Canal Café Theatre is based above the lovely Bridge House Pub, ideal for pre and post show dining. It is one of London’s leading fringe theatre venues with an award-winning reputation for comedy and increasingly for new writing. Perrier Winners such as The League of Gentleman, Daniel Kitson and The Consultants to name but a few, have all had residencies at the Canal Café. Our audience sits around candle-lit tables and is permitted to take drinks into the auditorium.
Venue Details & Map
Canal Cafe Theatre
The Bridge House Delamere TerraceW2 6ND
- 0207289 6054
Top 5 reviews of Canal Cafe Theatre
I caught two shows at the Canal Cafe Theatre, and they were both great. The performance area is pretty small, but they manage to do creative things with it. The first show I saw was Driving Miss Daisy, which was well acted. The second show was NewsRevue, which was hilarious, and had some very talented performers. Sure, I didn't get all of the jokes because I don't closely follow UK politics,... more
A great, intimate venue for interesting comedy and theatre more
I went to see Spark London, a storytelling event. It was fun, and I think the theatre was a pretty great venue for it. It's a small, intimate theatre, that was a bit cramped. I reserved myself a seat from I guess the 2 dozen or so seats they had. It was adorable. We were quite close to the stage and the sound was great. more
Absolutely enjoyed my Thursday evening here
We began the night with some drinks and food on the ground level pub. I had a pale only, whilst my friends had a variety of food, wine and even champagne. Everything looked quite good. I really enjoyed my pale ale -- possibly one of the best I've ever had in London.
Afterward, we went upstairs for Newsrevue. The show was nothing short of... more
I have been here a couple of times before. I really respect places like this, in that they offer something that is different and cultural.
The best experience that I have had here was at the theatre above the pub. I came here to watch the hilarious (and gorgeous) Lucy Porter do a pre-Edinburgh Fringe performance. Not only was she amazingly funny, but she bought me a drink and a Ferrero... more