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We have the most diverse and engaged audience in London, enjoying work of the highest quality at low prices. In our award-winning super-flexible theatre, you'll never feel you're in the same place twice.
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This is a great alternative to the expensive West End theatres. It is exceedingly versatile, being able to change their theatre to accommodate various interesting stage layouts and seating arrangements e.g. in the round, traverse stage.... Recent excellent productions I have been to include Jesus...More
Went here this afternoon to see Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train, what superb play and wonderfully done. Great cast and as usual for the Young Vic brilliant staging. Plays here are always of the highest level - yet ticket prices are low. Go and support...More
Turned up without tickets for the show as didn’t make up my mind on time and i was accommodated. Fully disabled accessible, seats are cushioned, hall very cosy. We stayed behind for drinks 🍷 at the bar which was also very nice. Close to shops...More
I have always been a big advocate of the Young VIc theatre, it is known for its diverse and young productions. Unfortunately I was super disappointed in the tickets purchased as discounted tickets only to be told they maybe standing or sit where you can...More
Lately the Young Vic has become my go to theatre. And in the last year, I have seen the inheritance, Fun/Home and The Convert here. It is a great venue and the calibre of the productions is very high.
The seating is more comfortable than...More
We popped in here to avoid the rain and had some drinks. We were greeted by a grumpy lady on the door. Who couldn’t even smile and say hello. We had to go upstairs as the downstairs was very busy. We only stayed for a...More
A welcome change from many London theatre staff who seem to be doing you a favour by just standing there and looking down their noses at you. This place was rocking as soon as you got inside. The staff and stewards were friendly, chatty and...More