- Box office 0844 871 7627
- General enquiries 0844 871 7627
- Website www.theambassadors.com/trafalgarstudios
Trafalgar Studios used to be Whitehall Theatre, until owners Ambassador Theatre Group reinvented it. The two studios now present short runs of classic drama and quirky musicals from companies such as the RSC and Donmar Warehouse, enabling West End theatregoers to see shows that other theatres normally wouldn't risk taking on for open-ended runs. The handsome 1930 Art Deco building on Whitehall, just off Trafalgar Square, has been praised as one of the best-preserved of its kind. The Studio Bar offers cocktails.
The nearest Tube stations are Charing Cross (Northern, Bakerloo) and Embankment (City, District, Northern, Bakerloo). The theatre is served by bus routes 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 77a, 88, 91, 139, 159 and 453.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 2004
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Every night on the news there’s literally always some sort of massively catastrophic end-of-the-world shit going down: genocide, earthquake, terrorism, school shooting – it’s endless, you know? And I always wonder ‘how would I cope, if that happened to me?’ Transferring after a sell-out run at Theatre503, Stuart Slade's…
Thu 26 Jan
Stuart Slade's play follows six Londoners in the aftermath of a fictitious terrorist attack.
- Directed by: Scott Elliott
- Written by: Sam Shepard
A West End transfer for The New Group's Broadway production of Sam Shepard's dark and macabre Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a married couple in 1979 rural America, who are struggling to hold together their dysfunctional family. Oscar winner Ed Harris and his wife Amy Madigan play the beleaguered parents, Jeremy…
Thu 26 Jan
Speech and Debate
- Directed by: Tom Attenborough
- Written by: Stephen Karam
Tom Attenborough directs the UK premiere staging of Stephen Karam's brutally funny survey of homophobia, teenage alienation and the limits of online privacy, as seen through the eyes of three high school misfits - Diwata, Howie and Solomon - who are brought together by a sex scandal involving one of their teachers.