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Greenwich Theatre

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Sound Amplification:

Sennheiser Infrared


Mens and Womens throughout. Disables toilets on Foyer level.

Guide Dogs Policy:

Guide dogs are welcome in the auditorium. Please inform the Box Office when booking your tickets and you'll be allocated with an aisle seat so your dog can be next to you. Alternatively, your dog can stay with our front-of-house staff during the performance and will be brought to you at the interval and end of the show.


2 x Wheelchair spaces available per performance

Access from Street to Foyer:


Access From Theatre Foyer To Seat:

2 flights of stairs to auditorium

Stairs/Lift/Ramp Available:

Lift to auditorium


Contact the venue:

020 8858 7755

Your Visit

Security Information:

Security note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres. Please contact the venue for more information.


1 open area with bar and café. Access via 5 steps or chair lift. Rampway from bar to café. Seating in in bar and café for aprox 20 people.

Air Conditioned:


Accepts Theatre Tokens:



Greenwich Theatre is one of London’s premiere Off-West End theatres, presenting a year-round programme of drama, music, theatre, family shows, and pantomime.

The theatre is one of the country’s leading supporters of young and emerging theatre companies, regularly providing a launch pad for new work which subsequently transfers around the country, into the West End, and across the globe.

The site on which the current theatre stands has a long heritage which stretches back many years before the opening of the Greenwich Theatre in 1969. It originally opened as the Rose and Crown Music Hall in 1855. In 1898, it was rebuilt to become the Parthenon Theatre of Varieties before eventually opening as the Greenwich Theatre in the second half of the twentieth century.

More recently, the theatre has developed a partnership with Sell a Door Theatre Company. The Who’s musical, Tommy, was performed at the venue in 2015, which was its first performance for over 20 years.

The theatre is also at the forefront of developing and celebrating some of the UK’s finest family theatre and produces the annual Greenwich Children’s Theatre Festival and one of the country’s most acclaimed traditional pantomimes.