With direction from the Olivier- award winning Dominic Cooke and starring critically acclaimed actor David Tentant, Good is expected to take the West End by storm for a limited time only at the Playhouse Theatre! Having enjoyed several outstanding performances in shows both on the stage (Don Huan in Soho, Hamlet, Much A Do About Nothing) and on screen (Doctor Who, Mary Queen of Scots, You Me & Him, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), award-winning actor David Tenant will not disappoint!
Good follows the story of John Halder, a decent, intelligent man who has to adapt to survive in Nazi Germany. Written by C.P Taylore, Good was first commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1981. A powerful, unforgettable revival of a play which is in many ways relevant to our current political climate, Good tickets are expected to be in high demand so grab your tickets while you can!
John Halder, a talented, liberal-minded, music-loving professor, lives in Nazi Germany and is best friends with Maurice, a Jewish man Adapting his ways to simply survive Nazism, Halder finds himself being seduced into a regime which goes against everything he stood for and his actions escalate dramatically...
Good tickets start at £23 and are as expensive as £162.50. The Playhouse Theatre is divided into the Stalls, the Dress Circle and the UpperCircle.
If you are looking for the best seats in the house, which are also the most expensive, these can be found in the mid-centre of the Stalls and the Dress Circle, which provides excellent views of the stage.
If you are looking for cheaper tickets, then these can be found at the back of the Dress Circle and the Upper Circle, where there are slightly restricted views of the stage but you can still enjoy an incredible theatrical experience.
You can easily reach the Playhouse Theatre by both public transport and car. However, please note that the Playhouse Theatre is in London’s Congestion Charge Zone. London’s Congestion Charge Zone costs £11.50 between 7am and 6pm. The Playhouse Theatre London address is:
Northumberland Ave, London, WC2N 5DE
Train: the closest train station to the theatre is Charing Cross Station, which is only a 5 minute walk away from the Playhouse Theatre.
Tube: Embankment (Bakerloo, District, Circle, Northern) is the nearest tube station to the Playhouse Theatre. Charing Cross tube station (Northern, Bakerloo) is also close to the Playhouse theatre and is only a 5 minute walk away.
Bus: you can use one of the many bus routes which stop close to the Playhouse Theatre, including bus lines 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 23, 24, 87, 88, 91, 139 and 453. These buses stop close to Trafalgar Square which is less than a 10 minute walk away.
Car: the Playhouse Theatre is a member of the Q-Park’s Theatreland discounted parking scheme which means that you can benefit from 50% off your parking ticket. The nearest car parks to the Playhouse Theatre are situated at Trafalgar Square and Chinatown. These car parks are about 10 to 15 minutes walk away.
If you have any questions or need to make any access bookings, , please call the Playhouse theatre prior to your visit using the Playhouse theatre access line 0800 912 6971 or email: email@example.com.
Getting into the Theatre
The Playhouse Theatre, which is located on Northumberland Street, is 3 steps up from street level and has double doors. The Playhouse Theatre can put a temporary ramp in place for wheelchair users.
Inside the Theatre
The Stalls is the most accessible section of the theatre, which are step-free from the foyer to seating. The wheelchair spaces are located in Row G and J and there is space for