King's Cross Theatre

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King's Cross Theatre

Address
King's Boulevard And Goods Way
London
N1C 4UR
Telephone:
0844871 7604

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of King's Cross Theatre

4.0 out of 5
04 October 2015
by Karishma P.

I'm not exactly sure how permanent this theatre is. Parts of it (like the stairs going down) seemed temporary. But the Railway Children has been going on here for a couple of months.

We finally went here last night to watch "in the heights" - an energetic musical - limited run - watch it if you can.

I know some smaller theatres like the Southwark playhouse and pub theatres can move seating... more

1.0 out of 5
21 December 2016
by George C.

One of the worst theatre in London; air-conditioning that makes noise and linear sitting that you can't see due to the people sitting in front of you. more

4.0 out of 5
13 December 2016
by Shawn F.

Was a bit confused, as there are actually 2 Kings Cross Theatres (one North, one South) & if you're not there to see The Railway Children, head south.

I visited London late this fall & took in Lazarus at the rather makeshift South Theatre (reminiscent of some sort of shed or bomb shelter), but once inside, things went fairly well given what they had to work with.

Lazarus, however, is an... more

4.0 out of 5
10 February 2017
by Tabitha D.

This was our third play in a week when we saw In the Heights

It wasn't my favorite play but it was the most interesting venue

We got day of tickets and were separated on either side of the stage

The stage is in the center of the theater and the audience sits across from each other both facing the stage

Day of tickets where well worth it more

4.0 out of 5
07 August 2016
by Sarah M.

Yay, In The Heights! The show was great, and even the New York accents were pretty convincing. Though this was my first time seeing the show in any theater, I was impressed by how the choreography must have been re-worked to suit the unique stage layout at King's Cross. The stage is in the middle, with audience seating on both of the long sides, meaning the sets are set up on both short sides... more

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