History of Charing Cross Theatre:
The Charing Cross Theatre is a ‘hidden gem’ venue that has everything you will need for an unforgettable experience under one roof. The theatre, a former victorian music hall formerly known as the Players Theatre, offers an eclectic mix of drama, musicals, comedy, cabaret and even some late night shows.
The Players Bar and Kitchen has developed an award winning pre-theatre menu. So whether you are intending to slip down to our own auditorium or travel to another theatre. The menu has been carefully crafted by their head chef and offers delicious, modern, British Cuisine. It’s regularly updated to make the most of seasonal produce so there’s always something new to try.
The venue is comprised of a 265 seater theatre, a restaurant and bar which has a late licence to 2.30am.
Charing Cross Theatre Seating Plan:
Charing Cross Theatre News:
- Soho Cinders – new cast announced as show extends
- REVIEW: Soho Cinders, Charing Cross Theatre ✭✭✭✭
- FIRST LISTEN: Millie O’Connell and Luke Bayer singing from Soho Cinders
- Luke Bayer and Millie O’Connell lead cast of Soho Cinders
- REVIEW: Queen Of The Mist, Charing Cross Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭
- Amour the musical to close early at Charing Cross Theatre
- Michael John LaChiusa’s musical Queen Of The Mist transfers to Charing Cross Theatre
- REVIEW: Amour, Charing Cross Theatre London ✭✭✭✭
- FIRST LOOK: Rehearsals for Michel Legrand’s musical Amour
- FIRST LOOK: Anna O’Byrne singing Somebody from Michel Legrand’s musical Amour