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Sound Amplification:

Senheisser FM system (Headsets available on a first come first serve basis).


The building has access toilets on all levels and backstage.

Guide Dogs Policy:

- Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome. For comfort we recommend purchasing a seat on the end of a row. Alternatively we provide a dog sitting service for 2 dogs at a time; please advise our box office or access line at the time of booking.


The building is accessible for wheelchairs for both audiences and performers. It has access toilets on all levels and backstage. All wheelchair spaces in the auditorium have unrestricted views.

Access from Street to Foyer:

Step free from street to foyer.

Level Access:

Lifts to stalls, first balcony and second balcony (There is lift access to every area).


Contact the venue:

0330 333 5961

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.


Ground floor public restaurant and bar launches mid-September ahead of the first theatre production. It will be open throughout the day with pre and post-show sittings, showcasing a contemporary international menu focusing on British produce, a mix of classic and modern cocktails, craft beers, and an expertly curated wine list.



Leading West End producer and theatre owner, Nica Burns, has announced the opening of @sohoplace, the first new-build West End theatre in 50 years. The culmination of a 12-year project, the theatre is owned by Nica Burns and operated by Nimax Theatres and will open this autumn with the first production to be announced soon.

The theatre is adjacent to the site of the old Astoria theatre which was demolished to build Crossrail. The auditorium sits directly above Crossrail’s new Elizabeth line and the existing Northern and Central lines at Tottenham Court Road station, a major transport hub. In addition, Crossrail’s huge ventilation fans extracting the hot air from the platform below and working full-time 365 days a year are also adjacent to the auditorium. A challenging location to build a new modern theatre with state-of-the-art facilities!

The theatre @sohoplace is at the heart of property giant Derwent London’s visionary £300 million regeneration of a neglected corner of Soho. Totalling 285,000 square feet it is a mixed development with the theatre at its heart, offices and retail and a fantastic new piazza, an ideal meeting place for Londoners to start their day or night out in the West End.