The Playground Theatre

The Playground Theatre

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Artistic director: Peter Tate and Anthony Biggs


The Playground Theatre - seats 150


Box office: 020 8960 0110


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Unit 8
343-453 Latimer Rd
London W10 6RQ

Council: Kensington and Chelsea

Region: London

Location map for The Playground Theatre


Central Line (White City)
Hammersmith and City Line (Latimer Rd and Ladbroke Grove)




Northpole Rd

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About the The Playground Theatre

The Playground Theatre is renowned as a breeding ground for the imagination of theatre artists of all disciplines.

A place where artists can test their limitations in an environment of challenge and support.

They will continue to work with both established and emerging artists from the UK and Internationally.

The ethos is one of cross-fertilization between different forms and different cultures in search of a universal language that speaks to all.

Access information

We have no accessibility information at the present time.

Current shows

We don't have any shows listed.

Upcoming shows


A passionate love story about Layla, who is denounced for an affair with her student, Nur, and is awaiting to be stoned to death for adultery.

Previews from: Tuesday 25 February 2020

Closes: Saturday 14 March 2020


A play about identity, love and losing your mind. Sorrel and Bun are struggling to manage their mum who has dementia.

Previews from: Wednesday 18 March 2020

Closes: Saturday 4 April 2020

The Respectable Prostitute

1940s America is hot, steamy, and wild. Neon signs fill the streets with light while a sinister air blows. Powerful people spread false truths for their personal ambition. Jean-Paul Sartre's play returns to the stage after nearly 75 years.

Previews from: Wednesday 20 May 2020

Closes: Saturday 6 June 2020

Ida Rubinstein: The Final Act

Ida Rubinstein was a superstar, long before the term was invented. We talk of women's empowerment today and yet here was a woman, at a time when most women were completely powerless.

Previews from: Wednesday 30 September 2020

Closes: Saturday 17 October 2020

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