14+ only. 14s to 15s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
KOKO's Disability Policy
KOKO is keen to promote equality of opportunity for disabled people and to
take the necessary steps to meet disabled people's needs.
This guide is designed to inform everybody who comes to KOKO what we can
offer customers who may have particular needs.
Bookings & Ticketing
We do not have allocated disabled tickets.
We do not have "disabled area" tickets. Tickets must be bought in the same
way as non disabled people. Once a person has bought a ticket we can provide
them an allocated space in the disabled area. If the event is sold out we
cannot sell extra tickets.
Personal Assistant Ticketing Scheme.
People with accessibility needs may need to have someone with them. We offer
a 2 for 1 Ticket Policy for personal assistants. This arrangement is made
through the venue and not the ticketing agencies.
Aside from this we do not offer a reduced rate ticket price.
The service we offer is of equal quality to both disabled and non disabled
people so a discount is not necessary.
Straight off the back of his storming, soul-shredding debut EP The Boy Who Cried Freedom, UK future soul star Jacob Banks announces a world tour that will take the 25 year-old Birmingham-born artist across Europe, on to North America and then back to the UK for his biggest headline shows to date, commencing in October.
A truly captivating live performer, Jacob's shows have a habit of selling out within hours of being announced. He delivered a spellbinding performance at London's Hoxton Bar & Kitchen in April and will be back in London to headline a sold out date at Village Underground in Shoreditch on October 30th, with the addition of another date at KOKO on December 12th.