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The Garrick opened in 1889 with financial help from none other than WS Gilbert, which makes it appropriate that for much of its long life it's been associated with comedy. It was given Grade II list status in 1960 and was thoroughly renovated between 1986 and 1997. In 2005 it was acquired by Nimax Theatres.
The nearest Tube stations are Leicester Square (Northern/Piccadilly), Charing Cross (Northern/Bakerloo) and Embankment (District/Circle). The nearest bus stops are served by routes 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 24, 29 and 30.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1889
There are 5 events at this location
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- Directed by: Rob Ashford
- Written by: John Osborne
Rob Ashford directs John Osborne's coruscating drama about the trials and tribulations of failing music-hall performer Archie Rice and his family, set against the backdrop of post-war Britain. Kenneth Branagh takes the title role of the emotionally tormented showman.
Sat 22 Oct
- Written by: David Walliams
The world premiere performance of David Walliams' Gangsta Granny book, about a Friday night with Granny that ends up being more exciting than expected. Presented by the Birmingham Stage Company (Horrible Histories).
Sat 29 Jul 2017
- Directed by: Sean Foley
- Written by: Moliere
Sean Foley directs Griff Rhys Jones in the title role of Moliere's biting satire about a wealthy and tyrannical father, who attempts to set up a love match with a much younger woman. Unfortunately, she is already devoted to his son. Adapted by Foley and Phil Porter.
- Directed by: Richard Hurst
- Written by: Richard Hurst
CBBC presenters Dan and Jeff condense seven classic pantomimes into 80 madcap minutes.
Sun 11 Dec
- Directed by: Jeremy Herrin
- Written by: James Graham
Jeremy Herrin directs a revival of James Graham's acutely observed political drama set in the halls of Westminster in 1974, when the UK faces economic crisis and a hung parliament. A National Theatre production in association with Chichester Festival Theatre and Headlong.