Soho Theatre

Soho Theatre

21 Dean St Soho, W1D 3NE

Getting here

Closest Tube Station

Tottenham Court Road

Closest Train Station

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<p>The closest tube station is Tottenham Court Road which serves both the Northern line and the Central line and is just a few minutes walk away from Soho Theatre. Leicester Square is the second nearest underground station and serves both the Northern line and the Picadilly line.&nbsp;</p>


Le Gateau Chocolat & Jonny Woo: A Night at the Musicals

A Night at the Musicals is a tortured love letter to the glorious genre of musical theatre.


Jessie Cave: Sunrise

5.01 reviews

Jessie Cave returns to Soho Theatre with her acute blend of confessional comedy and DIY Performance Art.


Pieter-Dirk Uys: When in Doubt Say Darling

5.05 reviews

Pieter-Dirk Uys: When in Doubt Say Darling


The One

4.36 reviews

Tuppence Middleton stars in the return of Vicky Jones' award-winning debut play.


Underground Railroad Game

4.04 reviews

Race. Sex. Power politics. The New York sensation lands in London


Natalie Palamides: NATE

4.54 reviews

Natalie Palamides brings NATE to the Soho Theatre


Chasing Bono

4.725 reviews

The epic true story of Paul Hewson overshadowed by his more successful mate U2's Bono is on in the West End this holiday season!


The View UpStairs

4.622 reviews

The European premiere of Max Vernon's hit Off-Broadway play, The View Upstairs, is set to take Soho by storm this summer!


Blueberry Toast

3.02 reviews

Every family has a dark underbelly. Especially the perfect ones.



4.76 reviews

Citysong comes to London for extremely limited run at Soho Theatre


Lost Voice Guy

5.02 reviews

He may not be able to talk but he definitely has something to say and his comedy will leave you speechless.


Sam Simmons: Away in a Stranger

1.01 reviews

This ain't your typical Christmas story! Hilarious comedian Sam Simmons brings his eccentric show Away in a Stranger to the West End!



Olivier Award-winning playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcom's new play