Step into the heart of London's fabulous West End
Just a five-minute stroll from Charing Cross tube station through the busy London streets is where you'll reach the Garrick Theatre.
Opening in 1889, legends such as Judi Dench in Mr. and Mrs. Nobody and classic musicals such as Chicago have graced the Garrick Theatre stage. You'll see from its polished exterior the grandness of the theatre space as you gather outside with other visitors eager to pick up a show program and let the evening begin.
We recommend getting the most out of your London West End experience by leaving the car at home. Get to the theatre a little early to soak up as much cultural atmosphere as you can. We suggest buying a round of drinks at the bar on the foyer level as you chat about what you're most looking forward to.
Named after the actor, David Garrick, the theatre only has a 718 capacity. As you look around the auditorium before taking your seat, you'll see how intimate the theatre is, and you'll feel as if you're personally connecting with the performers on stage.
With a variety of shows to enjoy from musicals to children's shows, comedy, and more, you'll be sure to find something to suit you.
Now it's time to settle in, get comfortable and let the inspiring performance transport you to a world away from reality.
Enjoy your night out in London
We're sure a lovely meal and a glass of wine will be in order as you leave the Garrick Theatre. Take a wander around the corner and reserve a table at Steak & Co, two minutes from Leicester Square tube station. Indulge in their famous fillet steak with a side of beer-battered onion rings as you wash it all down with a delicious craft beer.
Not ready to go home just yet? We recommend stopping at the quirky Mr. Fogg's Tavern to sample one of their signature gin cocktails. But perhaps you're still not ready to call it a night? If you fancy staying over in the capital, there are lots of hotels to choose from such as Fitzrovia Hotel to The Savoy, and Premier Inn.
Whether you're up in the Grand Circle or the Stalls, the electrifying atmosphere of the Garrick Theatre will make you want to come back to soak up more culture.