This wonderful theatre has been rebuilt and reopened in 2012. it's a stunning and well needed place in London. Lovely to see it back where the old Westminster theatre used to be. Seats 312 in their intimate theatre beautifully tiered so none tall infront can upset your view. Wonderful bar and brasserie downstairs serving excellent food and especially lovely restaurant up the stunning marble staircase aptly called Carrara. We had the most delicious lunch there yesterday served by a wonderful girl who was interested and totally charming and a great front of house for this restaurant. Food was superb and well priced. They do a lovely 2 course lunch for £15.50. We were impressed by the food and its a great place to dine before or after the theatre performance. We then saw the new play about Ruth Ellis by Amanda Whittington -still a subject engrained in the memories of those of us of a certain age. Fabulous and moving production do try and see it. Shows the extra evidence that Ellis gave to Mishcon before she was hanged.Well done St James for bringing it to London. There is a fabulous programme of events every night of the week ranging from Jazz to Classical and comedy and cabaret. The great thing is its such an attractive space and the bonus of great food. I can't wait to return. 10 stars if I could give them!
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