Once inside the theatre, a purpose-built lobby space leads to a double-height glazed bridge traversing Walker’s Court and into the restaurant and bar space. This has been inlaid with a lace-patterned design that recalls the net curtains of the area’s infamous brothels and is a recurring motif throughout different moments in the theatre’s interior design.
The restaurant has a distinct Art Deco-inspired aesthetic, with pink panelled walls alongside brass and glass fittings. This presents a striking and modern design which also picks up on the look and feel of the surrounding Soho night life. A dramatic rolled-steel feature stair hangs in the public facing Berwick Street façade, signalling the life and activity within the building and linking to the theatre space above.
SODA has designed the restuarant including the branding, menus and furniture - designed to reflect the art-deco inspired spaces and heritage of the site.