Laughs all round at the Vaudeville Theatre
The history of light-hearted comedy performances at the Vaudeville Theatre will have you giggling as soon as you enter the doors. One thing we're sure about? Be prepared to leave with sore cheeks from all the hilarious performances!
With past shows like The Importance of Being Earnest The Prisoner of Second Avenue, the laughing heart of the Vaudeville is never far from centre stage.
Beautiful Romanesque interiors
The theatre's style blends the eclectic with the traditional. Whites and golds dominate the walls, only broken by the striking red of curtains drawn open.
Get there early and you’ll catch the theatre at its most beautiful. With the seats empty and uncovered, the red upholstery dominates, running through the entire theatre like a scarlet river.
You'll probably want to get there early anyway. The doors open 45 minutes before the start of each performance and with two bars to choose from, there's plenty of time for a cocktail before watching the magic unfold on stage.
Getting to the Vaudeville
Within a ten-minute walk from Charing Cross, Covent Garden, and Leicester Square tube stations, it's easy walking among the bright lights to the Vaudeville Theatre.
Take a quick trip around the block and admire some of the other West End theatres. Or arrive early and grab some dinner at one of the great restaurants nearby.
Fancy some sushi? Head to Sticks ‘n’ Sushi just around the corner. Or stop off at Milk Train where you can create your own ice cream or milkshake. You'll be feeling like a modern Willy Wonka!
Good views all round
The shape of the theatre provides an intimate setting, with seats directly facing the stage. So whether you're sat in the Stalls, Dress Circle or Upper Circle, you won't miss a moment of the magnificent performance.
You'll already be fantasising about a trip back to the Vaudeville when the performance finishes. As soon as those next tickets are booked and the countdown begins, every day that goes by is an exciting step closer to your return.