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Really unimpressed with this venue. The layout is awkward, which is nobody's fault but it created a huge bottle neck for people coming in to collect tickets as the bar is basically on top of the entrance causing a hug commotion because you have to...More
If you can get there, the Shaw Theatre hosts the UCL Jazz Society Birdland Concert 20/21st Feb 2018:
this showcases young talent and enthusiasm for music and Jazz in a way that holds great promise for the future of music in this country.
We were here for 'The Infinite Monkey Cage' podcast recording with Brian Cox and Robin Ince, so not a normal play rather than a panel discussing subjects for Radio4.
Tickets were free over the internet, but you were not guaranteed to get in. They had...More
Wasn’t expecting much was pleasantly surprised, what a great theatre and grest actors and actresses. My kids were keen to watch jack and the beanstalk due to tracy beaker appeaaring in it. She was brilliant and so were the other actors espically ashley joseph my...More
I visited The Shaw Theatre last night for the first time, a good spacious theatre 2 minutes from Kings Cross International / St Pancras station. I almost caught a cab from Kings Cross as it was raining but even he advised it's less than 2...More