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Arts Theatre, London

Brought to you by London Theatre Guide, these pages offer information about the Arts Theatre. Use the navigation menu at the top of this page to access:

  • seating plan
  • location: map and directions
  • theatre history
  • upcoming, current and past shows!

Upcoming shows at the Arts Theatre:

Judy!

Judy! Ray Rackham’s extraordinary biographical musical about the life of iconic movie star and chanteuse Judy Garland comes to the Arts Theatre for a limited season. This highly anticipated production sees Judy back in town following a critically acclaimed Southwark Playhouse 2015 debut (original title, Through The Mill).

Judy! tickets

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Current shows at the Arts Theatre:

The Wipers Times

The Wipers Times Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s The Wipers Times tells the true and extraordinary story of the satirical newspaper created in the mud and mayhem of the Somme. Following a sell-out national tour, The Wipers Times transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season.

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A red brick masterpiece with pretty arched windows above the entryway, the Arts theatre and bar is a firm favourite with theatre lovers. Seating just 350 people in great two-tier comfort and style, it’s an independent commercial venue known and loved for providing unique, innovative entertainment. The Unicorn children's theatre took the stage there between 1967 and 1999, putting on shows directed by the founder Caryl Jenner during the day. At night the venue’s rebellious reputation continued with plays like Tom Stoppard's satirical Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land. In 2000 the lease was taken over by a group of British and American producers, then it re-launched as a theatreland venue with Another Country. It has been home to The Vagina Monologues and has hosted Closer to Heaven, the musical by Jonathan Harvey and the Pet Shop Boys. 2011 saw the venue taken over again, by JJ Goodman. These days it’s the West End's smallest commercial receiving house. Fancy taking in a show? Come to us for a great choice of Arts theatre tickets.