Barons Court Theatre is a small theatre of 52 cinema-style seats located in the basement of The Curtains Up public house in Comeragh Road in West London. Founded in 1991, the Barons Court Theatre features a programme of short-run plays and afternoon magic shows that are frequently changed. 
Ron Phillips was the artistic director at the theatre's inception, and productions at Barons Court Theatre included Sophocles's Antigone , Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment , Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles , Ibsen's A Doll's House , Shakespeare's Richard III & Shakespeare's Women .  Noted performers who have performed at the theatre include Sara Kestelman in Bitter Fruits of Palestine.
The theatre also hosted The Magic Cavern, a theatre show of magic and illusion, presented by international magician Richard Leigh.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Barons Court Theatre was closed for over a year. In 2021, artistic director Ron Phillips retired and was succeeded by Sharon Willems, previous artistic director of Kibo Productions.
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