Soho Theatre

The Soho Theatre is an off-West End theatre located in Soho, Central London.
Since opening at its Dean Street venue in 2000, Soho Theatre has offered a mixed programme of comedy, cabaret, and theatre shows, focusing on new writing and alternative comedy.
It has launched the careers of numerous screenwriters and comedians in theatre, film, TV and radio - including Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who debuted 'Fleabag' at the Soho Theatre in 2013.

Productions (43)

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Ends Feb 11
London: Soho

Willy Hudson's autobiographical comedy about anger and knowing when to let go.

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69
Middling
1 Review
Starts Feb 14
London: Soho

Haley McGee's one-woman show exploring the unknowability of human life.

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Unreviewed
Opens Mar 15
London: Soho

Kim Noble's comedy about loneliness and searching for meaning.

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Unreviewed
Opens Apr 03
Sap
London: Soho

A contemporary thriller about passion, power, and photosynthesis.

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Unreviewed
Opens Apr 12
London: Soho

Drag stars Peaches Christ, Heklina & George Bourgeois star in this new comedy show.

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Unreviewed
Opens May 03
London: Soho

A solo horror-comedy musical about a newly married & sexually repressed woman.

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Unreviewed
Starts May 2023
London: Soho

A new stage show from the Brown Girls Do It Too podcast exploring British Asian women's relationship with sex.

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Closed
London: Soho

Le Gateau Chocolat & Jonny Woo's new drag show that explores their favourite stagey songs.

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Closed
London: Soho

Award-winning comedian Jordan Gray's solo comedy show that centres around her identity as a transgender woman.

76
Good
1 Review
Closed
London: Soho

Nick Mohammed writes & stars in this comedy twist on Dickens' Christmas classic.

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Closed
London: Soho

Comedy duo Britney explore their friendship through this sketch comedy show.

88
Excellent
4 Reviews
Closed
London: Soho

Airlock Theatre Company's comedy about an astronaut accused of an earthly crime.

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