London's West End theatre scene is popular worldwide thanks to Apollo Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, and other venues. Although new, @sohoplace London is quickly catching up in popularity. The first new-built West End theatre in 50 years, @sohoplace London is owned by leading West End producer Nica Burns and operated by Nimax Theatres. Previously, London Astoria was at the site, which was demolished in 2009 as part of a re-development project near the Elizabeth line's Tottenham Court Road station. @sohoplace was opened in 2022 and has since hosted many musicals and theatre performances, allowing over 600 guests to see upcoming and established artists.

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About @sohoplace London

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  • @sohoplace London is a relatively new theatre with an excellent seating plan.
  • The venue has a little over 600 seats, with no seats more than six rows from the stage.
  • @sohoplace London's seating plan is divided into Stalls, First Balcony, and Second Balcony. Each area offers a unique vantage point to watch different kinds of theatre performances.
  • Centre seats in all areas of the theatre provide excellent viewing. The sound from the theatre's state-of-the-art sound system also converges at the centre seats, making them the best place to enjoy performances at @sohoplace London.
  • Guests can pick up headsets, packs and neck loops from the house team, although they're given on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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  • Tube: Tottenham Court Road on the Elizabeth Line is the closest tube station to @sohoplace London.
  • Train: Train is another option to reach @sohoplace London. The venue is 15-18 minutes from Charing Cross Station, served by the Bakerloo and Northern lines.
  • Bus: You can also take the bus from anywhere in London and reach @sohoplace London. Bus numbers 14, 19, 22b, 24, 29, 38 and 176 pass through Covent Garden, the nearest bus stop.
  • Parking:  Q-Park Soho is one of the nearest car parks to @sohoplace London. It is just six minutes from the attraction and is open 24 hours. NCP London Covent Garden is another nearby parking lot open 24 hours a day.

Frequently Asked Questions About @sohoplace London

Where is @sohoplace located?

@sohoplace is located in the West End next to prominent theatres in the area. The address is 4 Soho Pl, Charing Cross Rd, London W1D 3BG, United Kingdom.

How do I reach the @sohoplace London?

You can reach @sohoplace London by tube, train, and bus. Driving to the location is not ideal as you'll need to pay and park.

What are the different types of shows and productions that are staged at @sohoplace?

@sohoplace London is a relatively new theatre, so it hasn't hosted world-famous shows and productions yet. However, it has hosted musicals and plays like 'Marvellous,' 'The Little Big Things,' and 'Brokeback Mountain.'

How much are the tickets to the theatre?

Ticket prices vary depending on the show, production and seating location.

Where can I book my @sohoplace London tickets?

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

Is there wheelchair access to @sohoplace London?

Yes. @sohoplace London provides wheelchair access through the theatre. Auditorium seats and toilets are accessible for individuals in a wheelchair. There is street-level access to the foyer, lifts and guide dogs are also allowed.

Are there food options around the theatre?

Yes. @sohoplace London is close to several restaurants where you can grab breakfast, lunch, dinner, etc. Plaza Khao Gaeng, Nando’s, Chipotle, etc. are a few popular spots.

What are some of the things to do or attractions to explore near @sohoplace London?

@sohoplace London is close to the Oxford Circus, the British Museum, the Royal Academy of Arts, and prominent West End theatres.