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Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA

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Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA

Year opened: 1899
Capacity: 759

  • Concession stands
  • Merchandise booths
  • Air conditioning
  • In-house bar
  • Coat check

Upcoming Highlights

  • No Man's Land

    Booking until Dec 17

  • The Kite Runner

    Opens Dec 21

  • Don Juan in Soho

    Opens Mar 17, 2017

No Man's Land

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Until December 17, 2016

Last chance to see - tickets limited! Part mystery drama, part homage to the fiction of memory, the much-anticipated revival of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land stars Sirs Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart of stage and X-Men fame, who have earned a staggering nine Olivier Awards between them. The two stars performed No Man's Land in rep with Waiting For Godot at the Cort Theatre last year in New York, but this run marks the first revival of the play since 2009 in London, which starred Michael Gambon and David Bradley in the lead roles.

The Kite Runner

December 21, 2016-March 11, 2017

Khaled Hosseini's global bestseller adapts to the stage in a powerful new play that has already captured audiences across the UK. Spanning across three decades and two Afghan wars, this story of friendship, betrayal and ultimate redemption has touched readers in 70 countries, selling 31.5 million copies in a staggering 60 languages; there was also a 2007 film adaptation, garnering a Golden Globe Nomination in the process. Follow the journeys of two friends from different classes, who find themselves separated after the USSR invasion of Afghanistan, and one of their ventures to find the other and gain forgiveness.

Don Juan in Soho

March 17-June 10, 2017

Much loved Doctor Who and Broadchurch star David Tennant makes his stage return in 2017 as the titular Don Juan in Patrick Marber's deliciously dark update of Moliere's infamous 1665 play. Uprooted to modern day Soho, the nearly nocturnal 'D.J' makes his rake's progress through the debauched streets with his valet Stevie keeping a record of his master's outrageous conquests. Unrepentant and demonic in sating his sexual appetite, our anti-hero finds himself stuck in a prison of his own making, when the previously ignored consequences of his dark detours finally catch up with him

Wyndham's Theatre is a West End theatre located on Charing Cross Road. Along with the Criterion Theatre, Wyndham's was the other theatre opened by the actor Charles Wyndham. W.G.R. Sprague designed the theatre, which was listed as a Grade II building by English Heritage in 1960.


Nearby Restaurants

PizzaExpress - Leicester Square
0.02 mi away at 43 Charing Cross Road
Main £11 | Three course meal £20
Modern Restaurant: Pizza Cuisine

Heliot Steakhouse
0.02 mi away at The Hippodrome Casino
Main £18 | Three course meal £33
Brasserie: Steaks & Grills Cuisine

0.02 mi away at The Hippodrome Casino
Main £10 | Three course meal £25
Modern Restaurant: Steaks & Grills Cuisine

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

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5 Star, Prices from £232

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