Barons Court Theatre

Venue Details & Map

Barons Court Theatre

Address
Curtains Up Pub
28a Comeragh Road
Hammersmith
London
W14 9HR
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 8932 4747

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Barons Court Theatre

5.0 out of 5 5 February 2011
by denford

I have staged five plays here, one of which has now played 180 large scale theatres around the UK and is still going strong after opening there five years ago. I think also I did the one of ever comedy night they had there which Ron mentioned in previous response.

It is a small theatre, the actors are very close and it is everything a fringe venue should be. It means directors have to...more

5.0 out of 5 31 October 2009
by Miriam M.

This little theatre is so incredibly cute and intimate, that during the performance one of the actors nearly landed on me. It also meant for serious professionalism during "Size 14!" (yours truly being an American size 14) when they caught my eye.

Yup, I too went to see Silence! the musical, and it was fabulous. Upstairs is the Curtains Up pub, a gastropub in the fashionable barons court...more

5.0 out of 5 21 October 2009
by Leon C.

This tiny, tiny little theatre nestled within the bowels of the Curtains Up pub, rightly has a famous standing throughout the performing arts scene. It can hold a capacity of around fifty people, whom are so close, so intimate with the action, it is all but impossible not to become fully engrossed in the show.

My visit gave me the opportunity to revel in the parody: Silence The Musical. It...more

2.0 out of 5 24 November 2008
by filimbouk

Very small theatre in the basement of the large pub upstairs, The Curtain's Up. Quite a coincidence the name of the pub has a theatrical connotation, although originally I think this was a hangman's term.

The basement is a bit like a nightclub or rock club, dark, sweaty, bare stone floor which is probably worth a fortune. I had the good fortune to see an excellent production of Hamlet here...more

3.0 out of 5 10 March 2008
by BushGirl

A classic London Pub Theatre.

That is to say that this is a pub that you suddenly discover after an investigation down some narrow steps plays host to an awkwardly shaped performance space, that is very 'intimate' - read 'very small'.

Having said that it does have a lot of character as a space, it has tiered seats on three sides, but often companies just use two sides.

It's very much...more