Garrick Theatre London – Home of Death Drop!

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This venue is COVID SECURE and follows all safety measures recommended by the government to ensure that you enjoy a safe and socially-distanced theatre-going experience. Know More

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Wondering about all that’s being done to keep you safe? Find out more about the safety measures and COVID-safe protocols theatres have implemented to ensure your safety.


Social Distancing Measures

  • The venue has been redesigned to minimize contact among all viewers
  • Different groups will be seated separately
  • Pre-ordering of interval snacks will be facilitated wherever possible
  • Cashless and paperless transactions are recommended.
  • All viewers are requested to keep their belongings to a minimum since cloakroom facilities may be closed
  • Activities such as taking photographs with the artists or autograph signing may be restricted

Preventive Safety Measures

  • Protective gear such as masks are mandatory to enter the venue
  • All viewers will be subjected to temperature checks before entering the venue

Sanitization Measures

  • Theatres will be cleaned after every show
  • Hand sanitizers will be provided at each entry and exit

Contactless E-Tickets

  • Only print-at-home tickets and e-tickets will be accepted

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Built over an underground river, the Garrick Theatre London is named after the Shakespearean actor, David Garrick. The historic site opened in the year 1889 and was financed by the playwright W.S. Gilbert. The original theatre, which could fit 800 people, was designed by Walter Emden and C.J. Phillips. In 1968, an active campaign by the Musician’s Union, Equity, and many theatre groups saved the Garrick Theatre from the proposed redevelopment of the Covent Garden.

Some of the notable plays that have been performed here include The Profligate, A Pair of Spectacles, The Wedding Guest, and No Sex Please, We’re British. More recent productions that have been performed at the Garrick Theatre are All on her Own, Harlequinade, Red Velvet, The Painkiller, and The Entertainer. The latest production coming to the Garrick Theatre is Death Drop.

Venue Details


Address: 2 Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0HH, UK

Opened: 1889

Seating Capacity: 732

Seating Chart
Check out the Garrick Theatre London Seating Plan here.


Coming Up Next

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical (July 5, 2021 - October 11, 2021)

David Walliams' Billionaire Boy (July 17, 2021 - August 22, 2021)

Drifter's Girl (Opening: November 4, 2021)

Playing At The Garrick Theatre


Death Drop (May 19, 2021 - July 11, 2021)

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West End favorite and the Queen of British Soul Beverly Knight stars in this all-new production of The Drifters Girl. This musical follows the remarkable story of THE DRIFTERS, one of the world’s greatest vocal groups, and the truth about the woman who made them.

Faye Treadwell, the legendary manager of The Drifters, fought alongside her husband for three decades to turn Atlantic Records' hottest new vocal group into a global phenomenon. The musical follows her journey through the heights of the band's career, when they were minting hit records and performing at sell-out tours, and down into the lows of a series of legal battles and personal tragedies.

Cast

A new star cast is set to be announced soon!

Show Timings

Wednesday to Friday - 8 PM
Saturday & Sunday - 4 PM & 8 PM

Running Time

TBA

Practical Information


Accessible Seating

Wheelchair users can access the theatre through the Dress Circle, which is on street level. Please make yourself known to the staff, who will help you get seated. Please note that row E in the Dress Circle has wheelchair space.

Available Facilities

Assistive Listening System: The theatre has a Williams sound hearing assistance system. Please note that headsets are available on a first come first served basis.

Cloakroom: A cloakroom is available at the venue.

Guide Dogs: Garrick Theatre allows guide dogs in the theatre. In case you deem the sound too loud, the theatre staff is happy to look after your guide dog. Please note that the theatre can dog sit only two dogs at a time.

Toilets: Male and female toilets are located on every level. An adapted unisex toile is located in the main foyer.

Handy Tips


  • A limited number of booster cushions are available at the theatre.
  • Snacks can be brought into the auditorium but please note that hot food will not be allowed inside.
  • The theatre is air conditioned, so be sure to carry a ligth sweater in case it gets chilly.
  • The Garrick Theatre has a strict no glass policy, so all drinks will have to be transferred to plastic cups before you enter the auditorium.

Getting There


Tube: The nearest tube station is the Leicester Square station (Picadilly Line and Northern Line - Charing Cross).

Bus: 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 23, 24, 29, 87, 88, 91, 139, 176, and 453.

Restaurants near Garrick Theatre London


1. Garrick Arms: Enjoy a couple of drinks here before or after seeing the play at Garrick Theatre. This traditional pub has a relaxing vibe!

2. Steak & Co.: As the name suggests, the perfect place to have some mouth-watering, sizzling steaks.

3. Bella Italia: This Italian restaurant chain is a good place to relax and try some delicious pizza.

4. Leicester Square Kitchen: With an incredible selection of Mexican and Peruvian dishes, along with fine wines, this is perfect for a quick stop before your show.

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