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“A place where you can find David Hasselhoff, Elvis, the King and many more”

The New Wimbledon Theatre
Ranked #286 of 1,816 things to do in London
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The theatre is based slightly out of the city centre in beautiful SW19 - Wimbledon. They put on good shows and the feeling in the theatre has a very personal touch, you somehow connect with the stage and the show. I went there twice so far, I saw David Hasselhoff in the Last Night a DJ Saved My Life, this was so funny! This year we went to see This is Elvis, and It's true what they say: The King is alive :) Very good show and amazing performance. Apart from that, there are very nice pubs just around the corner, the staff is kind and helpful and the theatre and its architecture remind on its importance in the history. If you are looking for something special and a unique experience book a show in Wimbledon.

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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

Amazing showing, fantastic story and incredible dancers. Flavia & vuncent absolutely sensational dancers and excellent seats.

Although the staff are appalling, they are not equality understanding. They do not undersrand that even though you nay look able bodied, you can still be disabled. When you challenge and say thats why you booked the seats, they say your francuating the siruation and if you carry on yourll be asked to leave. Later i find out the persons in front state i was kaughjng at them ... laughing at the jokes in the show as was everyone else.... appalling treated tgen when approached the nanager the staff were kaughjng and smerking. Absolutely appalling by the staff, wasnt even prepared to listen to me, they said they knew enough from the reporting person. J told them frankly you know nothing of version of the situation... they didnt care. Customer service terrible. Why would i pay fir top seats ro tslk through a fabulous show... lersonal i think the people in front just wanted to be moved to a box which they got f.o.c cheek of skme people exploiting as some elses expense.

Thank Sally B
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Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

A great show the music so good I would recommend anyone to go and see it the theatre is lovely well set out

Thank htoninbolton
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Reviewed 13 February 2018

I have used the New Wimbledon Theatre for many a year for panto, it is a fantastic building inside, however this was the first 'concert' I had attended there. Living on the Surrey borders this is an ideal venue for the more intimate concert, just big enough to pay for a bit of quality but not cavernous so that you feel disconnected from the acts.

We had Cutting Crew, Nik Kershaw and Go West on the bill for the night, and all of them were top notch, with the biggest surprise being the Cutting Crew who kicked the evening off and set the tone.

A great night, sound was good and close enough to the acts to feel part of the show.

New Wimbledon Theatre, more of this please, might go for a membership if you can up your game this way.

Thank Camdenbear
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

We visited the theatre on Saturday the 10th February the theatre itself is fantastic, the only thing I could find to complain about is the price at the bar, I expected it to be a little bit more than other places but not that much more, must do better

Thank Mick M
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