Troubadour White City Theatre is a pop-up theatre in west London. Built on the car park of the former BBC Media Village, the venue hosts a programme of musicals, plays, dance shows and wide-ranging productions. Pick up your White City Theatre tickets right here via TickX.
The Troubadour White City Theatre was the brainchild of West End producers Oliver Royds and Tristan Baker. It launched in June and is set to operate as a theatre until 2022. Following that time, the site will be used for commercial purposes. The theatre is now one of West London’s largest theatres alongside the likes of the Royal Albert Hall and the Hammersmith Apollo. It compliments Troubadour Theatres' other venue Wembley Park Theatre, which is based in the former Fountain Studios at Wembley Park.
The Troubadour White City Theatre consists of two main performance spaces. The Troubadour White City Theatre’s main space contains 1,200 seats and is a fully flexible space, capable of staging West End-scale shows. The theatre's fluid structure makes it a truly flexible space, capable of holding shows in a thrust setting, in-the-round, or with no stage altogether. The venue also features a separate 800-capacity multi-purpose theatre.
The Troubadour White City Theatre offers all the modern amenities needed for audiences to enjoy a show in total comfort. Both the theatre's performance spaces feature comfortable seating and generous leg room. In addition to its performance spaces the complex also has a fantastic 100-seater restaurant, bars and a box office.
The Troubadour White City Theatre may only be temporary. However, the memories you make at a show at the theatre are sure to last forever. Why not check out what shows are coming up soon at the Troubadour White City Theatre? You can find the best tickets for White City Theatre events right here at TickX.
We want to ensure your visit to Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. If you have access needs, let the theatre know in advance about your requirements by calling its access line on 0333 320 1663.
The venue is fully accessible with a wheelchair. If you have any questions regarding the accessibility of the venue, please call the access line on 0333 320 1663.
Access performances, including BSL signed, captioned, audio described and relaxed, are listed on each show page where these performances are available.