My Mother Said I Never Should

The most performed play by a female playwright.

13 April - 21 May

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Uncork the rich, full-bodied story that has won over 350 international awards

26 May - 9 July

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EXPOSURE The Musical

Life Through A Lens

16 July - 27 August

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My Mother Said I Never Should

13 April - 21 May 2016

★★★★ Evening Standard, Financial Times, Metro, The Telegraph, The Times, The Stage, Sunday Express, Jewish Chronicle ★★★★ “A cracking quartet...

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Wendi Peters Square

Wendi Peters: Let Me Sing And I’m Happy

6 May 2016

TV favourite Wendi Peters brings you an evening of song and stories (with a few jazz hands thrown in) from...

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Jay Rayner Square

The Jay Rayner Quartet: Songs of Food and Agony

7 May 2016

  The renowned restaurant critic, Masterchef judge and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet has one other skill....

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Alice Fearn Square

Alice Fearn: Where I’ve Been and Where I’m Going

8 May 2016

After a career of 10 years, Alice has been in numerous West End shows including Les Miserables, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,...

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Make The Cut

10 May 2016

Make the Cut is the hottest new competition for actors and writers, produced by Director’s Cut Theatre Company . Some...

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St. James Theatre
12 Palace Street

Only a 5 minute walk from Victoria Station.

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Food & Drink

Food & Drink

The St. James Bar, located on the ground floor, serves a range of hot drinks, fine wines, beers and cocktails. Open 10am – 10pm daily (around show times only on Sundays).

Open for pre-show dining, the St. James Brasserie is situated on the first floor of the theatre, serving European cuisine sourced from the finest local ingredients alongside a classic brasserie menu.

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