Playhouse Theatre Seating Plan – seating includes Stalls, Dress Circle, and Upper Circle. NOTE: Seating Plans may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown.
The current production at the Playhouse Theatre is Cabaret at Kit Kat Club
The Kit Kat Club has laid siege to London’s Playhouse Theatre! The performers have infiltrated the premises. The artists have staked their claim. Who knows how long we’ll stay, but for now we’re enjoying the party. The party at the end of the world.
We encourage you to come early and explore every nook and cranny of what we have to offer. With superb food and drink available, the show starts from the moment we welcome you through the doors of the Kit Kat Club.
Northumberland Avenue London WC2N 5DE
Playhouse Theatre London
January 2003, saw Maidstone Productions taking over the ownership of the venue. The company was owned by London and Broadway producers Ted and Norman Tulchin, who had been behind a number of hit productions on both sides of the Atlantic. The Ambassador Theatre Group took over the ownership of the Playhouse Theatre in March 2003.
The Playhouse Theatre is located in the West End of London, England. It was designed by the architect F. G. M. Chancellor and was originally built as the Royal Avenue Theatre in 1882. The theatre was renamed the Playhouse Theatre in 1907 and has undergone several renovations and refurbishments over the years.
Plan ahead: As for transport, the Playhouse is conveniently located near several modes of transportation. The nearest underground stations are Embankment (served by the Bakerloo, Circle, District, and Northern lines) and Charing Cross (served by the Bakerloo and Northern lines). The theatre is also easily accessible by bus, with several bus routes passing through the area. In addition, there are several car parks located nearby for those who prefer to drive.