About Hampstead Theatre
Hampstead Theatre began in Moreland Hall, Holly Bush Vale, 1959. Known then as ‘The Hampstead Theatre Club’, it was founded by the British theatre director James Roose-Evans. Harold Pinter was a permanent fixture in the early years, trying and testing many of his plays in front of the loyal Hampstead audience. The first season included Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter and The Room, Jacques by Eugene Ionesco andThe Sport of My Mad Mother by Ann Jellicoe.
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Transportation & Parking
Find Swiss Cottage roundabout. From Avenue Road turn left into Adelaide Road (B509 towards Chalk Farm). Take first left into Winchester Road and first left again into Eton Avenue. Hampstead Theatre is situated in a residential area where parking is limited. We recommend using public transport. Nearest car park: Regency Car Park (adjoining Swiss Cottage Odeon Cinema) located a few yards from the Theatre. Limited pay and display parking in surrounding streets.