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404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

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404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

Upcoming Highlights

  • Oppenheimer

    Booking until May 23

  • Just Jim Dale

    Opens May 26

  • The Importance of Being Earnest

    Opens Jun 24

  • I Believe in Unicorns

    Opens Aug 01

  • Bill Bailey

    Opens Dec 14


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Until May 23, 2015

Quite in fitting with today's bleak political climate comes this new offering from the Royal Shakespeare Company, recently transferred from Stratford, set within the fraught heart of the Manhattan Project. Tom Morton-Smith's play explores the tension between the scientific advances that shaped man's understanding of the universe against the justification of using nuclear weapons in wartime - can the ultimate cost of using such a weapon be justification for advancing scientific understanding?

Just Jim Dale

May 26-June 20, 2015

Just Jim Dale is the brand new solo show of multi-award winning actor, Jim Dale. Now aged 79, the legendary Carry On star looks back upon his multi-faceted career, retraces his steps to fame, and offers insight to others hoping to follow in one one of his many creative vocations: comedian, pop star, songwriter, voice artist and actor of stage and screen.

The Importance of Being Earnest

June 24-November 7, 2015

Undoubtedly Oscar Wilde's most famous work, The Importance of Being Earnest is a perfectly pitched comedy of manners that includes elements of farce and mischief as it wittily de-constructs the trivial matters of civilized Victorian society.

I Believe in Unicorns

August 1-30, 2015

After a hugely successful run last year, Michael Morpurgo's I Believe In Unicorns celebrates the power of books and stories, amidst an intimate setting in a library. In a mountainous town, a young boy who loathes school and reading encounters a mysterious lady, when he happens upon his local library by chance. What follows will change his heart towards books and reading forever, and possibly his life. Part of the Vaudville Theatre's Kid's Week celebrations!

Bill Bailey

December 14, 2015-January 10, 2016

After garnering rave reviews in both Australia and New Zealand, Bill Bailey's newest tour, Limboland is finally homeward-bound for the Vaudeville this December, making this a true Christmas-time treat! The theme of the show is expectations vs reality, and Bailey provides us with excellent anecdotes about his travels, rants against the unfairness of life, and of course throws some music into the mix. Watch out for a protest song played on a copy of the Bible, and possibly the most down-beat version of Happy Birthday you will possibly hear. Let's hope that Jesus isn't listening......


Nearby Restaurants

Axis at One Aldwych
0.01 mi away at One Aldwych Hotel
Main £19 | Three course meal £35
Modern Restaurant: Modern British Cuisine

One Aldwych
0.01 mi away at One Aldwych
Main £10 | Three course meal £25
Lounge: Afternoon Tea Cuisine

Garfunkel's - Burleigh House
0.02 mi away at Burleigh House
Main £10 | Three course meal £20
Family Restaurant: International Cuisine

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