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404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
Year opened: 1870
David Baddiel: My Family - Not The Sitcom
Booking until Oct 15
Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes
Opens Oct 18
Opens Oct 27
Opens Mar 01, 2017
Until October 15, 2016
Following two hugely successful engagements at the Menier Chocolate Factory comedian David Baddiel brings his latest stand-up show, My Family: Not the Sitcom to the Vaudeville Theatre from this autumn for a limited time only. 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.
October 18-22, 2016
Dawn French's one-woman show returns this October to take audiences on a journey through her life and career, ups and downs, her trials and tribulations, with all her heartwarming wit and humour. As French puts it herself, "Look, it's not a play, it's not stand-up, it's not a monologue, it's not a slide show, but it's something a bit like all of those with some alarming extreme striptease thrown in." Don't miss this strictly limited run!
October 27, 2016-February 4, 2017
Katherine Parkinson takes the lead as Eleanor, the long-suffering wife of Richard. Whilst she's hoping to start a family, he's getting ever busier with the Dead Funny Society, a strange collective who gather to celebrate the great and the good of the comedy world once they've left this mortal coil. With Richard's obsession for the society blooming and their marriage in dire straights, Eleanor comes to realise that perhaps the joke may have been on her all along...
March 1-June 18, 2017
A whole host of British stage and screen stars including Amanda Holden, Nicola Stephenson and Angela Griffin join forces in this funny and heartwarming play all about putting your best foot forward! Seven women and one man try to escape their myriad problems once a week at their evening tap dance class. Maria Friedman directs Richard Harris' 1984 play that explores personal relationships and the ways we try to combat our problems.
The Vaudeville Theatre is a West End theatre located on the Strand, and was originally built to host vaudeville shows and musical revues. Since its opening in 1870, it has been rebuilt twice while keeping some of its original features. Max Weitzenhoffer took ownership of the theatre in 2003, and in 2005, Nimax Theatres Limited took over its management. It now stages successful long-running musicals and plays.
Axis at One Aldwych
0.01 mi away at One Aldwych Hotel
Main £19 | Three course meal £35
Event Restaurant: Modern British Cuisine
Garfunkel's - Burleigh House
0.02 mi away at Burleigh House
Main £10 | Three course meal £20
Family Restaurant: International Cuisine
0.03 mi away at 336 - 337 The Strand
Main £25 | Three course meal £40
Modern Restaurant: Steaks & Grills Cuisine
0.03 mi away at 336-337 Strand, London
5 Star, Prices from £270
0.03 mi away at 1 Aldwych
5 Star, Prices from £283
Apple Apartments The Strand
0.06 mi away at Marconi House, 335 The Strand
5 Star, Prices from £150
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