A Truly West End Theatre

Welcome to Websters Theatre, a hidden gem in the heart of the West End.

Formerly the Lansdowne Parish Church, this A-listed Gothic Revival Church was originally built by John Honeyman in 1863 and featured stained glass windows by Alf Webster, for whom the theatre is named.

It now hosts a fully equipped 182 seat theatre.

Our programme features a fantastic array of shows to suit all tastes.  You’ll find dramas, comedies, musicals, stand-up comedy, live music gigs, conferences and events presented by a wide range of local, national and international companies.

Join our mailing list to stay up to date with what’s on and find out more about ongoing work to develop, restore and maintain this beautiful building and theatre space.

What’s Coming Up

Latest News


24th September 2017

Websters Theatre reopens as of Thursday 28th September 2017. Bar & Bistro remains closed, but autumn programme will be going ahead exactly as advertised.

Websters Temporary Closure

2nd August 2017

After a stone fragment became dislodged from the Lansdowne steeple during heavy winds and rain, we have been forced to temporarily close Websters until public safety is secured.

Websters Seat Fund

Make a donation today to help us buy new seats for the theatre.