Our forthcoming dates are as follows. For further booking details about our Wheatsheaf & Old Queen’s Head residency, kindly refer to the bottom of this page.
Our Wheatsheaf and Queen’s Head theatricals have frequently been known to sell out, and we only hold limited tickets on the door. We do recommend you reserve your seat in advance through WeGotTickets, using the button below.
For all Leicester Square Theatre shows, please purchase tickets from the theatre’s online box office.
Sun 17th November, 5pm, Leicester Square Theatre ~ book here.
Sun 24th November, 9pm, Chortle Comedy Book Festival ~ book here.
Tues 3rd December, 8pm, The Wheatsheaf, Rathbone Place – book here.
Mon 9th December, 8pm, Old Queen’s Head – book here.
Sun 22nd December, 5pm, Leicester Square Theatre ~ book here.
2014 DATES ~ Leicester Square Theatre
To book tickets for 2014 ~ click here.
Payment: Tickets for our Wheatsheaf and Old Queens Head shows are £5 – if you do not wish to book, payment can be made on the door (if we have spaces). Leicester Square Theatre shows can be bought in advance using the provided links, or can be bought on the door.
Times and seats: Please do arrive in good time – at our Wheatsheaf and Old Queens Head show in particular, we often run low on seats; the last to arrive may have to sit on the (actually rather comfortable) tables at the back.
The Wheatsheaf, is on Rathbone Place is just off Oxford Street, near Tottenham Court Station. A delightful pub that serves food & beverages. It is not on the grand scale though, so we highly recommend booking a seat to ensure a view worthy of one’s travels. There is a map, if you would be so kind as to ‘click’ here.
The Old Queens Head is 44 Essex Road, a short walk from Angel Station (Northern Line) or Essex Road Overground. To view a map and peruse the beautiful venue ‘click’ here.
Leicester Square Theatre is in the heart of our Capital’s exciting West End. Do book tickets as we are most fortunate to usually sell-out, and we would not encourage disappointment when it can be avoided.