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309 Regent St London W1B 2UW
The Regent Street Cinema, just 1 minute north of Oxford Circus, was re-opened by the University of Westminster in May 2015, reinstating one of the most historic cinemas in Britain.
309 Regent St London W1B 2UW
0207 911 5050
Home of the smash hit 'Stomp'
An inspiring destination for London entertainment and a venue for new and upcoming plays, musicals and comedies.
Home of Wicked the musical, a spectacularly magical family musical about the Witches of Oz.
An independent commercial theatre situated in the heart of London's West End.
Theatre, dance, comedy, music and more
An Asian hub in the heart of London with art exhibitions, literature festivals and cultural events.
Barbican Theatre in London hosts a diverse programme of theatre, dance and music events from around the world.
Arts space housed in a beautiful Grade II listed building
Contemporary and innovative theatre
Stunning venue for first rate classical concerts for all ages.
Roald Dahl's classic is brilliantly brought to life in this all-singing, all-dancing powerhouse of a musical.
Contemporary theatre space and community hub in World's End.
Theatre for all ages from 0-103. Now in it's 40th Festival Year.
A West End theatre at Piccadilly Circus in the City of Westminster and is a Grade II listed building.
The Dominion Theatre is one of the largest theatres in the West End.
Mischief Theatre's Olivier award-winning show The Play That Goes Wrong runs at the Duchess Theatre London.
The Duke of York's Theatre is a London West End Theatre in St Martin's Lane, in the City of Westminster.
Classic West End theatre
The Globe Theatre, built in 1599 by Shakespeare's players The Lord Chamberlain's men.
One of London finest off-West End theatres
Much-loved London theatre with a fab panto.
Professional theatre for children in Limehouse, East London.
Fabulous open-air opera theatre in Holland Park
Brilliant multi-arts venue in Highgate with a full program of children's theatre.
A theatre built around a real train track with it's own steam train.
Proper West End theatre.
The home of British puppetry.
Home to the English National Opera
The West End's top theatre.
The Lion King explodes with glorious colours and stunning effects, all set to the enchanting rhythms of Africa.
First-class theatre from the heart of Hammersmith.
The oldest theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.
New arts venue based in a former factory.
Three theatres housed in one iconic Seventies building on the South Bank.
Home of School of Rock the Musical.
Producing Christmas panto since 1910. Wimbledon's much-loved theatre.
The Noël Coward Theatre is a West End theatre on St. Martin's Lane in the City of Westminster, London.
The Old Vic is London’s independent not-for-profit theatre, a world leader in creativity and entertainment.
Omnibus is a multi-arts centre housed in a converted Victorian library overlooking Clapham Common, London SW4.
One of London's summer wonders in the heart of Regents Park
John Tiffany’s nine-time Olivier Award-winning production Harry Potter and the Cursed Child plays at London’s Palace Theatre.
Thriving new theatre in Finsbury Park.
Fab contemporary dance, and the Snowman.
Home of Annie with Miranda Hart starring as Miss Hannigan.
Central Saint Martins' theatre complex
Islington's exciting Fringe theatre.
World-class children's theatre
Home of Aladdin.
Unique 50 seater marionette theatre in a converted barge in Little Venice.
Home to Les Mis: an epic tale of passion and destruction, against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution.
Classic Victorian theatre in the heart of Richmond.
Kingston's artistic hub for music, dance, comedy, circus, opera, fine art, talks, festivals and more.
A former railway shed in Chalk Farm that's become North London's creative hub.
Sloane Square's infamous writer's theatre
London's leading classical music venue located on the banks of the River Thames at heart of Southbank Centre.
The world's number one for dance.
New theatre, comedy and cabaret in the heart of Soho.
Amazing musical theatre in South East London!
Great performing arts venue and good family 'Circlet's' shows on Saturdays.
One of London's top off-West End theatres
An institution of the glittering London West End. Combine with lunch or dinner at Balthazar for the full treat.
A converted music and dance hall this theatre is very special.
Wonderful children's theatre by London Bridge
Old school theatre in the heart of the west-end.
Brilliant theatre venue hidden in the heart of London!
Great place to discover new writing and old favourites.
Time-travelling adventure at the Greenwich Peninsula.
Live music, puppetry and colourful characters at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Stunning set, elaborate costumes in the gorgeous classical production at London Coliseum.
The Rodgers & Hammerstein classic comes to London from Broadway.
Get your guitar out, and ROCK!
Book Cirque Berserk at the Peacock Theatre this Feb half-term!
A ballet based on Oscar Wilde's witty novella and performed by an all-child cast.
The Oscar-winning Disney movie comes to musical life at the Prince Edward Theatre from 27 May.
Fab stand-up comedy - without the rude bits!
A moving production of the JM Barrie classic framed by WWI setting.
Interactive Jurassic adventure on stage.
Why won't Penguin say a word?
See into the backstage world of the National Theatre with this new walkway
A sound and light show for toddlers at the Unicorn Theatre.
Oolik must save her igloo before it melts away.
Patrick Ness's bestselling novel is on stage at the Old Vic.
How will the princess get to the Moon?
Can Alba power her rocket with crisps and make it to the Moon?
Stella is in for the fight of her life against her very own awful Auntie!
A thrilling love story set in London during WWII. New Wimbledon Theatre.
The adventures of two brothers and the night-time disappearance of a chocolate cake.
Magical puppetry and gorgeous score for the little ones at Polka Theatre.
Grumpy Sourpuss learns the secrets of the great outdoors.
Flying monkeys, ruby red slippers and a tornado-topping house... A dizzying theatrical spectacle!
Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monk's lovely story of of the mermaid who is tricked to run away to the circus.
What happens to the things we throw away?
An interactive story, with puppetry, by Danyah Miller.
The multi-award winning musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's celebrated novel.
Hurrah, they are back for another West End summer run!
Michaela Strachan stars as 'Huxley' the palaeontologist.
Puppetry, vaudeville and magic at the Globe for ages 10+. Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at the Globe.
It is, of course, the hottest ticket in town. At the Palace Theatre from 30 July.
Award-winning phenomenon of comedy and dance