London's Leicester Square Theatre is on a mission to entertain you with the best new comedy and cabaret.
This new theatre in London's West End is bringing all the best of the music hall and variety tradition back to the London stage. You'll love seeing famous comedians, hilarious new plays, quirky cabaret and improvised musicals. The Leicester Square Theatre is full of funny.
Book your comedy tickets now for big laughs.
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Venue Details & Map
Leicester Square Theatre
6 Leicester Place
- 0844 8472475
- Public transport:
- Take the Piccadilly or Northern line to Leicester Square station and exit into Leicester Square. The theatre is a 5 minute walk.
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I was in the main auditorium for a comedy show that I won tickets for. While I won't commet on the show (clearly I got what I paid for with free tickets....geez), the theatre was quite big, holding probably 100 people or so. The nice thing about the place was that the bar in fact had specials, which put the prices right at normal pub prices. A nice break from theatre bars trying to break your...more
I went to see a workshop production in the basement venue here -- so I can't comment on the main venue.
The Leicester Square Theatre -- formerly known as the Venue Theatre -- has been recently redeveloped and now operates under new management. Its basement venue is a fairly bijou space, seating about 50 maximum on the flat with an integral bar, and would be absolutely ideal for workshop...more
I'd never seen this place before, but I won free tickets to 2 shows at the London Storytelling Festival. Both comedy gigs were in the downstairs room, not the main theatre, so I can only describe that. It was small and intimate which was perfect for stand-up, and there's a little bar in the back corner so it's easy to grab a drink before the show. The seats were very close together but...more
This was the first time I was in this venue in Leicester square theather. We saw "the story of the hunted sock" which is a comedy and part of the story telling event. It was more of a one-man sketch and he played all the roles himself. The story was really interesting, funny and spell binding.
With very few props and huge amount of talent this story was told/played out in interesting, funny...more