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Trafalgar Theatre

14 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DY GB

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A Mirror

Trafalgar Theatre

4.6/5 - Basert på 23 kritikker - (Kritikk) 4.6 23 kritikker Billetter fra 740NOK
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De prisbelønte skuespillerne Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting, Elementary) og Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education, Scenes with Girls) spiller hovedrollene i den "ekstraordinære og fascinerende" A Mirror , som kommer til Londons West End etter et utsolgt løp på Almeida Theatre.

  • Bestilling inntil: Wednesday 15 May 2024
  • Spillets lengde: 2 hours (no interval)
  • Hovedrollene: Jonny Lee Miller
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People, Places and Things Åpner 3 May 2024 Åpner 3 May 2024 People, Places and Things

People, Places and Things

Trafalgar Theatre

4.6/5 - Basert på 18 kritikker - (Kritikk) 4.6 18 kritikker Billetter fra 343NOK
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Duncan Macmillans ( Lungs, 1984 ) skuespill PEOPLE, PLACES & THINGS, regissert av Jeremy Herrin ( Best of Enemies, Wolf Hall, This House ) og designet av Tony Award-vinner Bunny Christie ( The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night ) -Time ), kommer triumferende tilbake til London denne våren.
  • Bestillingsskjema: Friday 3 May 2024
    Bestilling inntil: Saturday 10 August 2024
  • Spillets lengde: 2hr 20min (incl. interval)
  • Hovedrollene: Denise Gough
People, Places and Things

Trafalgar Theatre Facilities

  • Klimatisert
  • Bar
  • høreapparat
  • Medlem av Q-Park scheme
  • Toaletter

Trafalgar Theatre Access Tickets

Disabled theatregoers and their carers can get discount tickets. Please phone the Trafalgar Theatre access line on 0800 912 6971.

Trafalgar Theatre Beliggenhet

Reiseinformasjon

Nærmeste undergrunnsstasjon
  • Charing Cross
  • Embankment
Nærmeste jernbanestasjon
  • Charing Cross
Undergrunnslinjer
  • Bakerloo
  • Circle
  • District
  • Northern
Dagbusser
  • (Whitehall) 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 88, 91, 159, 453; (Strand) 6, 9, 13, 15, 23, 29, 87, 139, 176
Nattbusser
  • (Whitehall) 12, 24, 53, 88, 159, 453, N2, N3, N5, N11, N18, N20, N44, N52, N87, N91, N97, N109, N136, N155, N381 (Strand) 6, 23, 139, 176, N9, N13, N15, N21, N26, N29, N41, N47, N89, N279, N343, N551
Trafalgar Theatre history

From the outside

Noticeable for its three surprisingly high arches, Trafalgar Studios was built in 1930 and consists of two separate areas. Studio 1 is a sloped auditorium in dark blue, once the old Whitehall Theatre’s dress circle. Studio 2 is created from the old stalls and has just 100 seats.

Trafalgar Studios Theatre architecture and history

Trafalgar Studios looks new. But looks are deceptive. There was a pub on the site from 1650 and while the theatre only opened in its current form in 2004, the original building dates back to 1930. Named the Whitehall Theatre, it was designed by Edward Stone with Art Deco interiors by Marc-Henri and Laverdet.

The Trafalgar Studios are tiny, as was the original Whitehall Theatre, which showed fringe productions and during World War Two, in 1942, actually hosted strippers, followed by a suite of popular comedies, the so-called Whitehall Farces, between 1950 and the late ‘60s. They even staged a nude show in 1969, which while highly controversial was also very popular!

In the 1970s the theatre failed and was replaced by a museum, set up without permission. In 1986 the theatre was refurbished and re-opened as a television and radio recording studio in the late 1990s, hosting the occasional play and concert.

The theatre was Grade 2 listed in 1996, mainly for the auditorium’s ‘decorative cohesion and prettiness’, with the ‘best surviving original fabric of this type of theatre’.

In the early 2000s the venue struck lucky, with a radical transformation that turned the building from a standard 700 seater into two delightfully intimate auditoriums with 380 and 100 seats respectively, designed by the architects Tim Foster and John Muir.

These days, as Trafalgar Studios 1 and 2, it is a popular venue for intimate, small scale stage productions, and is owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group.

Past shows at the Trafalgar Studios Theatre

Past hits at the Trafalgar Studios theatre, in its original form, include Three Sisters, Puppetry of the Penis, Rat Pack Confidential, and Sing-a-Long-a-ABBA. Sweeney Todd, Alan Bennett's The Old Country, Jane Eyre and Bent have also been staged there, as has Educating Rita, Confessions of a Dancewhore and State Fair.

Trafalgar Studios Theatre access

Trafalgar Studios are accessible to wheelchairs. The main entrance is on Whitehall. Studio 1 has wheelchair spaces in the front row and Studio 2 offers a wheelchair space in the front row. If you can transfer to seating, you’re welcome to do so. Guide dogs are welcome in the auditoria, or staff can dog-sit if you prefer.

Trafalgar Studios Theatre tickets

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14 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DY GB