Ambassadors Theatre - London
Located on the bustling Charing Cross Road in the City of Westminster, the Ambassadors Theatre - London is a must-visit if you’re a fan of English Theatre...
It has regularly been home to some of the most famous plays, musicals, and dramas in history. And even today continues to awe audiences with excellent shows.
It is small and intimate, with a seating capacity of only 444. So seats here are very limited for even their most popular shows. If you’re hoping to secure one, you can’t wait until the last minute to book. So scroll down right now and choose your favourite show. Then, click that Book Now button immediately.
Excellence and Variety - All in One!
The Ambassadors Theatre does not limit itself by genre. Since its opening, it has supported various playwrights, directors, and actors, regardless of the type of play.
Its most notable numbers include The Mask of Virtue, performed in 1935. This play starred Vivien Leigh, the legendary English film and theatre actress. This performance was Leigh’s debut at the West End Theatres and was universally praised.
Other important performances to have taken place at the Ambassadors include Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, Spoonface Steinberg by Lee Hall, The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler, and Some Explicit Polaroids by Mark Ravenhill. All of these have contributed to the theatre’s growing popularity.
Keeping in touch with the time, the Ambassadors has also produced contemporary shows like Sweeney Todd, Little Shop of Horrors, and Whipping it Up. If you visit the theatre right now, you might catch other such fun shows. Book your tickets to one of them right now by checking the list below!
Get a Flavour of London’s Poshness
Visiting the Ambassadors Theatre has more advantages beyond the fun and excitement of watching a theatre performance. The Charing Cross neighbourhood is replete with high-end restaurants and shops.
One of the most famous restaurants located near the Ambassadors is the Ivy. This posh restaurant has attracted London’s elite theatre lovers for decades now. Famous actors, celebrities, and politicians often visit this place for a meal, and you too can do so.
If you love shopping, you can explore the nearby Covent Garden area. This place is a heaven for shopaholics and contains many luxe and small shops.
With so many fun things to do, the Ambassadors Theatre - London, should be on your itinerary if you’re planning to visit London soon. And even if you’re a local, heading there will surely be a treat. So book your seats at the theatre right now and enjoy an evening of pure theatre excellence!