Aldwych Theatre

Now showing at the Aldwych Theatre

Tina - The Tina Turner Musical

Tina - The Tina Turner Musical

From humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, to her transformation into the global Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Tina Turner didn’t just break the rules, she rewrote them. This new stage musical, presented in association with Tina Turner herself, reveals the untold story of a woman who dared to defy the bounds of her age, gender and race.

Booking from: Thursday, 22nd November 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 20th July 2019
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The Jive Aces Big Beat Revue

The Jive Aces Big Beat Revue

The UK’s No.1 and worlds’ busiest swing and jive band, The Jive Aces present their biggest theatre show to date, the “Big Beat Revue” featuring a load of special guests!

Joining the Jive Aces are West-End superstar Cassidy Janson returning home to the Aldwych after her starring turn playing Carol King in “Beautiful”. She recently starred in “Chess” with opposite Michael Ball and Alexandra Burke and was also nominated for a Classic Brit award for her album “Leading Ladies” with Alexandra Burke and Beverly Knight.  Cassidy has been singing with the Jive Aces on and off for the past few years and is going from strength to strength.

Booking from: Sunday, 10th February 2019
Booking until: Sunday, 10th February 2019
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Aldwych Theatre Seating Plan

Aldwych Theatre

Aldwych Theatre on the Map

How to get there: (10mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Cross street where possible and go right. When you reach the fork, veer left onto Aldwych.

49 Aldwych

Buses: 1, 4, 11, 13, 15, 68, 98

Nearest Underground: Covent Garden
Nearest Train: Charing Cross


The Aldwych and Strand Theatres where built as a pair on either side of the Waldorf Hotel. The theatre originally had 4 levels of seats, but now only 3 levels are used.

The theatre is associated with "The Aldwych Farces" - a series of farces by Ben Travers which played here from 1925 to 1933 as well as The Royal Shakespeare Company who made the Aldwych Theatre their home from 1960 to 1982 when the company then moved to the Barbican Theatre. More recent productions include a revival of Noel Coward's "Private Lives" with Joan Collins, the West End transfer of the award winning Royal National Theatre's production of JB Priestley's "An Inspector Calls", the critically applauded revival of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (with Diana Rigg and David Suchet) and the critically panned - and short-lived - musical "The Fields of Ambrosia".