Performances at the New Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon, London include touring theatre productions, musicals, comedy, and dance. Book your tickets for the New Wimbledon Theatre now.
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New Wimbledon Theatre, The Broadway, London, SW19 1QG
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I really like this venue. The location is good. Easy to get to from either the station or a number of public car parks. There are lots of good restaurants nearby, so if you want to do dinner before or after the theatre, that's easy.
We saw a Christmas panto here and it was really good, even from quite high up. They're not kidding when they warn you both about the steps you have to climb and...more
Its a pretty impressive place. Legroom was a tad on the snug side in the Dress Circle. I really enjoyed the venue. I found all the staff polite and courteous. I didn't care for the show, nowt wrong with it, just not my selection, I was taking one for the team !!more
I really enjoyed my experience at the theatre. It was easy to get to with Wimbledon station being a short walk away. The staff were friendly and the atmosphere was amazing. When speaking to people before the show I came across several locals, which tells a lot about the company. The show was brilliant, afterwards we went across the road to a bar and continued our night. I was pleasantly...more
Wimbledon Theatre is an impressive building on Wimbledon Broadway and my local large theatre.
It offers a variety of professional productions, mainly musicals but also such disparate acts such as the Shaolin Monks to hosting the the royal performance of We Are Most Amused when Prince Charles came to be entertained by comedy acts.
The theatre has comfortable seating with good banking offering...more
The New Wimbledon Theatre (formerly the Wimbledon Theatre) is one of the prime theatre houses in outside central London. Built in 1910, it is a classic of Edwardian design, with a richly decorated baroque and Adams-style interior. It is a Grade II listed historic building.
It's also one of the largest venues in London, seating 1,700 in a broad auditorium. Taken over by the Ambassador...more