The best LGBTQIA+ Gay theatre shows and gay plays in London can be found at the following venues and if you’d like to purchase theatre tickets then please check out our tickets portal where you’ll find links to the theatres that are currently staging LGBTQIA+ gay theatre content: QXTickets.com
Premier LGBTQIA+ Gay Theatre In London:
Above The Stag Theatre London
Located just south of the river, Above The Stag Theatre is an independent Charity and Theatre Company serving the LGBTQIA+ community and its supporters. As the theatre is located in Vauxhall it´s very convenient for after theatre drinks at one of the many gay venues in the area. So you have an excellent opportunity to make a night of it. The theatre is London’s delightful LGBT thespian oasis. A gorgeous corner of performance and campery, and they’re the only theatre in the UK that’s exclusively LGBT-focused! They also have a very nice bar so you can enjoy pre-theatre and interval drinks, plus bar snacks.
To purchase LGBT+ theatre tickets visit the QXTickets portal with links to theatre websites that are currently staging LGBT+ gay theatre London.
The Soho Theatre London
Soho Theatre is one of the country’s busiest venues with a year-round festival programme of theatre, comedy and cabaret. There are six shows a night across three stages, with a very popular bar. The Theatre is based in the heart of gay soho and includes a lot of LGBTQIA+ content in its programming.
The Pleasance Theatre London
Located in Islington, The Pleasance Theatre has three production spaces. Mainhouse: Capacity 230. Downstairs: Capacity 75. Stagespace: Capacity 54. This Off-West End theatre welcomes artists at all stages of their careers, with a commitment to new work that pushes boundaries.
And What? Queer Fest 2020 : Shows running from 18th March to 28th March in the Main House.
To purchase LGBT+ theatre tickets visit our ticket portal QXTickets.com with links to theatre websites that are currently staging LGBT+ gay theatre in London.
Park Theatre London
Located in Upper Street, Islington. Established in 1970, The King´s Head was the first pub theatre to be founded since Shakepeare´s day. The pub is a cozy traditional Victorian pub and a great place to meet up. In the winter customers get to enjoy a roaring fire! The theatre is located at the back. This is the Theatre where Hugh Grant made his acting debut. The Theatre is firmly committed to equality and diversity in everything it does. It regularly stages LGBTQI+ productions.
Currently Staging LGBTQIA+ gay plays in London: Undetectable and The Six Wives Of Henry VIII
The theatre is situated 3 minutes for Victoria tube. There is a 300-seat Main Theatre space and a smaller Studio space that accommodates up to 120 people. They offer a varied programme of drama, musical theatre, cabaret and jazz. There is also an excellent restaurant and bar.
To purchase tickets to gay theatre shows London visit our ticket portal QXTickets.com with links to theatre websites that are currently staging LGBT+ gay theatre London.
London’s home for immersive theatre and alternative arts. The venue is set in a maze of disused railway arches under Waterloo Station. They are on a mission to inspire.
Currently Staging LGBTQIA+ gay plays in London:
The Playhouse is 5 minutes from Borough Station in an area with excellent eateries. Described as quirky and classy at the same time (The Stage), the theatre has two distinctive theatre spaces. They seek to showcase the U.K.´s best up and coming talent, offering such talent the opportunity to present their first fully realised productions. Content focuses on reinterpreting classic plays and contemporary plays of note.
Currently Staging LGBTQIA+ gay plays in London: Lipstick
The Donmar Warehouse
This is a 251-seat, not-for-profit theatre in Covent Garden, and they have won more than 100 awards in their 27-year history. They bring together a wide variety of people in an intimate warehouse space. For this theatre representation really matters.
Other Theatres that stage excellent LGBTQIA+ gay theatre shows:
The Apollo Theatre : Everybody´s talking about Jamie
And many other fantastic theatres across London…