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Current and forthcoming what's on, shows and events at West End's The Ambassadors Theatre including venue details, location, news and links.

Opened 5 Jun 1913. The Mousetrap opened here on 25 Nov 52 (a palindromic date - 25/11/52) and later transferred to St Martin's (Mar74). 460 seats. From 1996 for a couple of years this theatre housed the Royal Court Upstairs while their Sloane Square theatre was refurbished. After refurbishment it was re-opened as the New Ambassadors. An [ATG] member. Society of London Theatre member. Following acquirition by Sir Stephen Waley-Cohen in April 2007 the theatre name reverted to The Ambassadors.

You can also check out the iUKTDb The Ambassadors Theatre (West End) archive with 225 shows listed up to Saturday, 11th May 2024.

What's on at The Ambassadors Theatre

Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder at The Ambassadors Theatre, West End
Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder at West End
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Debbie Wileman at The Ambassadors Theatre, West End
Debbie Wileman - Judy Garland "I'm Still Here" at West End
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button at The Ambassadors Theatre, West End
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button at West End
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The Ambassadors TheatreThe Ambassadors Theatre
West Street
West End
Greater London

BoxOffice: 08448 112 334
Website: Website
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Two theatres acquired by Cameron Mackintosh
23May14: A sabbatical for Billy Elliot?


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