Boulevard Theatre

Boulevard Theatre

Boulevard 6 Walker’s Court Soho London, W1F 0BT

The Boulevard Theatre is one of London’s newest and most versatile venues. Located in the heart of Soho, the space has a long history providing various forms of entertainment: adult, cabaret, revue and comedy included. The newly opened venue has been completely redesigned to stunning effect. 
The large windows and glass walkway create an open and inviting space. The theatre itself is small, only 165 seats, but has been designed to allow as much creative flexible as possible. The stage can be reconfigured in multiple ways and also has the abilty to vary in levels, rising and falling. The seating in the venue is all mobile and can be redistributed to best suit each individual event. The balcony also revolves in both directions allowing even more flexibility in seating. The innovative window design allows for a variety of lighting choices, including natural light. 
The size of the venue means that the majority of shows staged in the space will have a half dozen or less actors. The opening season is set to feature shows that will shine in this innovative new space. 


The capacity of The Boulevard Theatre is 165 seats which can be configured in various ways and include balcony seating.

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The Boulevard Theatre is located at the north end of Walker's Court. 

It is advised to use public transportation to get to the Boulevard Theate. The theatre is a short 5 minute walk from Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) and Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. It is also accessible from Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern lines) and Oxford Circus ( Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines) which are each a 10-minute walk from the Theatre. 

If you wish to drive to the theatre, there is limited on-street parking in the area. The nearest carparks to the Boulevard Theatre are NCP Brewer Street and Q-Park Chinatown.