Noel Coward Theatre
Opening in 1903 as the New Theatre, Sir Charles Wyndham's lavish Edwardian pile was renamed the Albery Theatre in 1973, but in 2006 it was renamed after Noel Coward, whose debut West End play I'll Leave It To You opened here in 1920. A Grade II listed building, its more recent hits include Blackbird, Avenue Q, Calendar Girls and also Calendar Girls' distaff counterpart, The Full Monty.
The nearest Tube station is Leicester Square (Northern/Piccadilly) and the 24, 29 and 176 buses stop nearby. The nearest surface rail is Charing Cross.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1903
Events at this venue
There are 2 events at this location
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Half A Sixpence
- Directed by: Rachel Kavanaugh
- Written by: Julian Fellowes, George Stiles (music & lyrics), David Heneker (music), Anthony Drewe (music & lyrics)
Rachel Kavanaugh directs a musical adaptation of HG Wells's autobiographical novel, Kipps.
Fri 25 Aug
£15.50–£156.25 / 0844 482 5141
Labour of Love
- Directed by: Jeremy Herrin
- Written by: James Graham
Jeremy Herrin directs the world premiere staging of James Graham's razor-sharp political satire.