51 Shaftesbury Ave.
Soho, London W1D 6BA
+44 870 950 0930
Hours: (see website)
Built in 1907, this theatre survived many performances before being hit by German troops during a World War II air raid. The facade was replaced and it reopened in 1959. It hosts one of the longest-running performances of Les Miserables in the country.
Among the ghosts of the theatre is a male presence with a habit of watching ushers in the changing room.