Photo: Peter Brown 2015
Artistic director: Steve Marmion
Executive Director: Mark Godfrey
Soho Theatre - seats 150
Soho Upstairs - seats 90
21 Dean Street
London W1D 3NE
Tottenham Court Road (Central)
Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Central, Victoria)
Leicester Square (Piccadilly, Northern)
Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly, Bakerloo)
Oxford Street, Soho Street or Wardour Street
7, 8, 10, 25, 55, 73, 98, 390
N7, N8, N55, N73, N98, N207
Acessible performances - check details with box office.
Call before visiting to arrange any special requirements.
Accredited assistance animals can be taken into the auditorium or left with staff.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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Lift available to reach theatre spaces.
There are regular audio-described performances.
If you are blind or have a visual impairment you, and a companion, can get your tickets for a discounted price (please ask box office team for this as it will vary).
There are touch tours before the audio-described performance when you will be introduced to actor's voices, the set and the characters' costumes. If you would like to attend a touch tour, let the box office team know when you buy your ticket.
Seats can be reserved for you in easily accessible seats in all performance spaces, or if you'd like an usher to help guide you to your seat, just ask at the box office when you book.
Infra-red system - 5 headsets available in main theatre.
Hearing loop system in Soho Upstairs.
Jazmin feels different. She doesn't want to stay in the village. She doesn't want to have a baby. She doesn't want to laugh at racist jokes in the local pub. She's got to get out. A partly autobiographical dark comedy about finding your voice.Previews from:
Monday 11 September 2017Closes:
Saturday 30 September 2017
The Magic Flute
Invited behind the velvet rope at London's most exclusive club, Tamino doesn't have time to stop for beggars, paparazzi, or even his girlfriend Pamina.Previews from:
Wednesday 6 September 2017Closes:
Saturday 7 October 2017
Two Man Show
Following the sell-out success of their 2016 and 2017 runs, Fringe First Winners RashDash return with an award winning, genre-defying new hit about gender, language and humankind.Previews from:
Monday 9 October 2017Closes:
Saturday 14 October 2017
The End Of Hope
Dermot and Janet are about to have a one night stand. Before sealing the deal, though, Dermot must ... By the end of the night, no taboo is left untouched.Previews from:
Tuesday 10 October 2017Closes:
Saturday 11 November 2017
A story with no ending; a chance meeting with one man changes the lives of two women forever. Now they both live trying to predict the unpredictable.Previews from:
Tuesday 24 October 2017Closes:
Saturday 28 October 2017
David Hoyle: Diamond
A piece of theatre that navigates counter-cultures, queer gender and sexuality, and British attitudes, and will appeal to all with liberation in their heart.Previews from:
Monday 13 November 2017Closes:
Friday 17 November 2017
The first rule of making art is: don't respond to your critics. An international supergroup of Zoe Coombs Marr, Ursula Martinez and Adrienne Truscott, prove they are not too afraid to talk out of their arses.Previews from:
Tuesday 21 November 2017Closes:
Saturday 16 December 2017
Set in a reserve forest in Rajasthan, India. Born into a family of Kathakali artistes and trained in the art from childhood, Krishnan Nair runs away from his native village in Kerala, and becomes a forest guard in a tiger sanctuary.Previews from:
Monday 27 November 2017Closes:
Saturday 2 December 2017
Ongals: Babbling Comedy
A high energy non-verbal comedy spectacular tickling the funny bone of every age, this wave of K Comedy is truly side-splitting fun for all generations and a show you won't want to miss.Previews from:
Monday 4 December 2017Closes:
Saturday 6 January 2018
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