Tristan Bates Theatre


Tristan Bates Theatre

Photo by: Peter Brown 2017


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Management


General Manager: Amanda Davey

Theatres


Tristan Bates Theatre - seats 68
John Thaw Studio - seats 50

Telephone


No telephone contact numbers available.


Email


No email contact addresses available.


Location


Address:
1A Tower Street
Covent Garden
London WC2H 9NP

Council: Camden

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
Leicester Square (Northern, Piccadilly)
Tottenham Court Road (Central, Northern)

Train:
Charing Cross

Buses:

Stop:

Cambridge Circus


Day no:
14, 19, 24, 29, 38, 176


Night no:
N5, N19, N20, N29, N38, N41, N279

Access information


General

Fully wheelchair accessible.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


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Access link for this theatre


Wheelchair access

Fully wheelchair accessible.

Current shows


My One True Friend


1970 Rhodesia. Two families, two different lives. Preparations are in hand for the irascible Lady L's birthday party, but her children are there not for family loyalty or celebration, but to claim what they feel is rightly theirs.


Previews from: Wednesday 21 August 2019

Closes: Saturday 14 September 2019



Upcoming shows


Museum Pieces


Tells the story of four different people who are forever changed by a TV show in which the contestants appear naked.


Previews from: Tuesday 1 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 5 October 2019



Fiji


A dark comedy about a relationship that is gorgeous and gruesome in equal measure, and a love not defined by sex or blood ... so to speak.


Previews from: Tuesday 1 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 5 October 2019



Mites


A sinister exploration of the manipulation that lies beneath relationships, in particular of those who are mentally vulnerable in society.


Previews from: Monday 7 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 26 October 2019



Dutchman


Amiri Baraka's award-winning one-act play, revolving around two characters: Lula, a white woman, and Clay, a black man. It lands right at the intersectionality of race, gender and class ...


Previews from: Tuesday 8 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 26 October 2019



Sherlock Holmes in A Scandal in Bohemia!


Roll up! Roll up! For an all-female rollercoaster ride of high-energy comedy, puppetry, music, boxing and Punch and Judy as the sleuthsome twosome take down the Victorian patriarchy in Scandal!


Previews from: Monday 28 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 2 November 2019



Ugly


Now more than ever it's important for women to have a sense of strength and control over their image. Ugly explores why we so often do not feel that strength, what happens when you decide to stop caring, and if you can sustain that feeling.


Previews from: Tuesday 29 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 2 November 2019



Muse


A new play based on the life of surrealist photographer Dora Maar and her relationship with Pablo Picasso.


Previews from: Tuesday 19 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 23 November 2019



Bed Seven


Patricia and Gerald would probably never have met, if it hadn't been for 'bed seven'. Opposite sides of a sharp class divide, united by a friendship born out of a life-threatening dilemma.


Previews from: Tuesday 19 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 23 November 2019



A Bench at the Edge


In the style of Theatre of the Absurd, two strangers meet on a bench at the edge of an abyss and contemplate their chosen paths. Is there life beyond the void? What is drawing them closer and closer to the edge? Will they take the 'heroic dive'?


Previews from: Tuesday 26 November 2019

Closes: Saturday 30 November 2019




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