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The Curtains Theatre

Our spectacular theatre, founded in 1991 is located in the cellar vaults of our beautiful pub and has been infamous in West London for the last 16 years.

Dine before the show

Be sure to book your table for a delicious meal or pint of Young’s Original before the show. Our menus are packed full of flavour, boast seasonality and include classic British dishes that are not to be missed.

Barons Court Theatre

If you love going to the theatre then the Barons Court Theatre is for you! Our spectacular theatre, founded in 1991 is located in the cellar vaults of our beautiful pub and has been infamous in West London for the last 16 years. With 60 seats that surround the stage on three sides you are guaranteed the best view in any seat at the Curtains theatre.

With uniques shows every month and Artistic Director Ron Phillips at the helm, prepare for an evening of delight and entertainment…

Be sure to book your table for a delicious meal or pint of Young’s Original before the show.

REBOOT FESTIVAL by Kibo Production

The world is open again but no one is the same.
Who are we now, and how do we reconnect with our friends, our communities, even our creativity, after being static for so long?
Kibo Productions invites you to three weeks of plays featuring writers and directors of all levels of experience, with a high number of roles going to early career artists and recent graduates.
The line up includes 15 plays of dynamic new writing from playwrights from the US, Europe and across the UK that investigate the world after the pandemic.
There’s truly something for everyone in these funny and heartbreaking gems of new writing.

BLUEBEARD after Max Frisch

This adaptation of Max Frisch’s novel tells the story of Dr Felix Schaad after his trial for the murder of his sixth ex-wife and prostitute Rozalind . He is haunted by the memories of the trial, the thoughts of Rozalind with her lover and his own sexual frustration. The accuser brings in his ex-wives to testify – some do so more convincingly than others – and he is acquitted due to lack of proof.