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Troubadour White City Theatre

Troubadour White City Theatre

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0844 815 4866 (Calls cost 7p per minute, plus your standard network rate)

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Launched in summer 2019, the Troubadour White City Theatre is a state-of-the-art theatrical hub which features a ground-breaking and exciting programme of theatre and events.

Opened in conjunction with the arrival of the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, this new complex will comprise a 1,200-seat fully flexible theatre, in addition to an 800-seat fully flexible multi-purpose venue, with an interconnecting foyer space, a large onsite bar – and no shortage of high-quality shows programmed.

The Troubadour White City Theatre is run by the award-winning team behind the successful pop-up King’s Cross Theatre, which played host to the Olivier Award-winning show The Railway Children and the David Bowie musical, Lazarus. The venue is situated at the heart of White City Place, a group of re-imagined buildings in White City from RIBA award-winning architects Allies & Morrison, set around a newly landscaped central avenue with high quality retail spaces, restaurants and gardens.

In addition to large-scale theatrical shows, the venue also promises to host a mixed programme of film screenings, exhibitions, concerts and international events. Its goal is to stage world-class productions from well-known and emerging production companies and artists reflecting the vitality of London, the TV and film heritage of White City and the dynamism of the UK’s theatre scene.

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