The Vaudeville Theatre on The Strand has been entertaining London audiences since 1870.
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404 The Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
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Venue Details & Map
404 The StrandLondonWC2R 0NH
- 0845 4349290
- Public transport:
- (5mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Cross street where possible and go right 100 metres – it’s just after the Adelphi Theatre.
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I've seen a number of shows at this theatre as it is one of the theatres that has quite a high turnover but not for any bad reason, they often just run shows that are on for a limited time only.
The Vaudeville is small but in a good way in that there isn't really a bad seat in the house except maybe on the edges where there are pillars in places. I have been upstairs and downstairs and the...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
Been here to see a couple of productions. It is one of the more comfortable theatre's for people over 6 ft.
Views are good in most locations apart from the front row. There is a bar and toilets at the back of the stalls.
Enough seats to create an atmosphere.
It is also quick to get to. Recommend.more
A cosy theatre, I went here to watch a play and although I bought a cheap tickets the seats were brilliant, I could see and hear the actors clearly. The only thing that was annoying was the seats - move a little and it might gobble you up, it was one of those flippy cinema type seats. And being quite tall there wasn't a lot of leg room. Not massive issues but worth mentioning.
For a theater that has been around since 1870, the Vaudeville surely didn't disappoint! It was quite small and intimate and you could hear the actors even "way back" in the 16th row.
The air conditioning kept the place cool, the break was long enough to split a tiny carton of Häagen-Dazs with my boyfriend and all of the staff were courteous and helpful. The only downside is that the Ladies...more