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About Arts Theatre

It opened on 20 April 1927 as a members-only club for the performance of unlicensed plays, thus avoiding theatre censorship by the Lord Chamberlain's office. It was one of a small number of committed, independent theatre companies, including the Hampstead Everyman, the Gate Theatre Studio and the Q Theatre, which took risks by producing a diverse range of new and experimental plays, or plays that were thought to be commercially non-viable on the West End. The theatrical producer Norman Marshall referred to these as ‘The Other Theatre’ in his 1947 book of the same name.
Great Newport Street
London, WC2H 7JB
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Transportation & Parking

The Arts Theatre is not part of the Westminster parking scheme. Using public transport is highly recommended.
    Northern
    Piccadilly
    Leicester Square

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