2 fully flexible theatre spaces in stunning new development
Troubadour White City Theatre to open at White City Place, the former BBC Media Village in West London.
The venue will consist of two fully flexible spaces including a 1,200 fully flexible theatre and an 800-seat multi-purpose state-of-the-art theatre.
Enhanced audience experience with comfortable seating, increased leg room and a spacious and welcoming bar.
Troubadour Theatres and Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo today announced the launch of the 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 and will neighbour other new destinations such as Soho House and Westfield Shopping Centre
This new venue will be operated by the award-winning team behind the successful King’s Cross Theatre, home to the Olivier-award winning The Railway Children and David Bowie’s Lazarus and Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre which will open in summer 2019. The new state-of-the-art hub will consist of a 1,200-seat fully flexible theatre plus an 800-seat fully flexible multi-purpose venue with an interconnecting foyer space complete with a large onsite bar; continuing to showcase a ground-breaking and exciting programme of large-scale theatrical shows, film screenings, exhibitions, concerts and international events.
Troubadour White City Theatre will launch in 2019, with programme and ticketing details to be released in due course.
The Troubadour White City Theatre will stage world-class productions from well-known and emerging production companies and artists reflecting the vitality of London, the TV and film heritage of White City and the dynamism of the UK’s theatre scene. Excellent transport links, with White City and Wood Lane stations minutes away and an enhanced audience experience with comfortable seating, increased leg room and a spacious and welcoming bar will make the Troubadour White City Theatre a favourite destination for local, national and international audiences.