The Vaudeville Theatre on The Strand has been entertaining London audiences since 1870.
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404 The StrandLondonWC2R 0NH
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I came here in January 2016 for Bill Bailey. I didn't read any reviews before going so had no prior expectations but agree that it's quite small which means you should get a good view of the stage no matter where you sit. I was in the Dress Circle F11 and felt like Bill was really close. It's not spacious but very few theatres in London provide much more than a Ryan Air flight.
This theatre is quite small. I was in row N and so was sat near the back in which usually in any other theatres that would be like the middle of the seats (stalls) but in this theatre was near back as not so many rows. seats covered in red material and was quite comfy. The stage is also small but love the long drop red curtain. Staff helpful and polite. A good theatre though for a more...more
Went here for the first time yesterday to watch an actor I admire - David Suchet - playing the role of Lady Bracknell and what an amazing play it was! Highly recommended.
The theatre is one of the older and smaller theatres in London. We were on the second level, so I didn't really see the level above us. But from what I could see at our level and the stalls is that almost all the seats had...more
Great moderate sized theatre with reasonably comfortable seats and good acoustics. Went there for a comedy show with Rich Hall (AMAZING) and really enjoyed the experience. If a show comes along that you would like to see there, I would definitely suggest it.more
Probably one of my favourite theatres in London, the Vaudeville. Also, conveniently located on the Strand, it's great for transport, easy to find and in great surroundings.
Having recently seen 'What The Butler Saw' and previously 'An Ideal Husband' I'm keen to see more here as the intimacy of this theatre makes a show more compelling. Holding less than 700 over three levels, the Vaudeville...more