Take the Northern, Bakerloo, District or Circle line to Embankment station and exit onto Northumberland road. The theatre is a two minute walk.
Playhouse Theatre Seating Plan
Welcome to the website of the Playhouse Theatre. The site aims to cover all the bases required for giving you the most easily manageable and interesting trip to the venue possible. The prospect of a night out at the theatre in London is often one of the highlights of the year for many people. Nothing can compare with the sense of true showbusiness excitement that grips you as you enter London’s famous West End.
The whole atmosphere of the place is like nothing else in the length of Britain, and it is one of the reasons why so many people make this city their holiday destination of choice. London, however, is not the easiest city to deal with for those not fully acquainted with it, and it’s wise to have some background information prepared if you are planning on visiting. In this website you can find some helpful information for orientating yourself, as well as all the necessary facilities and information you need to make your trip a great success.
As far as getting your bearings is concerned, we have provided a short introduction to London’s transport systems. Here you will find all the information you need, such as what buses to get, and which tubes to jump on in order to access the Playhouse Theatre. You can also find information on parking locations.
Alongside this, we have prepared a guide to the layout of the Playhouse Theatre’s auditorium. Here you can find information on the various seats available, and how much it will cost you to purchase them.
On a more lighthearted note, we have created a short page about the theatre’s history. This part of the website is concerned with getting you up to date on the theatre’s unique character and personality, which has been created from years of interesting goings on under it’s roof. Many of London’s theatres are, like the city itself, old aged and full of amusing tales to tell. So when visiting the theatre in London, you will not only be seeing the story told on the stage, but taking part in a long lived tale of the London’s theatre. As such it is a nice idea to spice up your trip with some knowledge of historical bearings of the venue you decide to visit. It is in this respect that this page aims to help you with.
Finally, go and check out our page about what’s on now, where you can find details on the current production: in short, lots of stuff to get excited about!