- Telephone 020 7907 7092
- Website www.artstheatrewestend.com
The Arts Theatre, is the smallest, and in many ways the least commercial, in London's West End. It was founded in 1927 as a members only club, allowing circumvention of stage licensing laws.
The now well known director, Peter Hall, directed the English language premiere of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot in 1955 here and then went on to run the venue from 1956 to 1959.
Under the new ownership of JJ Goodman since 2011, it has Artistic Director Mig Kimpton in charge.
There are 5 events at this location
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- Directed by: Nikolai Foster
- Written by: Jonathan Harvey
Classmates Jamie and Ste share a love for comedy and the music of Mama Cass, introduced to them by their neighbour Leah. They're both full of optimism and love. Urban drama written by Jonathan Harvey.
The Golden Voice
- Directed by: Tom Turner (musical director)
- Written by: book)
Fame-seeking singer Mike Chariot betrays his friends to win a talent contest, but soon realises he has just become the record company's puppet. Disappearing from public life, after twenty years, he returns, hoping to impart his found wisdom to others. His former bandmate is seeking revenge. Musical written by Nick Fogarty…
Wed 12 Jun
Thu 13 Jun
Fri 14 Jun
Sean Hughes: Life Becomes Noises
Quick-fire intelligent wit and banter from the London-born stand-up as he muses on the death of his father.