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With her sharp corrosive wit Reza rips the thin veneer of civility with heart-pounding honesty. God of Carnage is the unmissable darkly funny roller-coaster you won’t want to end.Book online now using your Theatre Tokens: officiallondontheatre.com/show/god-of-carnage-111439352
This performance will feature haze. This production will contain strong language, simulated vomit and one instance of racist language.16+
This new production of The Empress will take you from the rugged gangways of Tilbury docks to the grandeur of Queen Victoria’s Palace, whilst unveiling the long and embedded culture of British Asian history.Book online now using your Theatre Tokens: officiallondontheatre.com/show/the-empress-111439353
This production contains explicit language, depictions and description of violence and sexual advances.11+
The easiest way to get to us is on public transport we are a two minute walk from both Hammersmith tube stations and the bus station. Hammersmith is in oyster card zone 2.We are a 20-minute tube ride from Central London on the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines (2 min walk from station), and District and Piccadilly lines (2 min walk from station), and easily accessible by bus and car. Oyster card Zone 2.There are cycle racks on Lyric Square in front of our entrance. There are also Transport for London Cycle Hire docking points on Bridge Avenue, Southerton Road and Hammersmith Road, all a short walk from us.
The nearest car park is the Kings Mall car park, travel along King Street, go past Primark and turn 2nd right onto Cambridge Grove, follow to the top of the road and turn right onto Glenthorne Road. The car park is situated on the right after Leamore Street. The car park is open 24 hours.Address for SAT-NAV: Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, W6 0LJ Accessible Parking:The nearest disabled parking spaces to the Lyric are in the King’s Mall shopping centre car park on Level 6 and 7. Leave the car park by the Beadon Road exit and turn right, Lyric Square is a short walk from there.There are disabled bays in Hammersmith and Fulham at the following locations:- Margravine Road (12 min walk to Lyric Hammersmith)- Lochaline Street (12 min walk to Lyric Hammersmith)- Yeldham Road (12 min walk to Lyric Hammersmith)- Biscay Road (11 min walk to Lyric Hammersmith)There is a car drop off point on Lyric Square on Beadon Road.
On the ground floor, our café opens out on to Lyric Square. Serving a delicious all day menu featuring superb speciality coffee and award-winning Chelsea buns at breakfast, superfood salads and hand-made pies at lunch, alongside delectable cakes and sweet treats throughout the day.Lyric Café is open from 8am – 6pm Mon – Fri, 9.30am – 6pm Sat and on selected Sundays during the year when we have performances.
Whether you’re looking for a pre-theatre meal, relaxing lunch, an after work drink or celebration meal we have something for you.The Lyric Bar & Grill, is located upstairs with a stunning roof garden which overlooks Lyric Square. Serving lunch and pre-theatre dinner from our grill, you can also enjoy one of our freshly prepared salads or popular burgers.For theatregoers and those looking for a quick snack to accompany their post-work drink there’s an array of sharing platters, healthy salad boxes or a variety of bar food and quick bites. And our Little Lyric meals are available throughout the day to complement your family trip to our panto or Little Lyric shows. Don’t forget to pre-order your pre-show meal or interval drinks.The Lyric Bar & Grill is open from 12noon till 11pm Mon-Sat and on selected Sundays during the year when we have performances. To make a booking for 10 or more guests, to amend a booking or for more information: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 3475 7720.
The Lyric Bar & Grill is located upstairs with a stunning roof garden which overlooks Lyric Square. During the warmer months our roof garden comes alive with beautiful flora and is a perfect setting for group parties, after-work drinks and al fresco dining.The Lyric Bar & Grill is open from 12noon till 11pm Mon-Sat and on selected Sundays during the year when we have performances.
The Lyric Hammersmith is inclusive and welcoming to all. Our building is fully accessible and we provide a wide variety of accessible performances, classes and activities.The Lyric is fully equipped with elevators to our two theatres, the Main House and Studio, and to the Reuben Foundation Wing, where most of our classes and activities take place.Each Main House show has an Open Captioned and Audio Described performance, with BSL Interpreted and Relaxed performances for our annual panto.The Lyric has a range of toilet facilities available on every level, including all-gender, gender specific and private accessible toilets in our café, on the Stalls level, on our balcony level near the creative space, and a ‘Changing Places’ toilet in the Reuben Foundation Wing. We also have a baby change facility and accessible toilet on our first floor near the entrance to the Reuben Foundation Wing.For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: lyric.co.uk/our-home/access/
The Lyric Hammersmith Theatre is one of the UK's leading producing theatres; creating world class theatre from the heart of Hammersmith, the theatre’s home for more than a hundred and twenty years. The Lyric has two stages – a Frank Matcham designed traditional Victorian Main House and a flexible contemporary Studio theatre. The theatre’s Reuben Foundation Wing, which opened in 2015, houses state-of-the-art creation and arts education facilities for theatre, dance, film, digital and music. At the heart of the Lyric is a commitment to young people’s creativity. The theatre has gained a national reputation for its ground breaking work to forge pathways into the arts for young talent from all backgrounds, helping to diversify our industry. Central to the Lyric’s work is a commitment to providing opportunities for children and young people who are disadvantaged. The Lyric is the largest creative hub in West London and home to an innovative partnership of arts organisations who work together to deliver life-changing creative opportunities for thousands of young West Londoners.
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