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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.
I've been to The Old Vic many times but this was my first time at The Young Vic. It's obviously much smaller so offers a much more intimate experience. The seating was comfortable, as was the temperature on a very hot London evening. Fun Home...More
I really love this venue. The selection of show is very mixed and with a very good quality. The theatre can get transformed so many shows play on unconventional setting. I also really enjoy the atmosphere of the bar and the terrace, so I suggest...More
Our theatre performance was cut short by a power failure but fortunately the play is moving to the West End and we have just booked seats for November. The Theatre is quite small but the seats - really padded benches - are remarkably comfy. And...More
Located in Old Cut, not far from the Old Vic. Great atmosphere. Easy to book tickets and good pricing. I saw The Inheritance for £20. Good seating in the theatre and no hidden views. Ice creams in the intervals, how cool is that!
Got last minute ticket to see both parts of this play in one day 6 hours 30 mins. Part One at 1.15 and Part Two at 7.15. Stunning. Beautifully written, acted and directed. Clever, witty, tender and profoundly moving.
'The Jungle' staged yesterday afternoon at the Young Vic was both glorious and harrowing. By the end the whole of the audience and many of the cast were visibly moved by the events narrated. A fantastic experience with a surprising element of humour weaved in.
This production cannot solve the refugee crisis happening in Calais, France but it definitely did help throw the spotlight on the situation. It challenges the stereotypical views we, as a society have on refugees and brings us to places we have little real experiences to...More
Went for dinner, not to the theatre, It was a bit noisy at first but once the "Pre" guys had gone it had calmed down. Friendly service, nice food, different kind of venue. Reasonable prices too, I really liked it.