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Players' Theatre

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The Arches Villiers St. Strand Wc2, London England
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Roger G wrote a review Nov 2016
Bagshot, United Kingdom1,157 contributions186 helpful votes
Been here several times as a guest and always thoroughly enjoy it. Act, often famous, come here to perform in this small theatre. True variety!!
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Date of experience: December 2015
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AlexNW11 wrote a review Apr 2014
London, United Kingdom194 contributions63 helpful votes
Excellent atmosphere in the bar and great for post show drinks. Lively show tunes being belted out by the pianist on the grand piano, what is not to love about this? Not the place if you want something swankier but good for fun.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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christopher c wrote a review Sep 2013
Dorking, United Kingdom210 contributions114 helpful votes
The small restaurant area is tagged on at the end of the bar. Frankly, it is not very inspiring. But the food was surprisingly good. We had Prawn cocktail (haven't had one for ages!) and a delicious Ham Hock salad - the portions are fairly small. This was followed by Korean Lamb and a steak They were both so good we carried on and for pudding had Roasted Peaches and Lemon Brulee. Every dish was either good or very good. Thoroughly recommended - except for the ambience.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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Mehri13 wrote a review Jul 2013
Paris, France101 contributions26 helpful votes
they saying with every laughter one adds one day to one's life,....watching the One Man, Two Guvnors adds easily a year to your life! I must admit it is hilarious , exceptionally humorous , beautifully acted and in all something to be seen,...! What a joy it was! Rufus Hound is the super star of the show and he certainly earned my total admiration. The rest of the casts are also worth mentioning= All Brilliant.
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Date of experience: July 2013
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christina m wrote a review Mar 2013
London, United Kingdom114 contributions53 helpful votes
This place is so lovely. It has a personality of its own, the theatre has some great shows. I especially love the restaurant and bar, their prices are modest, for quality food and wines, if your watching your purse stings instead of champaign , they offer a good quality prosecco . It's opened till late, great live music. And atmosphere is always good. Staff are lovely. Guaranteed a fabulous night out.
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