The Bridge Theatre, sat between Tower Bridge and City Hall over looking The Thames, has quickly established itself as one of the best theatres in London with star studded casts, outstanding performances and creative stagings of new commissions and new productions of classics.
It was founded by Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr when they left the National Theatre after 12 years.
The theatre seats 900 and is highly adaptable to allow plays in the round and more. It is the first wholly new theatre of scale to be added to London’s commercial theatre sector in 80 years.
The bar and food is run by the great St John.
Currently staging the lasted play by the great Alan Bennet, Allelujah, it has staged a superb and hilarious production of Young Marx staring Rory Kinnear, and a ground breaking production of Julius Cesare in the round staring Ben Whishaw.