Ambassadors Theatre

The Ambassadors Theatre was designed by W G R Sprague who designed many West End Theatres including the St Martin’s situated next door and the Aldwych Theatre in Covent Garden. It was built by Kingerlee and Sons of Oxford and is one of the West End’s smallest theatres, seating only 444. The theatre opened on 5th June 1913. Currently owned by Sir Stephen Whaley Cohen, it is about to be sold to Delfont Mackintosh Theatre More information

Ambassadors Theatre

Ambassadors Theatre Access and Facilities

Ambassadors Theatre, West Street, London, WC2H 9ND


  • Tube: Leicester Square


  • Theatre air-conditioning
  • Hearing Loop facilities for the hard of hearing
  • Theatre¬† Bars – 2: Stalls and Dress Circle
  • Cobcessions – Ice Cream, confectionery and programmes
  • theatre Toilets – Stalls: Ladies and Gents. Dress Circle: Ladies and Gents.

Future, current and past productions at the Ambassadors Theatre

Stomp, Little Shop of Horrors, Waiting for Godot, On the Third Day, Hamlet, Journey’s End, Telstar, Someone who’ll watch over me, Sweeney Todd, The Shape of Things,¬† Stones in his Pockets