- Telephone 020 7478 0100
- Website www.sohotheatre.com
Slap bang in the middle of one of London's most creative districts, this new writing theatre takes in comedy, cabaret, theatre and various writer events. There are three separate spaces: the 150-seat Soho Theatre, the 90-seat Soho Upstairs and the cabaret space Soho Downstairs.
Nearby tube stations are Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus. Buses which pass within walking distance include the 7, 8, 10, 25, 55, 73, 98 and 176 on Oxford Street, the 14, 19 and 38 on Shaftesbury Avenues. the 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 53 and 88 on Regent's Street and the 14, 29 and 176 on Charing Cross Road.
For cyclists there are Boris Bikes docking stations on Wardour Street, Soho Square, Broadwick Street and Great Marlborough Street. Drivers can use Q-Park's Theatreland parking scheme which offers 50% off parking when visiting the theatre.
- Provides: Free wi-fi
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Abandoman: Life & Rhymes
Fast-paced musical comedy sketches and hip hop improvisations from Rob Broderick.
Adam Kay – Fingering A Minor on the Piano
The frontman of Amateur Transplants sings comedy songs from his life as a doctor.
Mon 3 Apr
Tue 4 Apr
Wed 5 Apr
Alfie Brown: Scissor
Brown explores alcohol, the Middle East and sexual repression in his show Scissor.
Angelos and Barry
Entirely improvised silliness from two of the world's deepest thinkers.
Ayesha Hazarika: The State Of The Nation
Stand up from the former Labour Party political adviser.
Bilal Zafar: Cakes
The comedian presents his highly anticipated debut show where he talks about how he was mistaken for a 'Muslim Only cake shop' and became a prime target for the far right.
Brennan Reece: Everglow
The English Comedian Of The Year and up-and-coming stand-up presents his debut show, packed with gags and delivered with energy.
Chris Gethard: Career Suicide
American comic whose act focuses on the brighter things in life: suicide, depression, alcoholism etc.
Colin Hoult / Anna Mann: A Sketch Show For Depressives
Star of BBC's Murder in Successville and Being Human, Colin Hoult returns as the delightful character Ms Anna Mann in a show to put down your black dog at last or at least chuck him a bone. As seen in Derek, Life's Too Short and creator of BBC Radio 4's Carnival of Monsters.
Mon 13 Mar
Tue 14 Mar
Wed 15 Mar
Comedy Club 4 Kids
Top comedians play to the toughest crowd: kids. And they have to keep it clean.
Sat 21 Jan
Sat 4 Feb
Desiree Burch: This is Evolution
American comedian Desiree Burch investigates identity through sex, drugs and adolescence.
Fairytales For Grownups: Love In The Shadows
Peppered with tableau images from the tiniest Pollockesque shadow theatre, Sally Pomme Clayton tells Gothic grown-up fairy tales. Stories of lust, loss, madness and mistakes
Fancy Chance: Flights Of Fancy
A mix of burlesque, drag, circus and live art from Fancy Chance.
Hilarity Bites Presents… Stuart Goldsmith: Compared To What
Coming to Hilarity Bites at Seen in Darlington on March 15th 2017: Stuart Goldsmith: Compared To What Fresh from appearances on 'Russell Howard's Stand Up Central' (Comedy Central), 'As Yet Untitled' (Dave), and a month of packed houses at the Edinburgh Fringe, Stuart Goldsmith presents a new hour of funny, not…
Tue 30 May
Wed 31 May
Thu 1 Jun
How (Not) To Live In Suburbia
Theatremaker and committed Londoner Annie Siddons presents an autobiographical show exploring how wrongfooted she felt when life events forced her to live in a community where she did not feel at home. Created in collaboration with live artist Richard DeDomenici.
Jamali Maddix: Chickens Come Home to Roost
Comedy from self-proclaimed 'comicbook reader, ordained minister and med cannabis believer'.
Jerry Sadowitz: Card Tricks With Inappropriate Patter
Angry but brillaint mix of magic and stand-up, from the hurricane force that is Sadowitz. Adults only, and hard-to-offend ones at that.
Thu 9 Feb
Fri 10 Feb
Sat 11 Feb
Jerry Sadowitz Presents: Magic Challenge
Magic panel show where guests challenge each other to perform magical feats.
Katy Brand: I Was a Teenage Christian
The comedian tells the true story of when she was the member of a teenage church group.
Mon 23 Jan
Tue 24 Jan
Wed 25 Jan
Kieran Hodgson: Maestro
Thirteen years after he heard the music of Gustav Mahler and vowed to write a symphony, two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Hogdson takes to the stage with his trusty violin for a deeply personal and touching show in which he embraces his status as the kind of loser, who writes classical music instead of playing…
Lady Bunny in Trans-Jester
Lady Bunny presents parodies of Adele, Rent and Bruno Mars, alongside some honest social commentary. Ages 16+.
Larry Dean: Farcissist
Off the back of a break up the Glaswegian Amused Moose Comedy Award winner tries to examine who he is and whether changes in his life are a good or a bad thing.
Letters to Windsor House
Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit return with their new play on, or about, or circling, the housing crisis.
Lucy McCormick: Triple Threat
The performer presents a trash-step dub-punk morality play for the modern world in which she is cast in all the main roles. With direction by cabaret and performance art superstar Ursula Martinez.
Lucy Porter: Consequences
An new show of heart-felt personal revelations and incisive cultural observations from Lucy Porter.
Max & Ivan: Our Story
Sketch comedy from the Edinburgh Comedy Award nominees, directed by Tom Parry.
Mr Swallow: Houdini
Following his critically acclaimed portrayal of Dracula, Nick Mohammed's alter ego Mr Swallow is back with a magical, musical biopic of Houdini that he's definitely rehearsed this time. Definitely! Star of Ridley Scott's The Martian, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie and upcoming feature Bridget Jones's Baby.
Sat 21 Jan
Nath Valvo: Happy Idiot
With sell-out shows across Australia and at Soho Theatre this Aussie rising star makes his Fringe debut. From his dysfunctional family to '90s suburbia, his fear of sport to accidental orgies, Nath's brutally honest and razor sharp comedy is winning over audiences and critics alike.
Norris & Parker: See You at the Gallows
The Mancunian twosome performs its eccentric sketch and character comedy. Age 16+.
Only Bones is an award-winning new production by New Zealanders Thomas Monckton and Gemma Tweedie and Finland-based physical theatre company Kallo Collective. Only Bones uses body manipulation and bendy physicality to create an original piece of physical theatre. Its quirky low-tech aesthetic involves one performer, one…
Pappy's Presents… The Secret Dudes Society
The stars of BBC Three's Badults and two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominees perform sketches, with special guests Kevin Eldon and Matt Forde.
Mon 27 Feb
This Theatre presents a three-man parody of the popular American police drama genre, using cinematic imagery and physical story-telling.
Rachel Parris: Best Laid Plans
The award-winning musical comedian as seen on Austentatious, The IT Crowd and Murder In Successville presents a collection of songs, stories and stand-up about not having it all.
Rhys James: Forgives
Stand-up comedian from London.
Richard Gadd: Monkey See Monkey Do
Edinburgh Comedy Award winning show from the Fife-born performer. Ages 16+.
Fri 20 Jan
Sat 21 Jan
Tue 24 Jan
Rose Matafeo is Finally Dead
Berk's Nest and the Pleasance Barry Award Best Newcomer nominee 2016 and Billy T Award winner 2013, Rose Matafeo puts the fun back into funeral with her debut show. Unhappy with the fact she won't be around for the best celebration of her life, Rose is giving herself the send-off she deserves while she's still on…
Shappi Khorsandi: Oh My Country! From Morris Dancing to Morrissey
As a way of celebrating the 40th anniversary of her arrival in Britain, Shappi's offering up a love letter to her country.
Tue 24 Jan
Wed 25 Jan
Thu 26 Jan
Insightful social and cultural observations mixed with personal anecdotes from the award-winning Birmingham-born stand-up.
Simon Munnery: Standing Still
Multi award-winning comedian Simon Munnery offers up a new stand-up show.
Sophie Willan: On Record
Debut stand-up show from Sophie Willan who grew up in and out of care. Ages 16+.
Spencer Jones: The Herbert in Eggy Bagel
A mélange of visual, prop, clown and homemade musical comedy from Spencer Jones.
Mon 1 May
Tue 2 May
Wed 3 May
Stephen K Amos: World Famous
Amos, now a well-known face on that there telly, present his latest show of well-spoken funnies.
Stuart Goldsmith: The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast
A peek into the inner life of comics examining the writing process and performing live with guests Elis James and John Robins.
Suzi Ruffell: Common
Offbeat and innovative storytelling from the award-winning stand-up.
Tez presents the follow-up to his debut hour Tez Talks.
Tony Law: Frillemorphesis
Utterly mad Canadian stand-up Tony Law brings you pure, unadulterated nonsense.
Two Man Show
A playful new show from RashDash about gender and masculinity.