Nearest station to Wheatsheaf

 
 
ADDRESS
Wheatsheaf, 6 Stoney Street, Bankside, London SE1 9AA 
 
 

Location map of Wheatsheaf

 
 
 

Underground Stations

Distance

 
London Bridge Tube Station

21 Dukes Street Hill, London, Bankside, SE1 9SP

4 mins from Wheatsheaf

 
Borough Tube Station

196-198 Borough High Street, London, Southwark, SE1 1JX

6 mins from Wheatsheaf

 

12 mins from Wheatsheaf

 

Mainline Stations

Distance

 
London Bridge Railway Station

London Bridge Street, London, Bankside, SE1 9SP , Underground lines: Northern, Jubilee

4 mins from Wheatsheaf

 
Elephant

London Road, London, Elephant and Castle, SE1 6LW , Underground lines: Northern, Bakerloo

15 mins from Wheatsheaf

 
Waterloo Railway Station

, London, South Bank, SE1 7LT , Underground lines: Waterloo & City, Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee

19 mins from Wheatsheaf

 

Hotels near Wheatsheaf

The London Borough of Southwark

 
The London Borough of Southwark

Southwark Southwark is the historical home of the capital's arts and entertainments industry. London's first theatres, the Globe, the Hope and The Rose were all built there in the 16th century and Shakespeare's plays first performed there. The rebuilt Globe theatre is now one of the best theatres in London, while the neighbouring Tate Modern, housed in the stupendous Bankside Power Station, is among the world's most popular art galleries. London's modern City Hall and the magnificent, gothic Southwark Cathedral, complete a remarkable set of buildings that show five centuries of London's architectural achievements. Next to Bankside, the borough takes in the up-and-coming areas of Bermondsey, Camberwell and Peckham, where Only Fools and Horse was set. This part of London is currently popular with young professionals and artists due to its proximity to the centre of town and low property prices. Nearby Borough Market is heaving with fresh, organic food and drink. In the south of the borough lies leafy, suburban Dulwich which forms a welcome contrast to the bustling energy that defines the rest of one of London's oldest areas.

 
 

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Assassins
Assassins
Theatre | Until 7th March 2015 

Menier Chocolate Factory 3 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

Jamie Lloyd directs Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's musical about the various men and women who have attempted - sometimes ...More

 
The Knight of the Burning Pestle
The Knight of the Burning Pestle
Theatre | Until 11th January 2015 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 6 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

The Jacobean comedy written by Francis Beaumont, The Knight of the Burning Pestle, an uproarious play about a grocer and ...More

 
The Nutcracker And The Mouse King
The Nutcracker And The Mouse King
Theatre | Until 4th January 2015 

Unicorn Theatre 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

One of three festive shows for families at the Unicorn theatre this Christmas, Annie Siddons creates a new adaptation of ...More

 
Scrunch
Scrunch
Theatre | Until 4th January 2015 

Unicorn Theatre 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

The perfect introduction to theatre for the very young, Scrunch uses sounds like snow on the ground and visually appealing ...More

 
The Fourth Wise Man
The Fourth Wise Man
Theatre | Until 4th January 2015 

Unicorn Theatre 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

If you thought there were only three wise men, The Fourth Wise Man will make you think again. Lee Lyford, ...More

 
Abstraction And The Sublime
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2015 

Tate Modern 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

Works exploring affinities between the approach of American post-war abstractionists such as Jackson Pollock, and the European landscape painting tradition ...More

Constructionism
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

An art exhibition curated by Tanya Barson and Matthew Gale, focusing on mid-20th century artists whose work explored geometric structures, ...More

Elegies
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

Works by Claude Monet, Joan Mitchell and Lee Ufan, all of which explore meditative approaches to abstraction....More

Around Abstract Art 1920-1935
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

An exhibition exploring the development of abstract art in the inter-war period, and how the term came to be favoured ...More

Minimalism
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 8 minutes walk from Wheatsheaf

An art exhibition curated by Helen Sainsbury, exploring the development of an aesthetic sensibility characterised by austerity and restraint....More

 

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Christmas Pantos in London
Christmas Pantos in London

Pantomimes are an integral part of the festive calendar - Oh no, they're not! Oh yes, they are! - so ...More

 
Christmas Fishmongers in London
Christmas Fishmongers in London

Smoked salmon is the traditional Christmas fish, popular not just for its flavour, but for the ease of preparation, and the ...More

 
Dead Sheep
Theatre | 1st April 2015 - 9th May 2015 

Park Theatre

Dead Sheep at the Park Theatre tells the story of how Margaret Thatcher was brought down by her one time ...More

Dracula! Mr Swallow The Musical
Dracula! Mr Swallow The Musical
Theatre | 9th February 2015 - 28th February 2015 

Soho Theatre

A big hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, Dracula! Mr Swallow the Musical transfers to London for three weeks only, showing ...More

 
Buyer and Cellar
Theatre | 11th March 2015 - 2nd May 2015 

Menier Chocolate Factory

Ugly Betty's Michael Urie stars in the much anticipated comedy Buyer and Cellar at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The US ...More

Southbank Winter Festival
Southbank Winter Festival
Seasonal | Until 11th January 2015 

Southbank Centre

The Southbank Winter Festival takes place this festive season at venues both within the Southbank Centre itself and across the ...More

 
Temple
Temple
Theatre | 21st May 2015 - 25th July 2015 

The Donmar Warehouse

Steve Waters' new play, Temple, takes audiences to the heart of 2011's Occupy London crisis at St Paul's Cathedral. The ...More

 
Babaji Pide
Opened December 2014 

Alan Yau, the restaurateur who created Wagamama, Busaba Eathai, Hakkasan, and Yauatcha, is behind this Turkish pizzeria on Shaftesbury Avenue. ...More

The Ealing Park Tavern
Opened Mid December 2014 

One of Ealing's most historic pubs, the Ealing Park Tavern, re-opens in mid-December 2014 under new owners Tom and Ed ...More

Brew Putney
Brew Putney
Opened 24th November 2014 

At 3,000 square feet Brew Putney on Lower Richmond Road is the fourth and largest Brew Cafe, offering not ...More

 
 
 
 
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