Venue Details & Map
- 0870 0606631
- Public transport:
- (2mins) Follow Embankment Place right under the bridge; turn right onto Northumberland Avenue and you’ll see the theatre.
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Small but perfectly formed, nineteenth century theatre. Featuring the plasterwork that is typical of the era. However, this place has done it a little more tastefuly in white and gold, unlike the clawing pinks and blues you can find elsewhere.
The staff are friendly and charming.
I went to see Spamalot, which was great fun! And which is offering great value tickets at the moment.more
Lovely little theatre. Nice staff.
Only gripe is the seats are tiny in the front few rows of the stalls. I was in row D, and sat next to 2 other women who weren't big, but we kept bumping into each other regardless. Not much legroom too, even though I'm only 5"2.more
Here's the thing we learned about the Playhouse Theatre. They start on time. Like, right on time. If you are a minute late to a show, the show will have started already. And the usher will give you a look.
That being said, even though we were late due to dealing with an amazingly terrible bar nearby, they took us up the stairs and snuck us right to our seats. Yay.
We bought last minute...more
I recently saw Spamalot at the Playhouse Theatre. It is easily accesible from the tube station, and a lovely theatre. The acoustics are great and the seats are comfortable. Drinks are (somewhat) affordable. Definitely worth checking out.more
This great theatre is down by Embankment Tube, a really nice place away from the main theatres.
Footloose played there for a while, but has begun to tour the UK again. The two lead singers had the most amazing voices, and it was a play where you just wanted to jump into the aisles and dance. But theatre moves on, and a goody for the children is the recent beginning of The Adventures of...more