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:
- The Leicester Square Theatre is two minutes' walk from Leicester Square tube station, and ten minutes' walk from Charing Cross mainline station.
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I came here with a few friends to see a comedy show in The Lounge.
The room is quite small which can hold on average roughly 50 odd people, which
was perfect for the comedy show we came to see.
I have never been here before but the room we were in also had a small bar, which appeared to have a limited selection of alcohol.
Would come back for a comedy show but not sure if I would come...more
Great little theatre in central London just off Leicester Square. I've only been once but you go down some stairs into a basement where there is a bar and two stages. The layout is very similar to the lower floor of the Prince Charles cinema.
We went to see a show in the smaller stage, which was very cosy and intimate. There was also a small bar hatch to purchase drinks. The only issue I...more
Apparently there are two stages. I think I was in the basement theatre for a Sunday night show.
People keep using the word intimate. Yeah that fits. We were able to be close to the stage without craning our necks and also the seats were comfy and my legs had space.
I got really cold halfway through but I think they also turned on the AC. So layer up just in case.more
Don't expect a theatre, theatre, when coming to see a show at the LST.
I know, there are expectations for a place like this, simply due to the neighbourhood it's in. But this is less of a giant performance theatre and more of an intimate show theatre. A great spot to see a comedian or a band or a small act show. You won't get the monster performances or epic move-theatre style space, but you...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