Shaftesbury Avenue, St James, London, W1D 7ES
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Venue Details & Map
St JamesLondonW1D 7ES
- 0845 4349290
- Public transport:
- (3mins) Take Shaftesbury Avenue along the side where the famous illuminated signs are. The theatre will be on your left about 100 metres along.
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Dieses Theater ist ein kleines etwas altes Londoner Theater. Die Sessel roter Samt jedoch schon etwas zerschlissen und in die Jahre gekommen . Aber es hat Charme und war sehr gemütlich . Publikum bunt gemischt , teilweise sehr "interessant" gekleidet , so wurde man in Wien sicher keinen Theaterabend besuchen -:)))
Es wurde das Musical Thriller von Mikel Jackson aufgeführt . Die Darbietung war...more
The musical talent was awesome. I loved entire show I ended up dancing near the end together with the rest of the audience. Amazing show no complaints a must see if you plan to visit London for an evening out. My seat was third row on end and no seat in front of me due to layout I had great view. Cost was reasonable.more
Hmmm, well, there are certainly some obvious pros and cons to this sweet little theatre in the West End. I greatly enjoyed the show, but my legs are still regaining feeling.
So for the pros: It's beautiful, convenient and, well, old as dirt. How cool that you're sitting in one of the first venues that faced Shaftesbury avenue?
However people in 1888 must have been much smaller than we are...more
Lovely theatre, was there November 2008 to see Eddie Izzard in his short run on the West End with "Stripped".
Beware - stage door is around the corner in a bit of an alley, right by a table dancing establishment!!more
We've been here a few times and as old theatres in London fare this is one of the best. You get good views in 90% of the theatre but being Victorian you need a head for heights in the Upper Circle or balcony.
The bar is a reasonable price too.
If you only go to one theatre when visiting London this is a good choice.more