Garrick Theatre

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Garrick Theatre

Address
Charing Cross Road
St James
London
WC2H 0HH
Telephone:
0845 4349290

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 15 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Garrick Theatre

3.0 out of 5 15 April 2014
by Daniel P.

So this is a review for the theatre, not the play. I always try and start my theatre reviews like this because I don't think Yelp is the place to review transient, moving productions. Anyway, we saw 12 Angry Men here (side point, this was a 4* star play with 5* acting, no weak link and really interesting insights into 1950's american court rooms).

The theatre, poor theatre, is such a nice...more

1.0 out of 5 16 February 2014
by Emma M.

We went to see Twelve Angry Men (Which was stunningly good) but the actual seats (O16 & 17) were so uncomfortable that they detracted from the amazing play. I had to keep bobbing my head around to see over the people in front as the tiering is non existent and although I'm only 5' 5", I couldn't find a position to sit in without my knees touching the seat in front!

Also, bars in the theatre...more

4.0 out of 5 17 August 2013
by Sean O.

The poor old Garrick Theatre. It's like the Taylor Swift of the West End. It just can't sustain a long term relationship.

It is a gorgeous building, although a little on the small side in the stalls. If I had a show and this was available, I might stay away from booking. It seems to have a bit of a revolving door curse with shows. I saw the excellent Loserville here shortly before it closed...more

4.0 out of 5 28 March 2013
by Martyn M.

The Garrick Theatre is a beautiful old theatre on Charing Cross Road, next to Leicester Square. I was here last night seeing Rock of Ages and had an absolutely great night.

I didn't see any mice, like some other yelpers seem to have experienced, but I can agree with the fact the theatre is dated. It could do with a bit of a refurb.

Aside from all that, the staff in here are so pleasant and...more

3.0 out of 5 14 November 2011
by Wayne H.

Very intimate venue. A bit aged but not at all decrepit.

Caught Chicago here last week, co-starred by America Ferrera. There isn't much leg room in the aisleways so tall people won't find their seating very comfortable. Accountics is acceptable though I can only speak for rows D and forward.

The bar in the lobby accepts cash only.more