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
New Wimbledon Theatre
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Top 5 reviews of New Wimbledon Theatre
I really like this theatre, not just because it's very close to home for me!
Their shows usually start at 8pm, so there's a little more time to travel there and have a spot to eat after work.
The building is quite old, 1910 or thereabouts, so seating isn't the most comfortable, but it's gorgeous! The balcony seating is super steep, so don't go up there if you have a problem with heights.... more
A beautiful example of a traditional theatre but kept up to date in the best possible ways. There was a very relaxed atmosphere to the place. Although I didn't make use of it the order at your seat and get drinks delivered to you at the interval is genius. Of course it all comes down to the show you see but the venue itself was great.
I will say it seemed a bit of a free for all at the bar... more
It would basically take an act of the creator above to get me to see another show at the New Wimbledon Theatre simply due to location. NWT is a very long journey on the Northern line from Islington (and then a 10 minute walk from the station to the theatre).
We saw the Yamato Drummers who are a seven-person traveling drumming act from Japan. They did one show and one show only and the turnout... more
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
I really want to like this local theatre, but there are some flaws that you should be aware of.
The upper circle seating is very steep, and also most seats have something obstructing the view of the full stage, even if it says otherwise in the online booking. So stick to stall seats.
The theatre is very hot - a lack of air conditioning. I went in the evening, when the day outside was 25... more