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Selected reviews for this venue:
John Winn, 18/08/14
The Ken Dodd Happiness Show (18/08/14) - Fun Night with Ken Dodd
We all enjoyed the show and were all pleasantly surprised about the length of the show, it went on till 12.45 in the morning. Well done Ken.
Should of had better advertising, was only by chance we noticed this was showing. Everywhere very clean and well managed, child friendly.
James and the Giant Peach (23/07/13) - Fantastic family adventure
Full of fun and audience interaction, my 6 yr old daughter and 12 yr old son were entertained throughout and me n my husband thouroughly enjoyed it too. This play uses a variety of live music and singing. Humor for all ages and a fantastic array of costumes and props. Would highly recommend and would see again!!!
Address: Playhouse Theatre
Nearest rail: Charing Cross
Nearest Tube: Embankment (District, Circle and Northern lines), Charing Cross (Northern line)
Parking at NCP Trafalgar Square. Street parking is very limited - we strongly advise the use of public transport.
The Playhouse is pleased to offer facilities for the disabled. For further information please contact the Box Office.
Infra-Red Listening Systems
The Ambassador Theatre Group is now offering state-of-the-art Sennheiser infra-red listening systems in our venues. Please call the box office on 0870 060 6631 or visit the Sennheiser web site at www.sennheiser.co.uk for more details.
The Playhouse is also available for conferences, trade shows, concerts, film and sound recordings, and receptions. For information contact the General Manager on 020 7839 4292.
The Playhouse is an air-cooled theatre. For the convenience of patrons a manned cloakroom is situated in the Playhouse Bar. Smoking is not permitted in any area of the theatre.Patrons are reminded that the use of cameras, or any recording equipment, is strictly forbidden. Please turn off all mobile phones and pagers before entering the auditorium. The Management reserves the right to refuse admission, and to alter this programme, or make any alterations to the cast rendered necessary by illness of other unavoidable causes.