See an off-West End show in London at these incredible venues

By | Posted on 09-Apr-2019

See an off-West End show in London at these incredible venues

Looking to see a ground-breaking piece of theatre, but want to stay away from the West End? Escape to the quieter corners of the capital and see a production at an off-West End theatre. Some theatres may be on busier streets in the city, but head into a brand new, theatrical world with tickets to shows at locations you may have never considered.

Off-West End theatres and shows you need to visit

Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

Where is the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre?

The Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is located on Fulton Road (HA9 8TS). The nearest rail station is Wembley Stadium and the nearest underground station is Wembley, served on the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines.

What shows are at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre?

This Christmas, see Simon Stephens’ acclaimed adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. It’s the fictional tale about a teenager whose love of facts and forensics sees him becoming his own detective that’s been seen by millions worldwide.

Lyric Hammersmith

Where is the Lyric Hammersmith?

The Lyric Hammersmith is an off-West End theatre located on King Street (W6 0QL). The closest train station is West Brompton, which is a 30-minute walk away. However, if you’re taking the tube, the theatre is close by to Hammersmith tube station, served by the Circle, District, Hammersmith and City and the Piccadilly lines.

What shows are at the Lyric Hammersmith?

Giles Terera will play Sammy Davis. Jr in a brand new musical all about the American entertainer from July 2020. See the legendary entertainer’s untold story of talent, prejudice, love and legacy take centre stage in style.

Iris Theatre

Where is the Iris Theatre?

The Iris Theatre is located inside St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden (WC2E 9ED). The closest tube station is Covent Garden, which is a 3-minute walk away.

Kiln Theatre

Where is the Kiln Theatre?

The Kiln Theatre is located on Kilburn High Road (NW6 7JR). The nearest rail station is Brondesbury and the nearest underground station is Kilburn, served on the Jubliee line.

The Other Palace

Where is The Other Palace?

The Other Palace is located on Palace Street (SW1E 5JA). The closest train station is Victoria, a 5-minute walk from the venue which is also close to the Apollo Victoria Theatre.

Theatre Royal Stratford East

Where is Theatre Royal Stratford East?

Theatre Royal Stratford East is located at Gerry Raffles Square (E15 1BN). The closest train station is Stratford, just a short walk from the venue.

What shows are at Theatre Royal Stratford East?

Menier Chocolate Factory

Where is the Menier Chocolate Factory?

The Menier Chocolate Factory is located on Southwark Street (SE1 1RU). The closest train stations are London Blackfriars and London Bridge, both ten minutes from the venue. Northern and Jubilee Line underground services are available at London Bridge tube station, with District and Circle lines available at London Blackfriars.

Charing Cross Theatre

Where is the Charing Cross Theatre?

Charing Cross Theatre is located on Villiers Street (WC2N 6NL). The closest train station is Charing Cross, a one-minute walk from the venue. Bakerloo and Northern Lines are available from Charing Cross, with District and Circle lines available at Embankment station located near the venue.

Pleasance Theatre

Where is the Pleasance Theatre?

The Pleasance Theatre is located on Carpenters Mews on North Road (N7 9EF). The closest train station is Caledonian Road and Barnsbury. The nearest underground station is Caledonian Road on the Piccadilly Line.

Boulevard Theatre

Where is the Boulevard Theatre?

The Lyric Hammersmith is an off-West End theatre located on Walker’s Court (W1F 0BT). The closest train station is Charing Cross, which is a 13-minute walk away. Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines are served by Piccadilly Circus tube station, a 5-minute walk away.

Want to read about more off-West End venues to experience a night of unforgettable live entertainment? Visit Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre to see productions during their summer seasons from May to September 2019.

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