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St James Theatre
12 Palace StreetLondonSW1E 5JA
- +44 844 264 2140
I went to this theatre to see the INCREDIBLE Katie Brennan present her super show, Twentysomething: The Quarter-Life Crisis Cabaret, something which everyone ever needs to go and see because she's amazing. FACT.
Now that's out of the way, the venue itself is great - we were in the studio, which was more like a lounge than a fixed-seat theatre, so perfect for a cabaret type show of this kind....more
I've been to this theatre a few times now. I think it's one of the best theatres in London for viewing the stage. Every one of the 312 seats would give you a clear view of the stage, as they are banked steeply.
When the St James Theatre opened in 2012, it was said to be the first newly built theatre complex to be built in central London in 30 years. The theatre was built on the site of the...more
Great modern little theatre with great seats everywhere. Spent the day at a workshop then saw Breeders which was a hilarious and fun show.
Not much space for audiences to wait before or after shows. I was constantly in the way of people. Plus I've never seen such huge trays for the servers! I'm taking the size of a round table for 4 people. Id like to say that's a good thing but in such a...more
I came to the St. James Theatre to watch Urinetown for my birthday. Seriously though, a musical named Urinetown? Yes. And it really was that good. Good and grim. Frighteningly grim for a musical. I would wholeheartedly recommend anyone to watch it (even though it's ending soon, but maybe it will come back someday).
The theatre itself is interesting. It's a bit small inside the actual theatre,...more
Back again at the St James Theatre, this time for ridiculously named Urinetown the Musical. Again I give the theatre 5 stars for the experience - great views, lovely atmosphere and a good bar are all conductive to a good cultural night out.
Urinetown the Musical itself I'd give 3 stars- the cast are very talented, with some excellent performances and the two level staging looked superb. The...more