Leicester Square Theatre

6 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX

Address:6 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX
Map:See Leicester Square Theatre on a map
Telephone:0844 873 3433
Nearest Station:Leicester Square
Link:www.leicestersquaretheatre.com
Leicester Square Theatre, exterior picture


About: The Leicester Square Theatre opened in its current incarnation in 2008. The building dates back to 1953, when it replaced the war-bombed Notre Dame Hall. It has had various guises over the years, as a punk music venue and a music hall till it was converted into a theatre in 2001 and called The Venue firstly, before being renamed. This venue has two spaces that host music, burlesque, stand-up comedy and drama. Big names like Roseanne Barr and Julian Clary are just as likely to be found on the bill as up and coming artists the theatre management are keen to promote. The main auditorium has a capacity for 420 and two bars, and the more intimate basement venue seats has unallocated seating for 60 with another bar. Since opening in 2002, this cosy venue has garnered great reviews from the national press, which has certainly helped to get bums on seats, seeing Joan Rivers make her acting debut in ĎA Work in Progress By A Life In Progressí canít have hurt either.
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Starts on
Mar
24
Tue
zazU: A Big World With A Small Town Mentality
Time: Tuesday 24th March 21:00 - 22:00 Wednesday 25th March 19:00 - 20:00
Admission: £10 (Full) £8 (Concessions) £30 for 4 Deal.
Location: Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, London
May
23
Sat
Not Just Rob Gotobed But Also Tony Knight
Time: 21.30 - 23.15
Admission: £21.50 - Full £19.50 - Concession
Location: Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, London


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