Charing Cross Road, St James, London, WC2H 0HH
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Charing Cross Road
St JamesLondonWC2H 0HH
- 0845 4349290
- Public transport:
- (2mins) Follow Charing Cross Road parallel to Leicester Square until you reach the theatre on your left.
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THERE WAS A MOOOOOOUSE!
Actually... there were at least two mice (dark grey and slightly lighter brown), and one of them seemed really keen to come over and nibble on my shoe! I spent the second half of Chicago with my eyes peeled so I could see when the sneaky critter and stamp to scare it away before he came back over to my seat. Eep!
I did tell the staff...but it looks like other yelpers...more
I am with Claire on this - beautiful theatre transporting you to days of old. I caught Chicago here at the weekend and thought it was a stunning venue.
I hope to make it back here for another show at sometime in the future!more
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
Not sure what fellow Yelper Claire experienced, but When We Were Married was in the house when I visited and it was disappointing to put it mildly. I had expected more from JB Priestly's (Blood Brothers.) even more, the theatre was worn, with holes in the ceiling and peeling paint on the trim.
Save your £'s and see something else.more
I bought a ticket at this theatre for the first time in my life and paid £47 for a supposedly good seat to watch a silly play (the little dog laughed) or at least it was silly up till the first 20 minutes of the start as I was interrupted by mice watching the play and hovering between my feet!!!!
what a disgusting place
the more awful part of the story was the man who called himself a...more