The Trafalgar Studios is a theatre in London's Trafalgar Square. The theatre has two auditoriums and is a great place to catch a play or comedy show.
This content has been supplied by Trafalgar Studios
Venue Details & Map
- Public transport:
- (5mins) Head left on the main road Strand. Follow Trafalgar Square around onto Whitehall and the theatre’s on your right.
Going to Trafalgar Studios using public transport? Find the fastest route:
I've just been to see The Hothouse here excellent production & cast, although Simon R-B stole the show and John Simm seemed woefully relegated to a supporting role. (But then I think Simm is such a great actor, I'd probably lament any show where he wasn't centre stage)
I enjoyed the theatre; it is clean and modern, the staff were friendly, and the layout of seats and performance space creates...more
Came here to see a performance of Macbeth with James McAvoy in the leading role. The performance was really pretty awesome - sort of a post-apocalypse, militant crust-punk take on Shakespeare. Pretty interesting and very high energy performance.
The theater itself isn't overly impressive as far as decor. But I really enjoyed how the play made full use of the theater - action in the...more
This review will not be about James McAvoy.
I repeat, this review will not be about James McAvoy.
Okay, fine, this review is going to be partially about James McAvoy, but only in a small capacity as it relates to the overall Trafalgar Studios experience.
Went here last night to see the very much buzzed-about rendition of Macbeth (which featured, to everyone's surprise, James...more
Saw Yes, Prime Minister here and what a blast! We were seated four rows back and were so close to the stage that we felt almost integrated into the set! The sound and lighting were excellent, the highly raked seats gave what looked like a good view for all and the play itself was hysterical. Its intimacy and modern fit out make this a theatre to relish. Top marks thanks a lot!!
We attend the Trafalgar Studios to see Entertaining Mr Sloane and I have to say I cannot fault it.
It's not the biggest of the West End Theatres but I feel it must have had a recent make over as the interior is very well laid out.
We were in row F and had a very clear view of the stage - as I feel did everyone else. The seats are laid out in such a manner that no one is too far away from...more