Noel Coward Theatre

Now showing at the Noel Coward Theatre

Girl From the North Country

Girl From the North Country

After rapturous critical acclaim and a sell-out season at the OLD VIC THEATRE, ‘GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY’ now transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season. Award-winning playwright Conor McPherson beautifully weaves the iconic songbook of Bob Dylan into this powerful new show full of hope, heartbreak and soul. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to experience a “magnificent” (Standard), “astonishing” (Guardian) and “piercingly beautiful” (Independent) production brought vividly to life by an extraordinary company of actors and musicians.

Booking from: Friday, 29th December 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 24th March 2018
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Labour of Love

Labour of Love

Michael Grandage Company and Headlong present the world première of James Graham's new play LABOUR OF LOVE, starring Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig. This razor-sharp political comedy reunites James Graham and director Jeremy Herrin following their previous collaboration on This House, and plays at the Noël Coward Theatre from the 15th September for 11 weeks only.

Booking from: Saturday, 18th November 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 2nd December 2017
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Noel Coward Theatre Seating Plan

Noel Coward Theatre

Noel Coward Theatre on the Map

How to get there: (2mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head right until you reach the theatre.

Address:
85-88 St Martin's Lane
London
WC2N 4AU

Buses: 24, 29, 176

Nearest Underground: Leicester Square
Nearest Train: Charing Cross

Noel Coward Theatre, orginally known as the New Theatre, was built by Sir Charles Wyndham and opened in 1903.

The theatre underwent major refurbishment in 2006, and was renamed the Noël Coward Theatre when it re-opened for the London premiere of Avenue Q on 1 June 2006.

Coward, one of Britain's greatest playwrights and actors, made his West End debut in his own play, I'll Leave It To You, at the then New Theatre in 1920.

The theatre seats 872 patrons on 4 levels. The building is now a Grade II Listed structure.