Pleasance Theatre

Pleasance Theatre

Carpenters Mews, London, N7 9EF
Main House (289); StageSpace Studio (60) people


The Pleasance Theatre was founded in 1996 to provide a permanent home for the energy and talent the Pleasance is renowned for in Edinburgh. There are two theatre spaces: the Main House, and a studio - the StageSpace. The building that is now the Pleasance Theatre Islington was once the timber store for the London Omnibus Company.

The Pleasance in Islington has provided a launch pad for memorable productions and has helped springboard bright UK comedians, including Michael McIntyre, Russell Brand and Micky Flanagan.

Map and travel info

Pleasance TheatreCarpenters Mews, London, N7 9EF
Nearest tubeCaledonian Road

Location: Fringe/Off West End Railway station: Caledonian Road and Barnsbury Bus numbers: 393 Car park: Metered parking on North Road during office hours. Free in evenings Directions from tube: Turn left out the station and then take the first left up North Road. The Theatre is then 100m up on your left.

Located in Congestion Charge ZoneNo

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