Troubadour Theatres Limited WHITE CITY THEATRE

Inaugural Summer season announced at Troubadour White City Theatre, launching in July 2019

28 May 2019


Troubadour Theatres and Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo today announce the inaugural summer season at Troubadour White City Theatre at White City Place, the former BBC Media Village in west London. The new theatre will join a thriving new neighbourhood at White City Place, neighbouring other destinations such as Soho House and Westfield Shopping Centre.

TroubaKids Festival will host 4 family productions playing in rep from 23rd July – including Little Baby Bum Live, Monstersaurus!, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show and Aliens Love Underpants.

Speaking about TroubaKids and the inaugural summer season at Troubadour White City Theatre, Oliver Royds and Tristan Baker, of Troubadour Theatres said:

“We are hugely excited to be launching the first summer season at Troubadour White City and can’t think of a better way to start than with 4 shows which will entertain and enthral the next generation of theatregoers.

This summer, we hope to turn White City Place, an area that is synonymous with entertainment, storytelling and the diversity of British culture, into a space that will delight young theatregoers and provide state-of-the-art entertainment for families.

Troubadour White City Theatre will be designed to meet the needs of modern audiences and perfect for families: with comfortable seating, generous toilet facilities, increased leg room and a spacious and welcoming foyer.”

Alistair Shaw, Managing Director of White City Projects, said:

"Our ambition for White City was to create a thriving new London destination and the opening of Troubadour White City Theatre really embodies our commitment to positively transform the wider area and provide a new cultural experience for visitors from near and far to enjoy. White City has always been recognised for creative broadcast and we look forward to continuing the legacy for live entertainment, with the launch of the first season of Troubadour White City Theatre this summer."

 

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