Venue Details

8 Star Starred
Theatre Suburbia
4106 Way Out West Drive Houston, TX 77092
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Member Tips

dining

Dine before you go
1 said this
Phillip Hart
We found a new restaurant on 290 at 43rd: Captain Berry's Seafood. Good food, great service.
dining Feb 24 2014 star this tip starred
LynetteP
Bring a paper copy of your receipt. Showing it on your smartphone isn't good enough.
info Mar 17 2014 star this tip starred
Lucy Condon
locale is right betwe43rd and Hemptstead down a nice dark road but parking is free and there's plenty of it. Locatin is small and cozy. Its an all volunteer affair!
travel Mar 17 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

9 ratings
4.4 average rating
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13 events
6 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 08 2014

Always good at this theatre, but not one of our favorites.

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11 events
8 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 07 2014

Sound is always a problem in this theatre and perhaps all the effort to hear and understand took something away from the snappy structure of the usual Holmes stories. ... continued

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12 events
5 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 22 2014

The play was very well done. The man who acted as Sherlock did a great job playing his part.

The playhouse is intimate and comfortable.

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Website

http://www.theatresuburbia.net

About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre Suburbia

Theatre Suburbia is Northwest Houston's longest running all-volunteer playhouse. They are currently celebrating their 51st season and have now produced over 345 shows. Throughout the years, they have endeavored to provide quality, live theatre to the Houston area. They try to reach as many as possible, by providing a wide variety of plays as well as the unique sets seen with each show. Theatre Suburbia is a small theatre, but that only refers to their physical limitations, not the quailty of work they perform.