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
Events at this venue
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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
Al Porter: At Large
The most recent, cheeky and honest material from the Dublin-native in this feel-good hour of his trademark council-estate camp.
Alfie Brown: Scissor
Brown explores alcohol, the Middle East and sexual repression in his show Scissor.
All The Things I Lied About
A comic exploration of how Katie Bonna became estranged from her father and what she is going to do about it.
Andrew Hunter Murray: Round One
The improviser, QI elf and star of Austentatious presents character comedy and high-stakes idiocy. Directed by Dec Munro.
Andy Parsons: Live & Unleashed – But Naturally Cautious
You'll know him best from Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, Parsons is satirical and politically witty.
Mon 27 Mar
Mon 24 Apr
Mon 22 May
Ayesha Hazarika: The State Of The Nation
Stand up from the former Labour Party political adviser.
Ayesha Hazarika: The State of the Nation
Ayesha Hazarika, MBE, started her career as a stand-up comedian playing clubs across the country. She then took what she thought was a natural diversion into the Labour Party as a Special Adviser working for Gordon Brown, Harriet Harman and Ed Miliband. Since leaving front line politics she’s become a much sought after…
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.
Comedy Club 4 Kids At Soho Theatre
It's just like a normal comedy club, but it's on in the day so kids are allowed in.
The Comedy Project
Sitcom pilots, radio plays and stand-up shows to filmed sketches and short films.
A satirical drag eulogy for a world past its use-by-date that joyfully critiques alpha-masculinity and the built environment.
Daniel Cook: He’s Simple, He’s Dumb, He’s Daniel Cook
The award-winning comedian shares his story of how he went from being a self confessed idiot to a Nobel Prize-winner.
Mon 10 Apr
£12 / 020 7478 0100
Tue 11 Apr
£12 / 020 7478 0100
Daniel Sloss: Now
The Scottish comedian, and recent recipient of the 2016 Sydney Comedy Festival 'Best of the Fest' International Award, presents his latest show.
Desiree Burch: This is Evolution
American comedian Desiree Burch investigates identity through sex, drugs and adolescence.
Ellie Taylor: Infidelliety
Bubbly banter and energetic, upbeat wit from the former contestant on ITV's Show Me The Funny.
Executioner Number One
So You Think You're Funny finalist and the award-winning creator of Being Human and writer of Doctor Who Toby Whitehouse's dark comedy about one man's ambition to become the most senior hangman after the death penalty is re-introduced.
Wed 29 Mar
Thu 30 Mar
Fri 31 Mar
Adura Onashile's comedy drama about a nightclub toilet attendant who dreams of becoming a dancer in the revolutionary band of the late Nigerian musician Fela Kuti.
Fancy Chance: Flights Of Fancy
A mix of burlesque, drag, circus and live art from Fancy Chance.
Tue 25 Apr
Wed 26 Apr
Thu 27 Apr
Jack Rooke: Good Grief
Jack Rooke, armed with a coffin full of sympathy snacks and some video input from his beloved Nan, hashes out the awkwardness of discussing death, using his wit and humour to address an often-difficult subject.
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.
Fri 31 Mar
Sat 1 Apr
Fri 7 Apr
Jerry Sadowitz Presents: Magic Challenge
Magic panel show where guests challenge each other to perform magical feats.
John Hastings: Integrity
John's visa is expiring, his friends are fighting, and there's been a murder (YES, an actual murder). This deft show about one disastrous day is a compelling piece of comedy storytelling. As seen on BBC3's Seann Walsh's Late Night Comedy Spectacular. Age guideline 18+
Lady Bunny in Trans-Jester
Lady Bunny presents parodies of Adele, Rent and Bruno Mars, alongside some honest social commentary. Ages 16+.
Lou Sanders: What's That Lady Doing?
Comedy from Lou Sanders.
Wed 12 Apr
Thu 13 Apr
Fri 14 Apr
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.
Mae Martin: Us
The two-time Canadian Comedy Award nominee presents her renowned anarchic new material night, featuring Emma Sidi, Adam Hess, Sara Pascoe and Romesh Ranganathan.
Myths Unleashed: Atalanta
A total reshuffle on Greek Mythology in this performance piece by Ben Haggarty.
NT Connections 2017
London youth theatres, schools and colleges perform 10 new specially-commissioned plays as part of the annual festival.
Panti: High Heels in Low Places
A riotous stand-up from Ireland's outspoken national treasure, accidental activist and figurehead of the country's recently successful Yes Equality campaign.
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 Mar
£12.50 / 020 7478 0100
£12.50 / 020 7478 0100
The stars of BBC Three's Badults and two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominees perform sketches, with special guests Lolly Adefope and Jayde Adams.
Pierre Novellie Is Cool Peter
The South African comic examines what is cool and what it means to be cool in this character comedy show.
Scott Gibson: Life After Death
Debut solo show from Gibson who has supported folks like Frankie Boyle, Des Clarke and Gary Little. He's been gigging since 2010 and this show tells all about how it all began.
Seymour Mace: Shit Title
Irreverent stand-up from the comedian, mixing whimsy and surrealism and struggles to live up to the promise of last year's award-nominated 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
Stuart Goldsmith: Compared to What?
Stand-up from the affable comedian.
Tue 30 May
Wed 31 May
Mon 8 May
Tim Heidecker & Neil Hamburger
Tim Heidecker of Tim & Eric and regular collaborator, Neil Hamburger.
Tj & Dave
An hour of improvised comedy from TJ Jagodowski and David Pasquesi.
Ursula Martinez: Free Admission
The Olivier-Award winning performance provocateur explores the absurdities of modern life and the difficulties of being a woman.
Wendy Wason: Tiny Me
The Scottish actress and comedian uses her acerbic wit and flights of darkness to find out exactly who she is today.
Zoe Lyons: Little Misfit
Razor-sharp wit and incisive, offbeat gags from the award-winning stand-up.