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A great play from David Haigh, again plumbing the depths of our emotions as we find out the true story of the weather prior to DDay. A capable cast transport us back to 1944.Pressure is only on for two ore weeks-GO! The theatre needs some...More
Let's be blunt: when people talk about a quaint, intimidate theatre they often mean it's simply uncomfortable. And on a hot August night in central London, the Ambassadors takes discomfort to almost artistic levels. Roughly half the people in the front row of the Dress...More
Recently went to watch Pressure by David Haig, from entering the theatre to leaving was a pleasure. The staff were superb, the play was great, actors were impeccable, loved it.
I’m on the big side which is my own doing however my backside became a...More
Went on Saturday to see a great David Haig play. Really good play, timely in the sense of the weather being hot. Some of the old biddies near me were moaning about the state of the theatre, however you go to see the play and...More
The Ambassadors is tucked away in a backstreet in the West End, opposite the Ivy, an eatery I and my bank balance have avoided all our joint lives.
The Theatre is small, almost cosy, and a brilliant place to see a play such as David...More
Went to see David Haigs play called Pressure. This is a true story of the 4 days before D Day when decisions had to be made regarding whether the weather conditions would be ok for it to happen. David Haig wrote the book and stars...More
Went to see The Best Man here. Great cast, very enjoyable, much funnier than I expected. The theatre itself is small and we had a good view from the second row in the circle. Due to its size it has a very intimate feel which...More
I went to see Anthony Horowitz’s play Mindgame yesterday it is a gripping psychological thriller with three actors with a plot that keeps twisting so you are never sure of the ending. Well worth a visit.
The small faces play about there careers, what a great show well acted and fascinating from start to finish. No wonder why they had a standing ovation. A must visit. Well done to the cast and producers.
If you enjoy 60`s music and a good night out this is not to be missed. In the charming and intimate Ambassadors Theater which is worth a visit by itself. The cast were amazingly talented and the music expertly played and sung.
5 stars all...More
Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated
by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.
Honestly I can not identify the "best restaurant" on the premises. However there are several options that allow you to dine at 6.00. There are pubs, Italian restaurants, among others. One of the great advantages in... More
Honestly I can not identify the "best restaurant" on the premises. However there are several options that allow you to dine at 6.00. There are pubs, Italian restaurants, among others. One of the great advantages in restaurants near the theaters is that they are always open (until 10.00 p.m. or 10.30 p.m.).