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 saw The Importance of Being Earnest at the Vaudeville. I loved the play. The theatre is old but it seemed to be well maintained and clean. There is a very small counter for ordering beverages and snacks on the ground floor and a larger bar with a small lounge area on the 1st floor. My only complaints are that there wasn't much leg room and the size of the restrooms is very inadequate for a...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
Big theatre on the Strand with plenty of leg room. This theatre has 3 levels, stalls, dress circle and upper circle. We sat near the back of the stalls but we still got a really good view. The seats were pretty comfy and there was plenty of space to put my legs, which is good news for me being tall.
We came to see Forbidden Broadway, it was pretty funny making fun out of lots of musicals....more
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