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Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5DE

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5DE

Year opened: 1882
Capacity: 786

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Located near Trafalgar Square, The Playhouse is a West End Theatre, opened in 1882. It was originally built by F. H. Fowler and Hill with a larger seating capacity than it currently has. After being restored in 1907, it reopened as The Playhouse in 1987. From 1951 until 1976, the venue was used consistently by the BBC as a live performance recording studio. The Ambassador Group managed the venue from 2002, and in 2013, they bought full ownership of The Playhouse.

Opens March 28

Following two hugely successful engagements at the Menier Chocolate Factory and a run at the Vaudeville Theatre last autumn comedian David Baddiel brings his hot show, My Family: Not the Sitcom back to the West End for a stint at the Playhouse Theatre from March 28th. My Family follows his hit 2014 show Fame: Not The Musical. Famed for his appearances on television with fellow comic Frank Skinner on Fantasy Football League and Baddiel and Skinner, the Jewish Londoner is well-known for his autobiographical shows that examine his relationship with celebrity, and now provides a bittersweet insight into his chaotic family life.

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