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31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES

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ADDITIONAL INFO

31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES

Upcoming Highlights

  • Peter Pan Goes Wrong

    Booking until Jan 29

  • Peter Pan Goes Wrong

    Booking until Jan 29

  • Travesties

    Opens Feb 14

  • Travesties

    Opens Feb 14

Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Until January 29, 2017

Oh dear, it looks as if the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society is up to its old tricks again, only this time the clumsy theatre troupe have decided to take on J.M Barrie's beloved classic, in only the way that they can! Expect laughs a-plenty as they wreak havoc on a riotous journey to Neverland this Christmas!

Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Until January 29, 2017

Oh dear, it looks as if the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society is up to its old tricks again, only this time the clumsy theatre troupe have decided to take on J.M Barrie's beloved classic, in only the way that they can! Expect laughs a-plenty as they wreak havoc on a riotous journey to Neverland this Christmas!

Travesties

February 14-April 29, 2017

Following its critically acclaimed run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Tom Hollander will once again reprise his role as unreliable narrator Henry Carr in Stoppard's deliciously dark comedy Travesties when it transfers to the West End this February. This clever meditation on art, war, and politics is retold through the eyes of a decidedly unremarkable British consular clerk stationed in 1917 Zurich, as he meets a host of iconic figures that makes him question his sanity, and his place in the fast-changing world amidst the background of the Great War.

Travesties

February 14-April 29, 2017

Following its critically acclaimed run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Tom Hollander will once again reprise his role as unreliable narrator Henry Carr in Stoppard's deliciously dark comedy Travesties when it transfers to the West End this February. This clever meditation on art, war, and politics is retold through the eyes of a decidedly unremarkable British consular clerk stationed in 1917 Zurich, as he meets a host of iconic figures that makes him question his sanity, and his place in the fast-changing world amidst the background of the Great War.

LOCATION

Nearby Restaurants

Grace
0.03 mi away at 42-44 Great Windmill Street
Main £8 | Three course meal £25
Trendy Restaurant: European Cuisine

Bella Italia - Shaftesbury Avenue
0.03 mi away at 61-63 Shaftesbury Avenue
Main £10 | Three course meal £27
Modern Restaurant: Italian Cuisine

Yaneff at DSTRKT
0.04 mi away at 9 Rupert Street
Main £15 | Three course meal £35
Modern Restaurant: American Cuisine

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