State of London Debate
State of London Debate 2016 is now fully booked due to high demand. You can still join in on the night with LBC’s live coverage from 7pm and follow the debate with #AskSadiq on social media.
This event is Londoners’ chance to ask Sadiq about the things that matter to them. LBC’s James O’Brien will be hosting the debate, making sure it stays lively and introducing the key topics:
- Air quality & environment
- Growing London's economy
- And more…
If you have a ticket, doors open at 6pm. Please be aware that admission is on first come, first served basis and a ticket does not guarantee you a seat. Ticket holders are advised to come early to ensure entry.
Please watch the highlights from the State of London Debate in 2015.
Getting to indigo at The O2
The O2 is a large site. You’ll need to cover a fair distance from North Greenwich Station and the car parks.
Tube and bus
Accessible features at North Greenwich station:
- low-level ticket machines and a gate to the right of the ticket barriers for wheelchair access
- an induction loop
- step-free access to all platforms with lifts
- step-free bus stops
- accessible toilets
- assistance dogs are welcome
Get more details on accessible public transport in London from tfl.gov.uk.
We have an accessible drop-off point for cars and coaches. It’s about 150m from The O2’s main entrance. And it’s clearly signposted.
Disabled access parking
If you plan to drive to the State of London Debate.
Pre book disabled access parking for £14. On the day it’s £16. Click here to book. Or call 020 8463 6718. Make sure the blue badge holder is in the car with you.
Getting around the indigo
indigo is about 30m from The O2’s main entrance. The main concourse is a step free, smooth surface.
Please advise any member of staff of any assistance you require. The following will be available.
Hearing Loop and BSL
A BSL interpreter will be available for the duration of the event and a hearing loop is available throughout the venue.
A Speech-to-Text Reporter will be working on this event relaying to a large screen located stage left.
There’s a wheelchair bay at ground level for standing events and accessible seating is on every level. There is a viewing platform.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are on every level.
Assistance dogs are welcome. Water bowls are available too. Just ask.