Deaf Havana

O2 Academy Brixton, London.

Deaf Havana

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14+ only in the standing area, 8s - 13s must be accompanied by an adult in the seating area. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
STANDING £23.25 (£20.00) Transaction fee applicable *
BALCONY £23.25 (£20.00) Transaction fee applicable *

* The transaction fee is £2.50 for Standard Delivery.

Please note that this fee is per transaction and not per ticket.

More information about Deaf Havana tickets

Price includes a £1.25 venue facility fee

General O2 Academy Brixton Information:

Letters or Authorisation are accepted on non-names on ticket events. Just bring a letter from whoever booked
them for you, stating your name, the booking reference and the last four digits
of the card they used to buy them giving you authorisation to collect the tickets.

For events with no age limit, under 14's must be accompanied by an adult and
seated in the circle.

Under 21's require I.D. to purchase alcohol.

Please note that if you have selected unreserved circle you will either have
to sit in the circle or stand at the back of this area.

Accessible Bookings at O2 Academy Brixton
Any accessible questions or enquiries must be made with the venue directly via disabledbookings@o2academybrixton.co.uk or call 020 7787 3129 10am-5pm/Mon-Fri. Accessible seating/wheelchair access tickets can only be booked directly with the venue due to limited spaces.

To book for the access platform please call 020 7787 3129 10am-5pm/Mon-Fri. All bookings are first come first served on this line, please note that there is only one line which can be busy when a show has gone on sale.

If you just require a companion to attend the show as you are ok with standing or going up 80 stairs to the circle seating please book a ticket of your choice and contact disabledbookings@o2academybrixton.co.uk with your reference number within the hour of booking. Please explain what your needs are for a companion ticket. Please do not book a ticket this way if you need accessible seating or wheelchair access. See above about how to book for the access platform. The venue is unable to offer a companion ticket once the show has sold out and cannot issue them on secondary market sales.
Disabled access seating is on a raised viewing platform located on house left.
There is a disabled ramp at the building entrance, a disabled toilet at the rear of the auditorium and a first aid room is available.
There are around 80 stairs to the circle seating, there is a handrail on all stairs leading up to the circle but there are no handrails in the circle itself.
There are no seats in the stalls standing area.

See venue website for more information - https://www.academymusicgroup.com/o2academybrixton/access

Deaf Havana
British rockers Deaf Havana release new single 'Happiness' and announce a UK regional headline tour in November, with support from Black Foxxes and Decade.

Rituals is the result of throwing out the 'Deaf Havana rulebook': first; James picked the song titles, second; he wrote tracks that fit the theme of those titles, third; everything was written on the computer, then the band came in to play all the parts. Working like this felt like working backwards to James, who had previously only written songs on his acoustic guitar, with continuous input from the rest of the band. They set themselves a deadline of April to finish writing, and if any of it was any good, they would make it available by August. No more waiting half a decade for people to finally hear any music.

Deaf Havana