When the curtains drew for Young Marx in 2017, the Bridge Theatre was the first full-scale theatre to open in London for 80 years. Situated close to City Hall just beneath Tower Bridge, the Bridge can seat 900 people, and has a flexible staging arrangement.
A more than welcome addition to the capital’s theatre scene, The Bridge has already attracted many top performers from Ralph Fiennes to Kristin Scott Thomas as well as directors Nicholas Hytner and Jonathan Kent. A trip to the theatre can easily be combined with dining at one of the many dining establishment nearby.
How to Get to the Bridge Theatre?
The closest tube stations are Tower Hill (District and Circle Line) across Tower Bridge, and London Bridge (Northern and Mainline stations). See a map of how to get to the theatre here.
What’s On at the Bridge Theatre?
To see what is currently showing, and what is to come, click here.