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Marylebone Theatre

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In Person: 35 Park Road, London, NW1 6XT
Phone: 0207 723 7984

What's On Highlights

The Ring of Fire
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The Ring of Fire is an experimental, ground-breaking opera composed by Avet Terterian in 1967 in Armenia, a country hidden behind the Iron Curtain. Avet Terterian (1929-1994) was a Soviet Armenian composer scarcely known in his own country, but renowned in the Soviet Union. The recipient of prizes in East and West, he was praised by the likes of Dmitri Shostakovitch. He produced a large body of work including eight symphonies, orchestral and chamber works, songs, film music and another opera, Earthquake in 1984. In a courageously modern and eclectic western style, The Ring of Fire blends harmonic and atonal elements while also incorporating motifs of Armenian folk music.

Against the backdrop of a raging civil war, two combatants find themselves marooned together on an island. Haunted by the spirits of the past, their conflict becomes one between love and ideology.

Brainiac Live!
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Rupert Gavin & Mallory Factor and Dan Colman Creative present

Strap on your safety goggles boys and girls: BRAINIAC LIVE IS BACK!!!
Due to popular demand Science's greatest and most volatile live show is returning with a vengeance to London this Summer playing at the Marylebone Theatre for 4 weeks only.
More mischievous than ever before Brainiac Live! the UK’s Original science show explodes on stage and will take you on a breathless ride through the wild world of the weird and wonderful.
Watch from the safety of your seat as the Brainiacs delve fearlessly into the mysteries of science and do all those things on stage that you’re too scared to do at home!
With a great range of experiments and demonstrations join the Brainiacs in this, messy, loud, live audience participation all action live show that’s set to blow your minds.

Suitable for ages 5+ but great for all the family, it’s the perfect Summer holiday treat!

The Unlikely Secret Agent
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It’s 1963, South Africa. The country is on a knife edge. Political protest, sabotage and violence engulfs the country. The Apartheid government, under Hendrik Verwoerd, brutally suppresses resistance. Under the State of Emergency, the feared Special Branch of the police arrest anyone suspected of being involved in underground activities.

Eleanor, an unassuming, young single mother is arrested at Griggs Bookstore where she works in Durban and taken for questioning. The police are on the hunt for her lover, the notorious “terrorist”, Red Ronnie Kasrils. She finds herself detained under the 90-day detention act and brutally interrogated. They will “break her or hang her”.

Ronnie is wanted for his involvement in a string of sabotage bombings of electricity pylons, the Durban post office and the offices of the Special Branch. There is no point in her resisting, the police “know everything”.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank
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Strong language, discussion of sensitive topics including current world politics and international relations and drug use.



The theatre is located only 5 minutes away from Baker street station. You can find the theatre on the ground floor of Rudolf Steiner House building in Park Road .


Marylebone Theatre offers 20% discount on pre booked parking at the Q-Park Car Park on Church Street. Enter the code MTPARKING at checkout, and the 20% will be applied. There is also parking opposite the theatre and on Regent's Park outer circle, close to the theatre, which is free after 6.30PM. The theatre is outside of the congestion zone.


Our new refurbished cafe/bar will open in September 2022, serving a range of alcoholic, non-alcoholic and hot drinks alongside snacks and small plates.

Access Info

Marylebone Theatre is fully accessible with two dedicated wheelchair spaces alongside reserved companion seating. An accessible toilet is located on the ground floor theatre lobby.

Marylebone Theatre is London’s newest cross-cultural, performance space. Once known as the Steiner Hall, the theatre has undergone an extensive refurbishment, as a result of which it is now a versatile, state-of-the-art space, launching with an exciting programme of theatre performances, concerts, dance and spoken word events.

The venue produces up to four in-house theatre productions per year with an emphasis on new writing and the poetic word. Marylebone Theatre strives to create plays that are distinctively visionary for audiences in search of more. As well as in-house productions, the venue curates a high-quality programme of music, dance, and poetry performances. Marylebone Theatre collaborates with a diverse range of artists across a range of genres, including sacred and classical, jazz and folk, ballet and contemporary.

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