Bang in the creative heart of London, Soho Theatre is a major new writing theatre and a writers' development organisation of national significance. With a programme spanning theatre, comedy, cabaret and writers' events and home to a lively bar, Soho Theatre is one of the most vibrant venues on London’s cultural scene.
Soho Theatre owns its own Central London venue housing the intimate 150-seat Soho Theatre, our 90-seat Soho Theatre Upstairs and our new 1950s New York meets Berliner cabaret space, Soho Theatre Downstairs. Under the joint leadership of Soho's Artistic Director Steve Marmion and Executive Director Mark Godfrey, Soho Theatre now welcomes more than 130,000 people a year.
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Soho Theatre & Writers Centre
21 Dean Street
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A classic comedy-style space. The seating is cramped around minuscule tables, but it's still a good little spot as there isn't a bad seat for a view in the tiny basement space. We saw the No Such Thing As A Fish (Q.I.) podcast perform/record here and really liked it!more
Ive seen some brilliant comedy, one-woman shows, conscious new writing at Soho theatre. Most recently I got to see John Leguizamo do a sketch comedy piece on the true history of South American people, which was brilliant.
There have occasionally been a couple of questionable shows I've seen here but it's so rare I still keep coming!
Cabaret area downstairs is a great casual place to see a...more
The Soho Theatre is one of my favourite places in London, I always leave here with sore ribs from having laughed too much.
I'm a lover of comedy, and this place has a pretty fantastic schedule of top-notch standup comedy performances and sketch comedy. The prices are usually pretty decent as well, even if the comedian is quite well known.
Book in advance - headliners will sell out!more
I've been around to a lot of theatres in London but only recently started coming here. I saw James Rhodes rock out classical musical and stand up comedian Ronny Chieng shortly after the Fringe. I've only been to the space downstairs and really like that it's small and intimate setting. Wherever you sit, you will get a good view. It's usually unreserved seating so get there at least 15...more
Soho Theatre is a surprisingly quirky, intimate performing space in the heart of Soho. Well, at least the downstairs bit is where I saw the one man show 'Bane'.
It's not a conventional theatre. In fact, the tightly packed tables, candles, bar off to the side, stage very close to the audience and basement location give it more of the air of a jazz club. But it worked when I was there. Indeed,...more