Between hosting a West End show, working on a multi-million pound building renovation project, or setting up a brand new Events department, there is always plenty of exciting work going on at the Shaftesbury Theatre.
Browse our blogs and news to read all the latest Mrs. Doubtfire news, keep up to date on our journey, and find out more about the Shaftesbury Theatre’s fascinating history.
From twinkling lights and dazzling displays to charming markets and seasonal shows, we’re a big fan of everything London has to offer – so we’ve rounded up some our favourite family activities to keep you…
Shaftesbury Theatre has been welcoming exciting and innovative productions to its stage for over a century, leaving an indelible mark on audiences’ hearts.
In the modern age of remote working, private meeting rooms offer the perfect solution for meetings, offsites, presentations and collaborative sessions.
A trip to the West End is the perfect gift for any theatre fan – but with so many options out there, how can you make the right decision?
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Shaftesbury Theatre has been telling the inspiring stories of the women who work every day to keep the Theatre going.
In the week that marks a year since the start of the war in Ukraine, the Theatre, its staff and the cast and crew of & Juliet will express solidarity with the Ukrainian people by…
Our Dramatic Transformation project at the Shaftesbury Theatre has now delivered two new hospitality spaces, the 1911 and the Taffner Suite.
As a partnership between RIBA and The British Council, Open Door celebrates architecturally outstanding work in China and the UK with an emphasis on conservation.
Enhancing its hospitality facilities with the launch of an elegant new events space, the Theatre is now open to host a range of events, from conferences and social gatherings to seminars and product launches.
In anticipation of the opening of several new bars and hospitality suites, the Shaftesbury has announced its partnership with several award-winning brands, including BrewDog, Halewood and Amalia.
If you live or work in the area immediately around the Shaftesbury Theatre, you may have felt some vibrations starting today.
Thames Water have asked the Theatre to pass on some information about their work on Shaftesbury Avenue. This update is dated the 7th July 2021.