Marylebone Theatre

Marylebone Theatre London

Venue Information

Marylebone Theatre
Address: Rudolf Steiner House, 35 Park Road , London, NW1 6XT, United Kingdom
Nearest underground or train station: Baker Street (underground), London Marylebone (train)
Nearest buses: 13, 113, 139, 189, 274, N113

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What's on at the Marylebone Theatre?

Coming soon to the Marylebone Theatre

Frequently Asked Questions

What's on at the Marylebone Theatre?
The White Factory is a current production at the Marylebone Theatre. The latest booking period for The White Factory at the Marylebone Theatre started 14 September 2023 and runs until 4 November 2023. Tickets for The White Factory start at £ and are available to book now
How do I get to the Marylebone Theatre?
Public transport is recommended to travel to the Marylebone Theatre.  The nearest underground or train stations are Baker Street (underground), London Marylebone (train). If arriving by bus, then the nearest bus lines are 13, 113, 139, 189, 274, N113.  For directions to the Marylebone Theatre see our Google Maps directions or Apple Maps directions
Is there a dress code at the Marylebone Theatre?
There is no specific dress code at the Marylebone Theatre, with most people just wearing their everyday clothes.
How many seats are in the Marylebone Theatre?
The Marylebone Theatre has 212 seats.

Marylebone Theatre Facts

What date did the Marylebone Theatre open?

29 September 2022 (as a theatre space)

Who designed the Marylebone Theatre?

Nicolas Pople architects (2022), Montague Wheeler (1926)

What was the first production at the Marylebone Theatre?

Dmitry by Peter Oswald (after Friedrich Schiller)

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Theatre History and Information

The Marylebone Theatre, originally known as Steiner Hall, has been recently refurbished as a cross-cultural, mixed use performance space close to Baker Street. The venue intends to produce its own work and receive incoming companies.

The theatre’s patrons include Oscar winner Sir Mark Rylance, director of the English National Opera Martyn Brabbins, and Baroness Usha Prasher.

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