mins long much of which will be spent standing and there is no access to toilet facilities during the show.

What if I am claustrophobic?

Audience members who suffer from claustrophobia, nyctophobia or heart conditions should be advised that certain sections may be unsuitable. The show contains a number of small spaces and scenes may be intense. There will be escape options within scenes but we would strongly advise people to carefully think before attending.

Does the performance contain strobe or flashing lighting?

Please contact us on info@insidepussyriot.com if you have concerns about strobe lighting. More information will be available here soon.

Will I need to eat or drink anything as part of the show?

As part of the immersive nature of the show, audience participation may involve eating food which may be unsuitable for vegans or those with gluten or dairy intolerances. Please note that this is not a compulsory element of the experience. A full ingredients list will be available here soon. Please raise any allergy concerns with Front of House on arrival or contact us on info@insidepussyriot.com if you would like to be kept informed when a full ingredients list has been confirmed.

Can I leave at any point during the show?

There are measures in place should you need to leave suddenly during the show but it is not encouraged and unfortunately we are unable to accommodate re-entry if you do decide to leave.

Am I going to be split up from my group in the experience?

Parts of the show involve audience members having individual experiences and while you may not spend the whole show with the group you came with, we promise you will all be reunited at the end of the experience!

Can I also visit the Art Riot : Post Soviet Actionism exhibition at The Saatchi Gallery?

We encourage audience members to visit the free Art Riot exhibition as part of their pre or post show experience. Please note the exhibition opening times available on The Saatchi Gallery website www.saatchigallery.com.

Can I buy a ticket on the door?

Tickets will be available to purchase on the door subject to availability however, we strongly recommend purchasing a ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.

Do I need to print my ticket?

We can accept tickets in printed or digital form on a phone or alternative device. We are unable to admit anyone who is not able to show a valid ticket, if you have lost your ticket or it has not arrived, please contact your ticket provider in advance of arrival.

Education and workshops

We offer one complementary staff ticket per ten students across all time slots Monday - Sunday subject to availability. The offer is valid for educational groups, school groups or university groups. Proof may be requested in the form of a teacher staff ID. We are happy to extend the same offer to university groups attending without a member of staff. For groups of students under 18 years of age, we require at least one member of staff to attend for every 14 students. We do not accept bookings from groups with students under 14 years of age.

To book please call the group bookings line on 08444124650.

We advise all bookers that the show contains nudity and themes relating to human rights abuse and imprisonment.

We run a programme of talks and practical workshops suitable for secondary school groups aged 14+, university level students and anyone else who would like more of an insight into the show. We offer talks and workshops focussing on the subject matter behind the production as well as practical workshops focussed on acting, immersive theatre and devising. Please contact info@insidepussyriot.com for more information.