The Old Vic

103 The Cut,
Corner of Waterloo Road,
London,
SE1 8NB

The Old Vic Theatre is home to a number of productions, including All My Sons and The American Clock. Read on to find out what’s on at The Old Vic, and more information about its venue and its facilities.

Map & Directions: Old Vic Theatre

CAPACITY: The Old Vic theatre has a capacity of 1,045.

AIR-CONDITIONING: Yes

BARS: Have a drink in one of The Old Vic bars before the show starts. Choose from Penny’s cafe and bar or Mark’s cocktail bar.

WHEELCHAIR SPACES: There are four wheelchair spaces in the Stalls of The Old Vic. Transfer seating to aisle seats in Stalls is also available.

DISABLED TOILETS: Yes

HEARING IMPAIRED ASSISTANCE: Unfortunately there is no hearing impaired assistance available.

GUIDE DOGS: Guide dogs are not allowed inside auditorium, but staff will look after up to two dogs per performance.

NEAREST TUBE/RAIL STATION: The Old Vic’s nearest tube station is Waterloo

BUSES: If you need to reach The Old Vic by bus, you can take the numbers 1, 4, 68, 176, 188, 501.

NEAREST CAR PARKS: If you’re travelling to the theatre by car, the nearest car park is on Coin Street.

PLEASE NOTE: The Old Vic will be making changes to the theatre and will be under construction until Autumn 2019. During this period, there will no loos in the building and the restaurant, Penny, will be shut for refurbishment. Instead, there will be temporary loos on Webber Street (left hand side as you come to the theatre) for all audience members to use, and the Dress Circle bar will be open to the public during the day for drinks and snacks. During the evening, the Dress Circle and Lilian Baylis bars will be open as usual, whereas stalls bookers will be able to purchase drinks inside the auditorium before taking their seats. Contact the box office with any queries/questions on this period.

The Old Vic - Events

 
Book A Christmas Carol Tickets
A Christmas Carol
Matthew Warchus’ big-hearted, smash hit production of Charles Dickens’ immortal classic returns to The Old Vic, joyously adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne. The...
Book Eureka Day Tickets
Eureka Day
Jonathan Spector's EUREKA DAY has been announced as part of the Old Vic's ongoing season. Set during a mumps outbreak in Berkeley, California in 2017, a usually progressive...
Book Whose Planet Are You On? Tickets
Whose Planet Are You On?
WHOSE PLANET ARE YOU ON? will be performing at The Old Vic for a one-night-only performance on 16th October 2022! WHOSE PLANET ARE YOU ON? is a collection of four monologues...