Ever since it was founded in 1979, the Gate Theatre has earned a reputation as one of London’s smallest but best Off-West End theatres. Over the decades, this Arts Council-funded Notting Hill space has become known for staging challenging work with an international slant. In its intimate, ever-transforming 75 seat venue, it produces epic theatre and takes big ideas of global concern. Situated above the Prince Albert Pub, it has been a springboard for artists such as Jude Law, Stephen Daldry and Ian MacNeil. And with it offering a hugely varied programme, no two visits to the Gate are ever the same. You’ll find it conveniently located just a couple of minutes from Notting Hill Gate Underground Station and is close to many pubs and restaurants.