Hen and Chickens Theatre

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Artistic director: Felicity Wren & James Wren
Manager: Elizabeth Arnold


Hen and Chickens Theatre - seats 54


Box office: 020 7704 2001


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109 St Paul's Road
London N1 2NA

Council: Islington

Region: London

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Highbury and Islington (Victoria)

Highbury and Islington



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4, 19, 30, 43, 277

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About Hen and Chickens Theatre

The Hen and Chickens Theatre is a fringe venue for theatre and comedy situated above a pub at Highbury in the London Borough of Islington. The theatre management was awarded to actress Felicity Wren in 1999.

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Current shows

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Upcoming shows

Hol Vagy Hol Nem Vagy

Everywhere is good, good is everywhere. Feels just like home. But what happens if one cannot decide which home is it?

Previews from: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Closes: Saturday 25 May 2019

tHe dYsFUnCKshOnalZ!

Thirty years after splitting up in a Copenhagen hotel, the world's unluckiest punk band reunites for one final gig.

Previews from: Tuesday 28 May 2019
Closes: Saturday 1 June 2019

A Very British Lesbian

After SRO house in Los Angeles, the droll, very British lesbian that is Fiona Goodwin, is delighted to be bringing her show home to the UK, where the story all began.

Previews from: Friday 5 July 2019
Closes: Thursday 11 July 2019

Charles Dickens's - A One Man Christmas Carol

In this classic Christmas ghost story, the miserly Scrooge is sent on a journey with the spirits through his own past, present and future to find redemption and the hope of a second chance.

Previews from: Wednesday 11 December 2019
Closes: Saturday 21 December 2019

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