The Old Vic

The Old Vic is a non-for-profit off-West End theatre based in Waterloo, London. Boasting a 1000 seat auditorium, The Old Vic remains one of the most vibrant theatres in London, and is a firm favourite among avid theatregoers.
Under the supervision of Artistic Director Matthew Warchus, the Old Vic continues to uphold its storied history of producing acclaimed productions, most recently; the Olivier Award-winning adaptation of 'A Monster Calls', Tim Minchin's 'Groundhog Day: The Musical', and Jack Thorne's 'A Christmas Carol' - a staple for the festive season!

Productions (10)

Unreviewed
Starts Sep 06
London: Southwark

Helen Hunt stars in Jonathan Spector's comedy about a liberal school grappling with the vaccination debate.

Score it
83
Great
1 Review
Opens Nov 12
London: Southwark

Dickens' classic Christmas tale about Scrooge and the Ghosts of Past, Present, and Future.

85
Excellent
12 Reviews
Closed
London: Southwark

A revival of August Wilson's first play about cab drivers working to survive in 70s Pittsburgh. 

81
Great
15 Reviews
Closed
London: Southwark

Bertie Carvel leads in Mike Bartlett's new play about the race to the White House.

89
Excellent
2 Reviews
Closed
London: Southwark

Lyndsey Turner's production of Caryl Churchill's intense drama about a troubled father and son.

Unreviewed
Closed
London: Southwark

A new musical stage adaptation of the hit 1983 film set in a village on the west coast of Scotland.

Unreviewed
Closed
London: Southwark

Timothée Chalamet and Eileen Atkins star in Amy Herzog's Pulitzer Prize nominated play.

45
Unpopular
4 Reviews
Closed
London: Southwark

Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cummings star in a London revival of Samuel Beckett's intimate drama.

88
Excellent
1 Review
Closed
London: Southwark

Duncan Macmillan's play follows a couple as they grapple with some of life's biggest questions.

100
Must See!
1 Review
Closed
London: Southwark

Lucy Prebble adapts Luke Harding's explosive book for the stage. A revealing account of the events which led…

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