About us

Visit the newest off-West End venue The Playground Theatre in London W10 to enjoy the latest drama, musical theatre, standup comedians, festivals and performing arts. Our gem of a theatre is a registered charity, we rely on kind donations to remain open. We work with established and emerging artists nationally and across the globe. Our ethos has fostered many bold and imaginative new works. We are fully engaged with our rich and diverse community. We look forward to welcoming you through our doors.

How to Get Here

The Playground Theatre is a 12 minute walk from Latimer Road Station.
'This theatre will certainly be an exciting one to watch.'
– LONDON BOX OFFICE –
'A handsome theatre'
– THE GUARDIAN –
'One looks forward to new surprises from the Playground Theatre.'
– MONKEY MATTERS –
'The feeling that you give the artist is of total friendship and understanding. The Playground is unique in that'
– Marcello Magni –
'The Playground Theatre is a brilliant creative space in West London. I’m very excited about its future'
– Damon Albarn –
'The Playground Theatre is the sort of place where I would like to go and play all day, the space radiates an excitement of fresh possibilities'
– Celia Imrie –
Something remarkable is happening at the Playground Theatre.
- Julian Eaves - ✭✭✭✭✭ Soldier On review -
"We are incredibly proud to be The Playground Theatres sole outreach partner. We are developing a number of programs in partnership with the theatre and look forward to delivering ongoing support to children, both affected by Grenfell and in the wider community, who are experiencing trauma and bereavement.”
Jake Walker, Grief Encounter

OPENING on 25 February

Sinners
SINNERS - Showing 25 February to 14 March.

GOLDEN GLOBE WINNER BRIAN COX DIRECTS SINNERS
STARRING NICOLE ANSARI.

Suitable for age 16+ running time 1.5hrs without an interval.


  Sinners is a passionate love story about Layla, who is denounced for an affair with her student, Nur, and is awaiting to be stoned to death for adultery. The play examines both Layla's and Nur’s choices for love and survival and the striving for freedom in a patriarchal culture. Nur can save his own life by throwing the first stone. What choice will he make? A fully staged production directed by Golden Globe winner Brian Cox, Israeli writer Joshua Sobol's acclaimed play manages to evoke a universal dialogue about male and female roles that question stereotypes.

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION:
25 Feb through 14 March at, 7.30pm. Sunday performances at, 5.00pm. No Monday performances. Preview 25 Feb,  press night 26 Feb. Matinee performance on Sat 14 March at, 2.30pm. Running time approx 1 and a half hours without an interval. Suitable for age 16+.

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The Playground Theatre
Latimer Rd London W10 6RQ

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