Charing Cross Theatre

4 out of 5 Based on 4 reviews

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Charing Cross Theatre

The Arches
Villiers Street
+44 (0)20 7930 6601
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(1 min) The theatre is under Charing Cross station; it can be accessed at Cravens Passage just off Villiers Street


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4 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Top 4 reviews of Charing Cross Theatre

4.0 out of 5 5 February 2014
by Josy A.

I like this teeny weeny theatre.

It is under the arches, right under Charring cross station, so you can expect some rumbling from the trains overhead... this actually added to the atmosphere on our visit as the show was Lost Boys, and is set in WWI, so the rumbling trains seemed like distant gun fire...

Good good:

* It is small, but that means everyone can see easily

* There is plenty of leg...more

4.0 out of 5 11 September 2013
by Gemma M.

This is a great little theatre hidden away off the Strand. I only recently discovered this theatre and they seem to show short run performances about every 4-6 weeks.

They have a bar which also seems to sell food and the drinks were quite reasonable for central London, £7 for glass wine and half a pint of Stella.

Know I've discovered this hidden gem I look forward to seeing more plays here.more

4.0 out of 5 26 August 2012
by ljackson24

Most of the shows at Charing Cross Theatre seem to be smaller, lesser known plays rather than the big, classic ones. I have been there once but have looked at programmes of theirs loads of times and there are some interesting sounding shows in a mix of genres.

The theatre itself is quite nice and has a bar and a restaurant inside. It's not that big-there are several rows of seats and a small...more

3.0 out of 5 12 September 2011
by Katherine R.

The venue does lack ambience, and is essentially a long room sanwiched between the trains and underground, so expect to hear some rumbling.

The show I saw was very funny and extremely cheap so I was more than happy.more