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.
Sarah gets spat at in the street. Frankie doesn't go to her lectures. In the aftermath of the tragic accident that brought them together, neither expects to find solace in the other's company.Previews from:
Wednesday 6 February 2019Closes:
Saturday 2 March 2019
The Paper Man
In 1938, Austrian football star Matthias Sindelar humiliated the Nazi regime by refusing to throw a match. A few months later he was dead. Accident, suicide or execution? Inspirational little guy or yet another man and his ego? Who cares?Previews from:
Tuesday 12 February 2019Closes:
Saturday 9 March 2019
Jessie Cave: Sunrise
An explicitly detailed story from Jessie about dating again after a complex break-up...Previews from:
Monday 12 November 2018Closes:
Saturday 30 March 2019
Diane Chorley: Chatting with Chorley
Join Diane Chorley, matriarch of Canvey Island's cult 1980s nightclub The Flick, her house band The Buffet and loyal bodyguard Ron as she outshines two dazzling guests from stage and screen in her exciting new talk show 'Chatting with Chorley.'Previews from:
Monday 4 March 2019Closes:
Friday 5 July 2019
Roger thinks the world's gone mad. He hates his job, his ex-wife torments him and to top it all, his girlfriend just discovered feminism. Roger's about to lose his shit. Until he discovers Angry Alan: online activist and "voice of reason" …Previews from:
Tuesday 5 March 2019Closes:
Saturday 30 March 2019
Le Gateau Chocolat & Jonny Woo: A Night at the Musicals
Hilarious hijinks and shady shenanigans abound as they 'Les Misérmassacre' all the musicals you know and love. A Night at the Musicals is a tortured love letter to the glorious genre of musical theatre.Previews from:
Monday 11 March 2019Closes:
Saturday 23 March 2019
Takes a frank and unflinching look at two different sides of a city that exist in ignorance of one another, and asks whether it's possible to tell someone else's story without exploiting them along the way.Previews from:
Tuesday 2 April 2019Closes:
Saturday 4 May 2019
Luke Wright, Poet Laureate
With a new Poet Laureate due to be announced in 2019 Wrighty's chucking his hat in the ring. He's on a mission to write poems to unite a nation divided by austerity and Brexit.Previews from:
Wednesday 10 April 2019Closes:
Saturday 13 April 2019
Hello, we're Ell and Mary. We're best friends and ex-girlfriends and we're bored of playing it cool. So this is a show about what gets you hot.Previews from:
Tuesday 30 April 2019Closes:
Saturday 4 May 2019
Late night taxis, teen discos, home nurses, Jewish launderettes, vigilantes, babies, immigrants, seagulls. Citysong is a play, a poem and a chorus of voices showing three generations of a Dublin family on one day.Previews from:
Wednesday 12 June 2019Closes:
Saturday 6 July 2019
The View Upstairs
A provocative new musical, The View UpStairs is inspired by the true story of the 1973 arson attack that the largest single attack against the LGBTQ+ community until the Pulse Nightclub shootings in Florida in 2016.Previews from:
Thursday 18 July 2019Closes:
Saturday 24 August 2019
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