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  • Artsdepot   The artsdepot is a multi-purpose cultural centre located in North Finchley, in the London borough of Barnet. It was officially opened on 23 October 2004 for the enjoyment and development of the arts in North London.   Link  Google Map
  • Baron's Court Theatre   Barons Court Theatre is a pub theatre in West Kensington, in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, and is located in the cellar/vaults below the Curtains Up Pub.   Link  Google Map
  • Bloomsbury Theatre   The Bloomsbury Theatre is a theatre on Gordon Street, Bloomsbury, in the London Borough of Camden, owned by University College London. The Theatre has a seating capacity of 535 and offers a professional programme of innovative music, drama, comedy and dance all year round.   Link  Google Map
  • Broadway Theatre   The Broadway Theatre, Catford is a theatre on Rushey Green, Catford in the London Borough of Lewisham. A grade II* listed building, the theatre, was built in 1932 and is an outstanding example of Art Deco design. The architects were Bradshaw Gass & Hope; the slightly Gothic features were intended to relate to the adjacent Gothic Revival Town Hall which has since been demolished.   Link  Google Map
  • Brockley Jack Theatre   Brockley Jack Theatre is a pub theatre in Crofton Park and is located behind the Brockley Jack pub in Brockley south east London.   Link  Google Map
  • Chelsea Theatre   The Chelsea Theatre is a studio theatre located on the Kings Road in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It presents, commissions, and produces new work and is the only venue in London dedicated to Performance Art.   Link  Google Map
  • Cockpit Theatre   The Cockpit Theatre is a Fringe Theatre in Marylebone, London. The Cockpit Theatre was designed by Edward Mendelsohn built in 1969-70 by the Inner London Education Authority as a community theatre and is notable as London's first purpose built Theatre In The Round, since the Great Fire of London.   Link  Google Map
  • Cock Tavern Theatre   The Cock Tavern Theatre is a new fringe venue in the heart of Kilburn, London. Set in the former function room of the superb Victorian building, the Cock Tavern Theatre brings the highest quality of new writing and innovative adaptations of classics to the stage.   Link  Google Map
  • Courtyard Theatre (The)   The Courtyard is a theatre housed in the former public library (originally known as the Passmore Edwards Free Library) in Pitfield Street in Hoxton, a Grade II listed building.   Link  Google Map
  • Etcetera Theatre   The Etcetera Theatre is a fringe venue for theatre and comedy. It was founded in 1986 and is situated above The Oxford Arms pub in Camden Town, in the London Borough of Camden.   Link  Google Map
  • Finborough Theatre (The)   Founded in 1980, the Finborough Theatre in the Earls Court neighborhood of London, United Kingdom (part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea), presents new British writing, UK premieres of overseas drama (particularly from the United States, Scotland, Canada, and Ireland), music theatre, and rarely seen rediscovered 19th and 20th century plays.   Link  Google Map
  • Greenwich Playhouse   The Greenwich Playhouse in the central Greenwich district of the London Borough of Greenwich is an eighty-four seat studio theatre which opened in 1990. It is situated above and has its entrance within, the St. Christopher’s Inn Pub. The pub is situated on the east side of the forecourt of Greenwich station. The Galleon Theatre Company was founded as a touring company in 1988 by Alice de Sousa and Bruce Jamieson. In December 1995, they became the resident company at the Prince Theatre. In September 1998, the theatre closed and was to be lost. The theatre was revived after a campaign to save it, and re-opened with new facilities on 30 May 2000.   Link  Google Map
  • Grosvenor Chapel   The organ in Grosvenor Chapel was built by Abraham Jordan and installed in 1732 at the expense of Sir Richard Grosvenor. It was altered twice in the 19th c. by Bishop, and rebuilt in 1908 by Ingram. In 1930 J.W.Walker and Sons built a new two manual organ incorporating much second-hand pipework both from the old instrument and from elsewhere. This instrument was replaced in 1991 by William Drake, Organ Builder of Buckfastleigh, Devon, who built a new organ in a broadly 18th c. English style. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register. The Chapel enjoys a high standard of music with a resident professional group of 5 singers and an organist. The group is often augmented with other singers and instrumentalists for special occasions including an orchestra for Easter Day and the Requiem Mass on All Souls. The choir performs a large range of music from Renaissance to the present day. There are regular free lunchtime concerts on Tuesdays at 1.10pm   Link  Google Map
  • Hen and Chickens Theatre   The Hen and Chickens Theatre is a fringe venue for theatre and comedy situated above a pub at Highbury in the London Borough of Islington.   Link  Google Map
  • Humble Theatre (Prince Edward)   The Humble Theatre Company opened officially in 2007 under the Artistic Direction of Jodi De Souza with the aim to produce excellent theatre that not only entertains but also challenges and informs to invoke change. In 2007 the company produced The Tolstoy Tales at The Camden People's Theatre, London; DENIED at C Venues, Edinburgh Festival; The readthrough of Plugged at C Venues, Edinburgh Festival; and in December The Humble Theatre company's artistic director produced and directed A Christmas Carol at The Coronet Cinema in Notting Hill. In 2008 The Humble Theatre Company has staged the sell-out productions of No Sale and Dis*Crimination at Theatre at the Castle; produced Sniggle at The Theatre Royal Haymarket in London's West End; and staged a three week run of Hope and Glory at Humble Theatre, Prince Edward, London. 2009 started with a three week run of Medea at Humble Theatre, Prince Edward, London.   Link  Google Map
  • Jackson's Lane   Jacksons Lane is a multi-arts venue in Highgate, North London. Housed in a striking red-brick gothic church conversion, the building is home to a 160 capacity theatre, a striking dance and rehearsal studio, a cafe bar and four multi-purpose spaces. We are a theatre, a centre for participation with countless courses, a space for companies and artists to create and, above all, a welcoming building open 6 days a week for whatever you decide to do here. From contemporary circus to artist development, from participation to theatre for young people, Jacksons Lane is unique.   Link  Google Map
  • Jermyn Street Theatre   Jermyn Street Theatre is a performance venue situated on Jermyn Street, London. Formerly a restaurant, under the leadership of Howard Jameson, it was transformed into a 70-seat studio theatre right in the heart of London's West End. It opened in August 1994. In their mission statement, the theatre states that their aim is "to provide talented new actors, directors and writers with the opportunity to be recognised and given a platform in the best West End Studio Theatre."   Link  Google Map
  • Laban Centre   Laban in Deptford, south-east London, is a college and centre for contemporary dance, and includes 13 dance studios, a 300-seat theatre, dance health suite, Pilates studio, library and café. It is part of Trinity Laban.   Link  Google Map
  • Landor Theatre   Landor Theatre is a pub theatre in Clapham in the London Borough of Lambeth.   Link  Google Map
  • Lion and the Unicorn   The Lion & Unicorn Theatre is run by the Giant Olive theatre company. It's a pub theatre in kentish Town.   Link  Google Map
  • Menier Chocolate Factory   The Menier Chocolate Factory is an award-winning 190 seat fringe studio theatre, restaurant and gallery. It is located in a former 1870s chocolate factory in Southwark Street, a major street in the London Borough of Southwark, central south London, England. The theatre stages plays and musicals, live music and stand-up comedy. According to the Evening Standard, it is "one of the most dynamic fringe venues in London".   Link  Google Map
  • New End Theatre   The New End Theatre, Hampstead, is a 80 seat fringe theatre venue in London, located in the London Borough of Camden. It is listed widely on the internet including with The New York Times. It was founded by Buddy Dalton in 1974 in the converted mortuary of the now defunct New End Hospital. It was owned by Roy and Sonia Saunders from 1986-1997, and led by Artistic Directors Sonia Saunders from 1986-92, Jon Harris from 1992-96, and Neil McPherson for the 1996-97 season. It has had a number of successes including A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine which transferred to both the West End and Broadway and in its early years, world premieres of work by Jean Anouilh, Steven Berkoff, Tom Kempinski and Arnold Wesker. Since 1997, it has been owned and run by Artistic Director and Chief Executive Brian Daniels who also runs the Shaw Theatre in London.   Link  Google Map
  • New Wimbledon Theatre   Until 2001, the theatre was owned and operated by the Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust, on behalf of the London Borough of Merton, who still own the freehold of the building. The trust was responsible for overseeing a multi-million pound refurbishment in the late 1990s, incorporating a brand new backstage area, fly tower and a complete re-seating of the orchestra stalls as well as redecoration of the interior. During this period, the theatre was closed for an entire year. The venue is frequently hired out to television production, with many famous TV series having been shot on site, including The Bill, The IT Crowd, De-Lovely, Little Britain, Extras (the Aladdin pantomime episode with Les Dennis) and We Are Most Amused, a comedy gala performance to celebrate the 60th birthday of HRH The Prince of Wales, in aid of The Prince's Trust.   Link  Google Map
  • Old Red Lion   The Old Red Lion Theatre is a fringe theatre, situated above a pub at The Angel, in the London Borough of Islington. It was founded in 1979 as the Old Red Lion Theatre Club.   Link  Google Map
  • Only Connect Theatre   Theatre between King's Cross and Holborn. Former Baptist church with seating for 220.   Link  Google Map
  • Pentameters Theatre   The Pentameters Theatre was founded in 1968 and is still run by artistic director Leonie Scott-Matthews, a well known Hampstead resident. It is a 60-seat venue and is a fringe theatre in the London Borough of Camden, located above the Three Horseshoes public house in Hampstead. The theatre has a reputation for producing revivals, poetry, music events and cutting-edge new plays in particular.   Link  Google Map
  • Rosemary Branch Theatre   Rosemary Branch Theatre is a theatre above a public house, in Islington on the borders of Hackney and Shoreditch. It has a capacity of 57 seats, expandable to 65. The pub is a freehouse and the venue is independent and privately-owned. Its full address is 2 Shepperton Road, Islington, N1 3DT.   Link  Google Map
  • Shaw Theatre (The)   The Shaw Theatre is a theatre in Somers Town, in the London Borough of Camden. It is located near the Euston Road, beside the British Library and St Pancras Chambers (formerly the Midland Grand Hotel), equidistant from King's Cross station and Euston station. It is not a west end theatre, But a theatre in London.   Link  Google Map
  • Southwark Playhouse   Southwark Playhouse Theatre Company was founded in 1993 by Juliet Alderdice, Tom Wilson & Mehmet Ergen. They identified the need for a high quality accessible theatre which would also act as a major resource for the community. They leased a disused workshop in a then comparatively neglected part of Southwark and turned it into a flexible theatre space.   Link  Google Map
  • Space Theatre (The)   The Space is an arts space in the Isle of Dogs, London. Its principal patron is Sir Ian McKellen, and it is a registered non-profit making charity.   Link  Google Map
  • St. Stephen's Church   After raising a total of well over £4 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, English Heritage, local businesses and individual donors, the Trust has undertaken three phases of major building work to restore the building to a useable condition. New space has been created in the crypt, which will be let out to provide a regular income for the building. Meanwhile, the magnificent ground floor will be made available to the community as a unique venue for theatre, music, exhibitions and conferences - opening with Antic Disposition's new production of 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' in March 2009.   Link  Google Map
  • Tabard Theatre   The Tabard Theatre is an 80 seat theatre located in Chiswick, Turnham Green in the London Borough of Hounslow. It is situated above the Tabard public house which was built in 1880 by the architect Norman Shaw for the Bedford Park Estate. The upper walls of the public house are covered in arts and craft tiles by William De Morgan, and the fireplaces have surrounds of tiles created by Walter Crane – an early example of Art Nouveau.   Link  Google Map
  • The Place   The Place is a dance and performance centre in Duke's Road near Euston in the London Borough of Camden. Originally the home base of the London Contemporary Dance Theatre from the 1970s, it is now the location of the London Contemporary Dance School, the Richard Alston Dance Company and the Robin Howard Dance Theatre.   Link  Google Map
  • Union Theatre   The Union Theatre is a small fringe theatre situated in the borough of Southwark in London. It was established in 1998 by Sasha Regan who took the initiative to convert a disused paper warehouse near Southwark station into a functioning theatre. Set beneath railway arches, it is one of the more distinctive theatrical spaces in London.   Link  Google Map
  • Upstairs at the Gatehouse   Upstairs at The Gatehouse is a pub theatre in Highgate in the London Borough of Camden. The venue is a refurbished 1895 auditorium, upstairs from the Gatehouse pub, that has served over the years as a music hall, cinema, Masonic lodge, and a jazz and folk music club that once hosted a performance by Paul Simon. Today, the venue hosts theatrical and cabaret productions. It has presented a mix of off-beat and mainstream shows, including an all-female version of Hamlet,modernistic interpretation of opera classics and new musicals and dramas. Upstairs at the Gatehouse is run by Ovation Theatres Limited, whose two directors John and Katie Plews have served for over twenty years.   Link  Google Map
  • White Bear Theatre   The White Bear Theatre is a london fringe theatre venue, which was established in 1988 and sits inside the White Bear pub in Kennington, Lambeth it is run by Artistic Director Michael Kingsbury. Theatre practitioners who have worked at The White Bear include Joe Penhall, Emily Watson, Tamsin Outhwaite, Kwami Kwei Armah, Vicky Featherstone, Torben Betts, Lucinda Coxon, Adam Spreadbury-Maher (Associate director 2008 - Present). It is said to be one of the most interesting fringe theatres due to its small size and the intimacy of the acting space.   Link  Google Map






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