Venue Details & Map
Shaw Theatre at the Pullman London St Pancras
100-110 Euston RoadLB CamdenLondonNW1 2AJ
- +44 870 033 2600
- Public transport:
- Tube - Euston, Kings Cross, Russell Square Mainline stations - Kings Cross, St Pancras (Eurostar), Euston
- Event Facilities
- In house AV available
- Breakout Rooms
- Raked or tiered seating offered
We went here for a BBC4 radio recording of The Unbelievable Truth with David Mitchell. So the focus was obviously only in audio quality rather than visual.
The theatre has excellent acoustics, so it's not surprising that they chose this venue.
We had to queue up outside while they set up, so we ended up snacking from a coffee shop nearby. Good thing too, as we didn't have time to even look...more
What a great space that I had no idea existed!
We recently attended a taping of the BBC Radio 4 show "The Unbelievable Truth" at the Shaw and it was great. The arrangement of seats makes for no bad viewpoints, the seats are incredibly comfortable, the sound is great, and the staff working were polite and helpful. Nice lobby and bar area as well. As far as a small theatre goes - it's great!...more
Not a terribly beautiful or exciting building, but it's conveniently located by Kings Cross station, and the theatre itself is well thought out. Good acoustics, good gradient for the seat rows so that your view isn't blocked by the person in front, comfortable seats, and the theatre is bigger than I expected with plenty of seating. This is very important, my friends, if you're queuing to get...more
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
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