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85-88 St Martins Lane, London, WC2N 4AU

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85-88 St Martins Lane, London, WC2N 4AU

Year opened: 1903
Capacity: 872

  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar
  • Coat check

Upcoming Highlights

  • Photograph 51

    Booking until Nov 21

  • A Christmas Carol

    Opens Nov 30

  • Mrs Henderson Presents

    Opens Feb 09, 2016

Photograph 51

Until November 21, 2015

Nicole Kidman returns to the London stage for the first time in 17 years in the UK premiere of Photograph 51. Telling the story of one of modern science's forgotten pioneers, Rosalind Franklin, it marks the Oscar-winning star's first West End appearance since her much-talked about turn in David Hare's heated The Blue Room in 1998.

A Christmas Carol

November 30, 2015-January 30, 2016

Penny pinching and bad tempered old miser Ebenezer Scrooge goes on the adventure of his life, from his past to his present and beyond and learns that the value of gold will never equal that of genuine love for his fellow men. The classic holiday tale returns with its beloved characters and message of compassion, love and kindness and of course, Christmas spirit! Starring British acting legend Jim Broadbent as the elderly antihero who ventures out of his comfort zone to seek redemption.

Mrs Henderson Presents

Opens February 9, 2016

In the wake of the recent tradition of turning beloved Brit-flicks into musicals, here comes a surefire knockout! The true story of London's Windmill Theatre and how it managed to attract baying crowds throughout the Blitz due to the tireless efforts of the titular Mrs Henderson, her showbiz impresario Vivian Van Damm and just a sprinkling of good old fashioned titillation. After receiving raves in Bath, the production, starring Tracie Bennett and Ian Bartholomew opens at the Noel Coward Theatre February 2016.

Formerly the Albery Theatre, The NoŽl Coward Theatre is a West End theatre on St. Martin's Lane. It was built by Sir Charles Wyndham and opened in 1903. Designed by architect W. G. R. Sprague, the building has a classical style exterior and a Rococo style interior design. The venue has been managed and owned by Delfont-Mackintosh Ltd since September 2005. After a large-scale refurbishment in 2006, it was renamed the NoŽl Coward Theatre, and is now a Grade II Listed building.


Nearby Restaurants

0.01 mi away at 1 Upper St. Martin's Lane
Main £8 | Three course meal £0
Cocktail Bar: International Cuisine

Spaghetti House - Cranbourn Street
0.02 mi away at 24 Cranbourn Street
Main £10 | Three course meal £15
Family Restaurant: Italian Cuisine

Le Garrick
0.04 mi away at 10-12 Garrick Street
Main £11 | Three course meal £27
Brasserie: French Cuisine

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0.09 mi away at 35 Charing Cross Road
5 Star, Prices from £175

0.1 mi away at 45 St Martin's Lane
5 Star, Prices from £232

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4 Star, Prices from £127

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