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The Shaw Theatre brings you loads of the best new drama, comedy, dance and music in the comfort of a modern theatre.

There's always something new on at The Shaw Theatre, from big names to the stars of the future. The theatre brings the best regional theatre to the captial and presents showbiz talks, shows and gigs.

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100 -110 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AJ

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+44 870 033 2600

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The Shaw Theatre

100 -110 Euston Road
+44 870 033 2600


4 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Top 4 reviews of The Shaw Theatre

4.0 out of 5 7 January 2011
by A S.

Cosy theatre near Kings x. This year It's the Snow White pantomime.more

4.0 out of 5 9 February 2009
by Molly R.

What a nice little theatre we have here. I hope on visiting many more times, as this is where they host free tapings of The Unbelievable Truth from Radio 4. It's a panel show hosted by David Mitchell (Peep Show, Mitchell & Webb, HILARITY) and various comedians who have to speak for a few minutes about a pre-specified subject and put lies in there which the other comedians have to pick up on....more

5.0 out of 5 15 November 2008
by rory f.

Last year, I went to go see my favourite female comic Sandra Bernhard (hot) at the Shaw Theatre opening night, 3 rows from the stage. I could have died. She winked at me.

I also saw Chrissie Hyde work the red carpet and some hot women who looked all hollywood and some gay looking guys. I bragged about the coolness of this adventure for weeks afterwards.

Anyway, the theatre itself was really...more

4.0 out of 5 21 October 2008
by filimbouk

I have been here for two events. The first was a free afternoon talk between Elaine Page and Elaine Stritch, which was fascinating. I didn't know Stritch was the original choice for Dorothy in the Golden Girls until she annoyed the producer for example, or that she'd had problems with alcohol. Recently saw Romance and Cigarettes, she was great in that, but I've missed her appearances in 30...more