This community theatre has first opened its doors 134 years ago (1884) and has since been the venue for a number of successful performances. With a large capacity of nearly 500 seats and an attractive interior, Royal Stratford East is the only remaining suburban theatres in London and one of the capital's most iconic spaces. Often associated with the "mother of modern theatre" - Joan Littlewood made the venue internationally recognised in the 1950s and 60s.
Stepped in history, but with high quality auditorium Royal Stratford East makes every visitor venturing in, have a wonderful experience. Be it on stage or out and about, today's venue calendar abounds with performances ranging from comedies to music and dances.
Located in a vibrant area of London, the theatre is surrounded by other attractions- Queen Elisabeth Olympic Park, Stratford Circus, Stratford Picture-house and Westfield Stratford City - and has excellent transport links.