- Telephone 0844 482 5120
- Box office times Mon–Sat: 10am–7.45pm.
- Website www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/Theatres/…
Wyndham's was opened in 1899 by the actor-manager Charles Wyndham, who with engaging egotism named it after himself. William Sprague designed the grade II listed building in a classical style using Portland Stone. Many renowned thesps (and also Madonna) have trodden its boards; the young Charles Laughton made a name for himself here, Diana Rigg banished the shade of Emma Peel with her terrifying Medea, and it saw the record-breaking London run of Art.
The theatre seats 759 over four floors and has three licensed bars. Leicester Square Tube (Northern / Piccadilly) is directly adjacent, and Charing Cross surface rail is nearby. The theatre is served by bus routes 24, 29 and 176.
- Open since: 1899
There are 2 events at this location
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Don Juan In Soho
- Directed by: Patrick Marber
- Written by: Patrick Marber
Patrick Marber directs David Tennant as the cruel and manipulative seducer, who lives only for pleasure on the streets of contemporary London, in his bawdy and savage comedy loosely based on Moliere's tragicomedy Don Juan.
The Kite Runner
- Directed by: Giles Croft
- Written by: Matthew Spangler (adaptation)
Matthew Spangler's adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's novel about friendships that can span continents.