Marylebone Theatre exterior front door.

About Us

The Marylebone Theatre is London’s newest cross-cultural, performance space. Once known as the Steiner Hall, the theatre has undergone an extensive refurbishment, as a result of which it is now a versatile, state-of-the-art space, launching with an exciting programme of theatre performances, concerts, dance and spoken word events.

"Only mystery allows us to live, only mystery"
Federico Garcia Lorca

At the Marylebone Theatre, our goal is to produce distinctively visionary theatre, which explores and refreshes the great poetic tradition whilst boldly engaging with the pressing issues of our times. Drawing on the inspiration of theatre visionaries, from Brook and Miller to Steiner and Chekhov, we aim to create performance art, which is daringly innovative and arrestingly beautiful. We place a special emphasis on intercultural creativity and the inspiration that arises from working across cultural barriers. As well as in-house productions, we curate a high-quality programme of music, dance and poetry performances. We also welcome in-coming companies from all over the world. Through our funded community-in-the-arts scheme, we also support numerous local groups with important social missions and run our own youth theatre and arts-based educational programme.

"The nicest, most welcoming front-of-house teams I’ve encountered in London’’ 

West End Evenings 

‘’The new Marylebone Theatre is a delightful addition to the London theatrical landscape which definitely deserves a visit’’ 

London Living large 

‘’The wonderful new Marylebone Theatre’’ 

The Up-Coming 

‘’Houses a lovely, intimate stage’’ 

North West End 

‘’Grand and palatial’’   

Theatre Reviews 

‘’Attractive and comfortable’’ 

Fairy Powered Productions 

Our Team

Alexander J Gifford
Artistic Director
Adrian Locher
Executive Director
Tim Supple
Associate Director
Peter Oswald
Associate Writer
Freny Nina Pavri
Associate Producer
Robin Tyson
Music Programmer
Julia Smith
Youth Theatre Coordinator
Bid Mosaku
Community Engagement
Eugenia Valloreo
Marketing Assistant
Chris Marsh-Hilfiker
Technical Manager
Stuart Connery
Cafe Manager
Lucy Clark
Youth Theatre Director
Sam Veck
Business Manager
Jess Taylor
Venue Coordinator
Beresford Hodge
In-House Photographer
Make A Noise
Marketing Agency
Chloé Nelkin Consulting

Our Patrons

Past Productions


written and performed by Roger Peltzman, directed by Jessi D. Hill

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'Peltzman’s one-hour solo show is put together with such grace, beauty and sorrow that it offers a richly rewarding and thoughtful experience. At key moments during the show, Peltzman takes to the grand piano on stage, and plays like an angel'  Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  'The combination of story, music, history, and heart is incredibly potent and poignant. An extraordinary story… powerful and moving' The Wee Review

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  'A beautiful celebration of a lost talent' UKTW

New York pianist, Roger Peltzman’s one-person show, Dedication, recounts his family’s tragic history fleeing the Nazis in war-torn Europe using drama, humor, powerful images and musical performances of everything from blues to Chopin. Drawn into the story of people he never knew, Peltzman develops a “relationship” with his uncle, Norbert Stern, a brilliant pianist who was murdered in Auschwitz at age 21. Learning that Holocaust trauma can be inherited, Peltzman recounts his coming to terms with second generation survivor trauma and the role of music in helping to manage wounds that will never fully heal. A singular tale from the Holocaust that is at once extraordinary and relatable

The Dry House

written and directed by Eugene O'Hare

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'A very powerful experience' London Theatre 1

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'As bleak and beautiful a work as you might care to imagine' Daily Mail

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ '‘A thoughtful, character-driven piece’ WhatsOnStage

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'Powerful, timely, and beautifully acted' West End Best Friend

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'Mairead McKinley, Kathy Kiera Clarke and Carla Langley breathe life into three, heartbreakingly damaged characters' London Box Office

In the Irish border town of Newry, Chrissy promises her sister Claire that after one final drink she will go to The Dry House to get sober. Does she mean it this time?

Grenfell: System Failure

in association with Nick of Time Productions and the Playground Theatre

edited by Richard Norton-Taylor & Nicolas Kent, directed by Nicolas Kent

Following critically acclaimed production Grenfell: Value Engineering, Grenfell: System Failure asks further vital questions raised at the Grenfell Tower Inquiry in the last eighteen months.

Based entirely on the words of those involved in the final phase of the Inquiry (December 2020 – July 2022), Grenfell: System Failure interrogates why the testing regime failed to warn of the danger of installing inflammable materials, why manufacturers promoted such products with no regard to safety, why government regulations ignored the dangers and were not updated, and why politicians failed to ensure proper oversight. Through the testimonies of bereaved residents, it explores how they were failed by the London Fire Brigade on the night and abandoned by the local authority in the chaos of the fire’s aftermath.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'Essential viewing… This is state-of-the-nation stuff' Daily Telegraph on Grenfell: Value Engineering

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'There's nothing like seeing this evidence live' WhatsOnStage on Grenfell: Value Engineering

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'Mesmerising and informative' The Times on Grenfell: Value Engineering

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ''Vital, galvanising, public witness-bearing' Financial Times on Grenfell: Value Engineering


by Peter Oswald after Friedrich Schiller, directed by Tim Supple

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'This is a wonderful, magnificent piece of theatre’ Theatre Reviews 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'A powerfully relevant story that has been spectacularly told’ Theatre Weekly 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 'This bold new play in its bold, new venue has plenty to say’ Broadway World 

’An epic saga’ The Daily Mail 

’It really IS astonishing' FairyPowered Productions 

'A powerful piece’ British Theatre Guide 

A brilliant poetic drama that cuts to the psychological, political, and spiritual heart of the epochal Russian story.