St John's Hackney, Lower Clapton Road, London, E5 0PD, UK
Join Jonathan David Helser and The Cageless Birds when they come to the UK this winter for 7 nights of unforgettable live worship. Jonathan David is part of the Bethel Music Collective and has written songs that have resonated around the world, including "No Longer Slaves". This event is one not to be missed.
All tickets will be delivered as e-tickets. If you haven't received your ticket shortly after you complete your booking please log into your account on the Big Church Live website where it can be downloaded. Please have your e-ticket ready for checking on arrival at the venue as there will be strictly no admittance without a ticket. You can bring the e-ticket on your phone or tablet, however each individual must have their own ticket on their own phone, and the tickets must be downloaded before joining the queue.
How to get to venue:
By Tube or Rail: Hackney Central (London Overground) is the nearest station, a short journey from Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line) on the London Overground. There are no underground stations nearby. From Hackney Central, as you exit the station turn right onto Amhurst Rd and then take the first left onto Mare Street. Follow this road for 0.2 miles and you will see St John on the right hand side.
By Bus: Routes 38, 43, 48, 55, 56, 106, 242, 253, 254, 425, 488 all serve Lower Clapton Road and stop directly outside the venue.
Parking: There is no parking available on site. Please visit http://www.hackney.gov.uk/visitor-parking for more information about parking locally
The venue has a wheelchair ramp at the main entrance, and provides wheelchair accessible toilets.
The concert is standing however provision will be made for a rope & post wheelchair viewing area in front of the mojo barrier. Please note that this will not be raised. There is limited seating on the balcony which may be reserved for people who are unable to stand (unfortunately the venue does not have a lift in place.)
The venue will require accreditation to approve this and due to the seating being unreserved, arrangements for a priority access will be made which require attendees to be available at the front of the building just before the time of doors. Note, seating on the balcony and in the wheelchair viewing area will be limited to one individual plus companion only (2 spaces.) For more information about accessibility or reserved seating at the venue please contact firstname.lastname@example.org