Blueberry Toast Tickets

Soho Theatre 21 Dean St, Soho, London |London|W1D 3NE
Performance Timings
Monday - 19:15
Tuesday - 19:15
Wednesday - 19:15
Thursday 15:00 19:15
Friday - 19:15
Saturday 15:00 19:15
Sunday - -
Show Info

Book Blueberry Toast Tickets

Every family has a dark underbelly, especially the perfect ones.

On a regular Sunday morning, Walt sits in his sunny suburban kitchen while wife Barb makes him breakfast. It’s not long before the mundane descends into madness.

Award-winning US playwright, Mary Laws, exposes the darker side of happily ever after in the UK premiere of this cutting, absurdly funny, twisted tragedy.

Directed by Soho Theatre’s Artistic Director Steve Marmion and starring Gala Gordon, whose credits include Three Sisters (Young Vic), The Blinding Light, (Jermyn Street Theatre) Endeavour (ITV) and The Crown (Netflix).

Mary Laws is plays include Bird Fire Fly, Wonderful, The Drive, What A Very Pretty Pageant!, Stand (an autumn play), The Trapeze Artist and This. As a screenwriter, her credits include AMC’s TV series Preacher and The Neon Demon.

Important information

Running time
1 hour 20 minutes
Booking Until
Sat, 30 June 2018
Venue Info

Soho Theatre

21 Dean St, Soho, London |London|W1D 3NE

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Soho Theatre

Address: 21 Dean Street , London, W1D 3NE


London’s most vibrant venue for new theatre, comedy and cabaret

Bang in the creative heart of London, their Dean Street home is one of the country’s busiest venues with a year-round festival programme of theatre, comedy and cabaret, and a buzzing bar. By day they're a hive of writing, workshops, showcases, meetings and events and by night they’re stage to an average of six shows and a throng of audiences and artists seeing the work and having a great time.

They have over 2,000 performances a year here: Soho Theatre Upstairs is home to intimate, surprising and adventurous work; Soho Theatre Downstairs is their New York meets Berlin comedy and cabaret space; and, Soho Theatre is their stage for powerful new theatre, opera, musical, dance and comedy. Soho Theatre Bar is open from 10am, Monday to Saturday.

Their vision is to ambitiously expand beyond Dean Street with an additional larger venue beyond central London, a digital and TV presence, as well as a strong national and international touring programme.


Hires

With three performance spaces and multiple meeting rooms, and bang in the heart of Soho, metres from Oxford Street and Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho Theatre is the perfect place for your event.

Soho Upstairs is a studio space seating 80 – 94 people
Soho Theatre is a raked auditorium seating 140
Soho Downstairs is a cabaret venue seating 140
Meeting rooms can seat from 5 to 14 around tables

Hires are available from 9am until around 5pm or 6pm (depending on the set up time we need for our evening shows).

Hires of the performance spaces are available any day of the week. As the building is usually closed on Sundays, the meeting rooms are not usually available on Sundays.

Soho Theatre Bar is an airy, lively space for a welcome drink or an event reception.


Access

We aim to reach the widest possible audience and make your visit to Soho Theatre as enjoyable as we can. This starts with our work on stage and continues throughout our building.

As well as providing a range of accessible performances, Soho Theatre is also accessible to wheelchair-users using our elevator to reach the theatre spaces, has an infra-red system (with five headsets) in the main theatre and a hearing loop system in Soho Downstairs. You can also use your own headphones in the infra-red units. We welcome accredited assistance animals (Please bring along relevant certification).


Facilities At Soho Theatre 

Facilities
Bar
Toilets


Nearest tube:  Tottenham Court Road
Tube lines: Central, Northern
Location: Fringe/Off West End
Railway station: Charing Cross
Bus numbers: 38, 14, 19
Night bus numbers: N19, N38
Car park: NCP Brewer Street
Within congestion zone?: Yes