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Management


Director: Edward Kemp

Theatres


Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre - seats 183
George Bernard Shaw Theatre - seats 70
Gielgud Theatre - seats 50
The Studio Theatre - seats 200

Telephone



Box office: 020 7908 4800

Email


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Location


Address:
Malet Street
London WC1E 7JN

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 is 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


Close Quarters


Set in the near future where three young women have become the first female soldiers on front-line duty. Trained to shoot, fight and kill, Cormack, Findlay and Davies have thrown themselves into the world's most dangerous workplace.


Previews from: Tuesday 19 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 30 November 2019



The Laramie Project


Inspired by true events, Moisés Kaufman's verbatim play confronts the brutal and homophobic murder of Matthew Shepard, which sparked shock and debate in the USA in 1998.


Previews from: Wednesday 20 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 30 November 2019



Upcoming shows


Changeling


The moon grows fat and the world bursts into madness in Middleton and Rowley's Jacobean masterpiece, The Changeling. This is the inspiration for a new show, to be created by the company.


Previews from: ... no date announced

Closes: ... no close date announced



Tales from the Vienna Woods


Tales from the Vienna Woods charts the systemic destruction of a young woman against the picture postcard setting of an idyllic Austria lurching towards fascism.


Previews from: Thursday 21 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 30 November 2019



You Game


An immensely successful screenwriter lures his wife's lover to the house and convinces her to stage a robbery of her jewellery; setting off a chain of events that leaves the audience trying to decipher what is true, and what is fiction.


Previews from: Tuesday 26 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 14 December 2019




Book tickets for ...


Buy tickets for Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre