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14 Whitehall Street, London, SW1A 2DY

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ADDITIONAL INFO

14 Whitehall Street, London, SW1A 2DY

Year opened: 1930
Capacity: 380

  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Upcoming Highlights

  • Apologia

    Booking until Nov 18

  • Le Grand Mort

    Booking until Oct 28

  • The Grinning Man

    Opens Dec 05

Apologia

Until November 18, 2017

Rejoice for Stockard Channing who returns to the West End to star in this richly entertaining play from Alexi Kaye Campbell, directed by Jamie Lloyd. Tony-winner Channing takes centre stage as Kristin, renowned art historian and former radical demonstrator, a left-wing product of 60s idealism who never knowingly missed a protest or a picket line. But where Kristin is proud of her part in history, her sons are not quite, wishing that their revolutionary mother had spent a little bit less time suffering for humanity and more time on the suffering humans around her.

Le Grand Mort

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Until October 28, 2017

Julian Clary returns to the West End this July in this world premiere from the late Stephen Clark. Written for Clary, Le Grand Mort is a dark comedy with macabre themes that will make use of his ability to juggle sharp wit and acerbic asides as he plays Michael, a man preparing dinner in his modish North London flat with surgeon-like precision. As Michael waxes lyrical about the relative uses of a human body after death whilst slicing up ingredients, we find ourselves fearing for the fate of his anticipated guest.

The Grinning Man

Opens December 5, 2017

A strange new act has arrived at the Stokes Croft Fair, the home of an array of interesting and grotesque characters. Grinpayne and his hideously scarred face soon captures the interests and the hearts of all who see him but, who is this strange creature and how did he become so marked?

Formerly the Whitehall Theatre, Trafalgar Studios (1 and 2) is a West End theatre in Whitehall. The building was designed by architects Tim Foster and John Muirm and in 1996, was Grade II listed by English Heritage. With a seating capacity of 380, Studio 1 is the larger of the theatre spaces and was opened in June 2004. The theatre was used as a television and radio studio from 1997 to 1999, and since 2004 it is now primarily used to stage plays and musicals.

LOCATION

Nearby Restaurants

The Clarence
0.03 mi away at 53 Whitehall
Main £9 | Three course meal £19
Pub: British Cuisine

Rockwell Bar at The Trafalgar
0.04 mi away at The Trafalgar
Main £15 | Three course meal £35
Hotel Restaurant: Modern European Cuisine

Jamie?s Italian - London Bridge
0.04 mi away at 5 More London Place
Main £12 | Three course meal £20
Modern Restaurant: Italian Cuisine

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Nearby Hotels


0.06 mi away at 1-3 Spring Gardens London
5 Star, Prices from £350


0.07 mi away at 8 Northumberland Avenue
4 Star, Prices from £119


0.07 mi away at 8 Northumberland Avenue
4 Star, Prices from £119

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