Gate Theatre

Gate Theatre, London, seen from the street.

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Artistic director: Christopher Haydon
Executive Director: Clare Slater


Gate Theatre - seats 70


Box office: 0207 229 0706


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11 Pembridge Road
Nottinghill Gate
London W11 3HQ

Council: Kensington and Chelsea

Region: London

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Nottinghill Gate (Central, District, and Circle) - exit #3 to Portobello Road.

Shepherd's Bush (Overground)



Ladbrooke Road
Nottinghill Gate

Day no:
27, 28, 31, 52, 328, 452

Night no:
N28, N31

Access information


The theatre aims to offer accessible performances for Gate Audiences to every show.

Guide dogs welcome by request - can sit in the auditorium or be looked after by doting members of staff.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.

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Wheelchair access

This is a small 70-seater venue up a flight of stairs above a pub, so access is limited.

Visual assistance

Audio described notes, large print and braille can be available on request, although braille does - requires a notice period.

Hearing assistance

Induction loop system - ask staff at box office.

Captioned performances - check schedule for details.

Hearing dogs welcome by request.

Current shows

Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992

When the policemen accused of killing Rodney King were acquitted, deadly riots broke out across LA. Based on interviews of people from police commissioners to Rodney King's family about those devastating few days in the summer of 1992.

Previews from: Thursday 11 January 2018
Closes: Saturday 10 February 2018

Upcoming shows


Vodka. Cee Lo Green. Pyjamas. Classic break-up. Jude Christian returns to the Gate Theatre with this anarchic celebration of broken relationships, complex negotiations, and the tyranny of capitalism. Come and join the party.

Previews from: Thursday 22 February 2018
Closes: Saturday 17 March 2018

Effigies Of Wickedness

As the Nazis identified difference as something to be afraid of, the Weimar cabaret scene danced on with songs that celebrated it. A cabaret of riotous, witty, and shockingly prophetic songs, banned by the Nazis in the 1930s.

Previews from: Thursday 3 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 2 June 2018

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