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Garrick Theatre - latest productions, location, map, tickets

Theatre Address

Garrick Theatre,
Charing Cross Road,


What's playing at the Garrick Theatre

Horrible Histories returns to the West End’s Garrick Theatre with Terrible Tudors this summer.
 To 1st Sep 2024
Horrible Histories - Terrible Tudors
Six young Black men meet for group therapy, and let their hearts – and imaginations – run wild.
 To 1st Jun 2024
For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy
Experience the long-awaited West End debut of Boys From the Blackstuff, Alan Bleasdale's iconic television series that defined an era.
 From 13th Jun 2024 to 3rd Aug 2024
Boys from the Blackstuff
Delve into a captivating love letter to the highs and lows of modern dating in the age of Tinder, Bumble, Grindr, and Hinge.
 From 27th Aug 2024 to 13th Feb 2025
Why Am I So Single?

Accessibility information

The information given is correct at time of writing, but please check with the venue when making a booking.

Physical Access

Wheelchair user access is located in the Dress Circle, which is at street level. Please report to the main entrance on arrival and a member of staff will accompany you.

There are two small steps into the building; a portable ramp will be put out to assist wheelchair users. The wheelchair space is located in the centre of Row E of the Dress Circle.

Adjacent seats are available for disabled patrons� companions.

To access the auditorium there are 24 stairs down to the Stalls and 25 stairs up to the Grand Circle Bar, there are a further 8 stairs down to the Grand Circle.


There is a fully adapted unisex toilet in the main foyer. There are Ladies and Gentlemen�s toilets on all levels.

Hearing impaired visitors

The theatre is fitted with a Williams Sound hearing assistance system. Headsets are available on a first come first served basis.

The following receivers are available:

  • WIR RX15-2
  • WIR RX22-4N

The WIR RX15-2 is a two-channel, infrared receiver designed for use with a transmitter operating on 2.3 MHz or 2.8 MHz. This easy-to-operate, headset-style receiver is ideal for listening applications where excellent sound quality is essential. Each earphone features its own individual volume-control knob. A push-button frequency selector makes it easy to alternate between 2.3 MHz or 2.8 MHz operation.

The WIR RX22-4N is a four-channel selectable, infrared receiver compatible with transmitters operating on the 2.3/2.8/3.3/3.8 MHz bandwidth. Dual infrared detectors maximize sensitivity and operating range. Range of up to 28,000 square feet (2,600 square meters) in single-channel mode when used with a Williams Sound WIR TX925 or WIR TX90 infrared system. Comfortable, body-pack design features convenient channel selector and easy-to-use on/off volume control. The RX22-4N can be used with mono or stereo headphones, earphones or a neckloop (lanyard included).

Concession rates for carers

You and your carer can get a discounted ticket rate. Phone the Garrick theatre's access line on 0844 412 4648, where staff will be able to help and advise you as well as arranging your discount

Assistance Dogs

Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome. They recommend purchasing a seat on the end of a row. Alternatively they provide a dog sitting service for 2 dogs at a time; advance booking is recommended.