One of the newest theatres in London’s performance scene, the Marylebone Theatre opened on Park Road in London in 2022. Once known as the Steiner Hall, the Marylebone Theatre is famous for supporting local artists and putting on performances showcasing pressing societal issues of our times. Alongside in-house productions, the theatre also has a great programme of music, dance and poetry performances, as well as performances from visiting companies. They are also well-known for their youth theatre and creative educational programmes.

204 Seats

Wheelchair Accessible

Air Conditioning

Souvenir Shop

Cafe

Washrooms

Ramp

Adapted Toilets

Guide Dogs

Upcoming Shows

Brainiac Live!

Brainiac Live!

4.6(1)
Opening on Jul 31, 2024
£29.10

About Marylebone Theatre

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  • The theatre is fairly intimate and has a seating capacity of 200.

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  • Train: The closest station is the Marylebone train station, which is a five-minute walk from the theatre. You can also reach the theatre via the Euston and Paddington train stations, which are a 25-minute walk from Marylebone Theatre.
  • Bus: The following bus routes stop right outside the Marylebone Theatre - 13, 113, 139, 189, 274, and N113.
  • Cycle: There are four cycle stands in front of the theatre. The Santander Bicycle docking station is a 2-minute walk from the theatre. 
  • Tube: The nearest stations are Marylebone Station, accessible via the Bakerloo line, and Baker Street Station, served by the Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. Both stations are a mere 5-minute walk from the theatre. 
  • Parking: The closest car park is the NCP London Car Park at Marylebone Road, which is a 5-minute walk away. The other car park in the vicinity is the Q Park at Church Street which is a 10-minute walk from the theatre. Marylebone Theatre also has parking outside the theatre which is free post 6.30 PM as the theatre does not lie in a congestion zone. 
  • Recommended Mode of Transport: The bus is the easiest mode of public transportation to reach the venue as it drops you right outside the venue. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Marylebone Theatre

Where is Marylebone Theatre located?

Marylebone Theatre is located on the ground floor of the Rudolf Steiner House building in Park Road, London.

How can I reach Marylebone Theatre?

Marylebone Theatre is easily accessible by train, bus, or private vehicle. The bus is the most recommended mode of transport.

What are the different types of shows and productions that are staged at the Marylebone Theatre?

Marylebone Theatre has a number of innovative in-house productions each year but it is also known for having a great selection of music, dance and poetry performances, as well as performances from visiting companies. Some noteworthy productions that have been staged here are System Failure, The Dry House, Dedication and more.

What are the seating options available at Marylebone Theatre?

Marylebone Theatre has 200 seats and is an intimate performance space.

Is Marylebone Theatre accessible to people with disabilities?

Yes, the theatre has made its performances accessible to those with motor, audio, visual and other stimulatory challenges. The Marylebone Theatre offers various facilities and resources for disabled visitors, including wheelchair access, adapted toilets, disability parking and more.

How much do the Marylebone Theatre tickets cost?

The price of the tickets depends on the show that you choose to watch and the timing of the same at the Marylebone Theatre.

Where can I book my Marylebone Theatre tickets?

You can book your tickets to shows playing at the Marylebone Theatre online at London Theatre Tickets. You will get the best deals and discounts and all the information you need at your fingertips.

Are there any dining options available near Marylebone Theatre London?

Yes, the Marylebone Theatre has many dining options nearby, such as Paris's Cafe & Restaurant, the Mumtaz Restaurant and others. The venue also has an in-house cafe for patrons.

What are some of the things to do or attractions to explore near Marylebone Theatre?

A few attractions near the Marylebone Theatre that you can explore before you go for a show include Regent’s Park, Madame Tussauds, London, The Sherlock Holmes Museum, Lord's Cricket Stadium and others.

Past Shows

A Sherlock Carol
Plays
4.5(36)
The Dry House
Plays
3.0(1)