Closest Tube StationTottenham Court Road
Closest Train StationWaterloo
Soho Theatre is in the heart of London with our year-round festival-like programme, at festivals or through our national and international touring.
They produce and co-produce new plays, work with associate artists and present the best new emerging theatre companies. They present the early work of countless UK artists (many who go on to be industry giants). And we are the go-to for many international artists’ London debuts. They have artists on attachment and under commission (Soho Six). Plus they have a thriving Young Company of writers, theatre-makers and comedy groups.
Soho Theatre has two Awards: the prestigious biennial writing competition the Verity Bargate Award, and the Tony Craze Award for our Writers’ Labs participants. They read and see hundreds of shows a year and work in local boroughs.
The closest tube station is Tottenham Court Road which serves both the Northern line and the Central line and is just a few minutes walk away from Soho Theatre. Leicester Square is the second nearest underground station and serves both the Northern line and the Picadilly line.
This ain't your typical Christmas story! Hilarious comedian Sam Simmons brings his eccentric show Away in a Stranger to the West End!
A Night at the Musicals is a tortured love letter to the glorious genre of musical theatre.
Jessie Cave returns to Soho Theatre with her acute blend of confessional comedy and DIY Performance Art.
Pieter-Dirk Uys: When in Doubt Say Darling
New play by award-winning playwright James Fritz
Tuppence Middleton stars in the return of Vicky Jones' award-winning debut play.
Race. Sex. Power politics. The New York sensation lands in London
Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum With Expats tickets available now!
Lucy McCormick: Post Popular
Natalie Palamides brings NATE to the Soho Theatre
The epic true story of Paul Hewson overshadowed by his more successful mate U2's Bono is on in the West End this holiday season!
Le Gateau Chocolat & Jonny Woo: A Night at the Musicals special Soho Theatre encore!
David Baddiel's debut play God's Dice starring Alan Davies
The European premiere of Max Vernon's hit Off-Broadway play, The View Upstairs, is set to take Soho by storm this summer!
Every family has a dark underbelly. Especially the perfect ones.
True stories of transatlantic deportation and detention
Citysong comes to London for extremely limited run at Soho Theatre
He may not be able to talk but he definitely has something to say and his comedy will leave you speechless.
New play by award-winning playwright Chloë Moss