Old Vic Theatre

Not actually in the West End of London, the Old Vic Theatre is just by Waterloo Station on the south side of the river Thames. Run by a team under Artistic Director Matthew Warchus (Kevin Spacey did the job until 2015) it is one of the few major London theatres which produces its own plays. Recently it famously produced King Lear starring Glenda Jackson.

Historically the theatre was the original home for the National Theatre until it built its own theatre on the Southbank. more information

Address: The Old Vic Theatre, The Cut, Waterloo, London

Future, current and past productions at the Wyndham’s Theatre

Rosencrantz and Guildernstern Are Dead, King Lear, Groundhog Day, The Master Builder, The Lorax, The Hairy Ape, Future Conditional, High Society, Electra, The Crucible, Other Desert cities, Fortune’s Fool, Much Ado About Nothing, Sweet Bird of Youth, The Winslow Boy, Kiss me Kate, Hedda Gabler, Duchess of Malfi

Groundhog Day
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Democracy in London Michael Frayn’s gripping, spy thriller comes to The Old