Now showing at the Garrick Theatre
Legendary filmmaker and comedian Mel Brooks brings his classic monster musical comedy Young Frankenstein to life on stage in an all-singing, all-dancing musical collaboration with Tony-award winning Broadway director and choreographer Susan Stroman.Booking from: Thursday, 28th September 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 10th February 2018
Horrible Histories - The Best of Barmy
We all want to meet people from history. The trouble is everyone is dead! So it’s time to prepare yourselves for a special production of Horrible Histories featuring MORE of your favourite characters from our barmy past – and a brand new scene with wordy Will!Booking from: Friday, 4th August 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 2nd September 2017
Running time: 1
Cheap The Miser TicketsWas: £35.00 Now: £35.00
Valid Monday to Thursday Evening performances between 27 March to 29 April 2017..
The MiserTickets from: £20.00
Actor, writer, presenter, comedian and two-time Olivier award-winner Griff Rhys Jones returns to the West End in a hilarious new adaption by Sean Foley and Phil Porter of Moliere’s classic comedy, The Miser. Griff has most recently been seen on stage as Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver, and previously in Feydeau’s An Absolute Turkey.Booking from: Wednesday, 29th March 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 3rd June 2017
Running time: 2
Cheap Gangsta Granny TicketsWas: £19.50 Now: £19.50
Valid on all performances. Book by 16 April 2017..
Neal Foster’s adaptation David Walliams’ popular children’s book Gangsta Granny transfers to London’s West End for a limited summer season in 2017. Following a hugely successful tour of the UK, the stage version of the terrific tale was recently nominated for a UK Theatre Award for Best Show for Children and Young People.Booking from: Wednesday, 26th July 2017
Booking until: Sunday, 3rd September 2017
Garrick Theatre Seating Plan
Garrick Theatre on the Map
How to get there: (2mins) Follow Charing Cross Road parallel to Leicester Square until you reach the theatre on your left.
2 Charing Cross Road
This theatre was designed by Walter Emden, with CJ Phipps brought in as a consultant to help with the planning on this difficult site, which included an underground river. Originally the theatre had 800 seats on 4 levels, but the gallery (top) level has since been closed and the seating capacity reduced to 656. The gold leaf auditorium was restored in 1986 by the stage designer Carl Toms and in 1997 the front facade had a facelift.
The theatre has mostly been associated with comedies and comedy-dramas. Recent productions include a transfer in January 1982 from the Strand Theatre of the farce Ne Sex Please We're British which then subsquently transferred to the Duchess Theatre in August 1986. On 24 October 1995 the Royal National Theatre's multi-award winning production of JB Priestly's An Inspector Calls opened here having played successful seasons at the RNT's Lyttelton and Olivier theatres aswell as the Aldwych theatre and a season on Broadway.