Donmar Warehouse

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Donmar Warehouse

41 Earlham Street
0870 0606624


4 out of 5 based on 16 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Donmar Warehouse

5.0 out of 5 7 September 2013
by Rachel J.

I haven't already written a review for the Donmar Warehouse???? Apologies Donmar Warehouse! Incredible theatre based in the beating heart of central London. Extremely intimitate and exciting plays go on here. Go if you can.more

4.0 out of 5 25 March 2013
by Jules H.

I'm a sucker when it comes to cheap or rather inexpensive culture. I'm also a show off and like to say "I'm going to the theatre tonight!" Especially during the week. Its so urban. Doesn't really matter what they show as long as its under £20. This theatre gives you the option to see a play for £7.50. Bargain! Admittedly you would need to stand throughout the whole play, but still a bargain....more

5.0 out of 5 15 September 2010
by Zing T.

The Donmar is my favourite London theatre. It's small and intimate, but well-built enough so that you generally can be assured of a good view wherever you sit. It puts on consistently excellent productions that aren't afraid to be challenging or experimental - I caught an excellent Kabuki reinterpretation of a Sondheim musical here - but at the same time, the Donmar usually acts as the...more

5.0 out of 5 13 January 2009
by TootTootTootsie G.

This is our favorite London theatre. The auditorium has bench-style seating on two levels surrounding three sides of the stage. There are only four rows on the main level and three on the upper level and, because the theatre is so small and intimate, it feels like you are a part of the story unfolding on stage no matter where you are seated. There are two bars that serve beer, wine, alcoholic...more

4.0 out of 5 2 December 2008
by Aleksandra B.

As a non-profit theatre the Donmar have put on a very impressive array of plays. The space is particularly interesting with a raised seating area above the impressive and versatile stage space. I saw a production of Hecuba there and it was so, so intense. They had a real 'pond' built into the set, so that when blood was seeping into the water the set was also very crucial to the piece.