Description

Mission Statement:
To operate a theatre that is welcoming, affordable and accessible to all sections of the community and is a vital component of the public and cultural life of the local and surrounding London boroughs.

Waterloo East Theatre opened in September 2010 and was founded and created by multi-award winning Theatre Producer and former musical theatre actor Gerald Armin who discovered the unused railway arch in 2009 and decided it would make a great 100 seat theatre that would be an addition to the already thriving cultural quarter in Waterloo that already has the Old Vic, Young Vic and the National Theatres

Since opening the theatre it has welcomed over 120 productions that have entertained more that 100,000 ticket holders. Many productions receiving critical acclaim and Off West End award wins and nominations, with two new plays currently being developed into feature films, and three productions transferring to seasons Off-Broadway.

It champions new writing and offers a platform for new and undiscovered talent both on and off the stage, and aspires to give London audiences an opportunity to discover shows that they may never had the chance to see by mounting revivals and European premiers

Waterloo East Theatre is a Registered Charity No. 1136513

Location
  • Waterloo East Theatre, Brad St, London, England SE1 8TN, United Kingdom

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History

Waterloo East Theatre

Waterloo East Theatre opened in September 2010 and was founded and created by multi-award winning Theatre Producer and former musical theatre actor Gerald Armin who discovered the unused railway arch in 2009 and decided it would make a great 100 seat theatre that would be an addition to the already thriving cultural quarter in Waterloo that already has the Old Vic, Young Vic and the National Theatres

Since opening the theatre it has welcomed over 120 productions that have entertained more that 100,000 ticket holders. Many productions receiving critical acclaim and Off West End award wins and nominations, with two new plays currently being developed into feature films, and three productions transferring to seasons Off-Broadway.

It champions new writing and offers a platform for new and undiscovered talent both on and off the stage, and aspires to give London audiences an opportunity to discover shows that they may never had the chance to see by mounting revivals and European premiers.

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Closed
Open hours today: 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Monday

    Closed

  • Tuesday

    5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

  • Wednesday

    5:00 pm - 7:30 am

  • Thursday

    5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

  • Friday

    5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

  • Saturday

    5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

  • Sunday

    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

  • May 24, 2024 11:54 am local time

Public Transport: Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Waterloo

Getting to the Venue

Exit Waterloo tube or railway at Waterloo Road exit, cross over the pedestrian crossing bearing left and turn right into Sandell Street. Walk to the end and turn left under bridge and you will see Brad Street immediately on your right, Theatre entrance is on the corner.

There is No Parking near the Theatre as it is located in a Resident Parking Permit area, the nearest car park is APOCA in Cornwall Road

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