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Management


Director: Edward Kemp

Theatres


Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre - seats 184
George Bernard Shaw Theatre - seats 102
John Gielgud Theatre - seats 72
The Studio Theatre - seats 200
The Club Theatre - seats 50

Telephone



Box office: 020 7908 4800

Email


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Location


Address:
62-64 Gower Street
London WC1E 6ED

Council: Camden

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
Goodge Street (Northern)
Russell Square (Piccadilly)

Train:
Euston

Buses:

Stop:

Torrington Place


Day no:
10,14, 24,29,73,134,390


Night no:
N5, N20, N29, N73, N253, N279

Access information



Wheelchair access

There is level access to the RADA Bar and Foyer through the main Malet Street entrance. Access to all theatres by lift from the rear of the Foyer. There are designated seating areas in each of the three theatre spaces for patrons with limited mobility or those using a wheelchair. If you wish to sit in one of these designated areas, inform the Box Office when making the booking. The booking clerk should be advised whether you will be using a theatre seat or remaining in your wheelchair. You should arrive no later than fifteen minutes prior to curtain up - this will allow adequate time for one of the Ushers to escort you to your seat before the House opens.

Visual assistance

Audio-described performances are sometimes available - check schedule for details.

Hearing assistance

Every theatre if fitted with a Senheisser infra-red audio assistance system. Units can be reserved in advance through the Box Office, or simply collected on arrival from the Duty Manager. The system can be used either to enhance a hearing-aid signal in the same way as a hearing loop, or simply as a stand alone headset unit.

Current shows


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Upcoming shows


The Tempest

Abridged Shakespeare for Young Audiences. This production is part of Shakespeare for Young Audiences programme, which forms part of RADA's widening participation remit.

Previews from: Wednesday 28 June 2017
Closes: Saturday 8 July 2017

Twelfth Night

Abridged Shakespeare for Young Audiences. This production is part of Shakespeare for Young Audiences programme, which forms part of RADA's widening participation remit.

Previews from: Thursday 29 June 2017
Closes: Saturday 8 July 2017

Trump's Women

A series of short plays track Trump's meddling with the women he has encountered and employed decade by decade. This piece takes a darkly comedic look at the man who claims to love women.

Previews from: Friday 30 June 2017
Closes: Saturday 8 July 2017

Untouchable

At school, he wasn't allowed to sit on a chair. He had to sit on the ground on a sack. He couldn't drink water out of the jug provided for the others, but had to wait till it was poured for him into his special cup. Why? He was an 'Untouchable.'

Previews from: Friday 30 June 2017
Closes: Saturday 8 July 2017

The Comedy Of Errors

Abridged Shakespeare for Young Audiences. This production is part of Shakespeare for Young Audiences programme, which forms part of RADA's widening participation remit.

Previews from: Friday 30 June 2017
Closes: Saturday 8 July 2017

The Lizzie Play

August 4th, 1892, Fall River Massachusetts. Mr Borden strokes his stocks and bonds; Mrs Borden ceaselessly eats. Their exhausted maid takes to her sweltering attic bed. They're all out of sorts.

Previews from: Saturday 1 July 2017
Closes: Saturday 8 July 2017

The Poetry We Make

When Elliott discovers her ex-boyfriend Robin has started to transition into a woman her world turns upside down. With the help of her hero and spirit guide, Dolly Parton, she examines her memories of the man she loved.

Previews from: Saturday 1 July 2017
Closes: Saturday 1 July 2017

Clay To Flesh

Under the umbrella of the ancient Pentateuch, we set out to express our humanity and our connection with the origins, with Nature, the invention of sin, and our struggle with the world at large, truth and the inevitable frailty of words.

Previews from: Tuesday 5 September 2017
Closes: Saturday 9 September 2017


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