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The Hope Theatre is a place for new ideas, presenting a mix of new writing, lost gems from well-known writers, re-polished classics & innovatively staged musicals. Although The Hope Theatre receives no public subsidy, it was the first fringe venue...more
207 Upper Street | Islington, London N1 1RL, England
It was our first visit to this lovely theatre yesterday. Possibly one of the smallest fringe theatres I've been to.
The play was very high standard, brilliant actresses.
Can definitely recommend. Will be back.
This weeks culture happened to be in the form of fringe theatre.
Good location and close to a very good French restaurant we went to first.
Easy transport links and a warm welcome into the pub, Collected tickets from a very polite young guy and...More
During a weekend trip to London and a visit to the Hope & Anchor, discovered this little theatre and took in a play. The theatre is immediately above the pub, seats around 30 or 40 people and is an intimate space for performances. There is...More
Saw the Gothic season performance of House of Usher in this out of town atmospheric and relaxed setting. Quirky box office at the end of the bar with polite and informative service. Relax in the bar of the Hope and Anchor pub with a good...More
Very small inside but allows a real close up experience in viewing the production. Even the outside noise adds to the show. They who run the theatre do an excellent job and must be applauded. Give the Hope a chance, go see a play there.