Lower Marsh is situated at the heart of one most vibrant, eclectic, and creative areas in London: Waterloo. Home to bars, pubs, theatres, restaurants and local shops, this is an area that mustn’t be slept on.

Steeped in history, it is surrounded by historic establishments such as The Old Vic theatre - a non-for-profit and the starting point for many of the current performing arts and theatre companies in the heart of London.

A stones’s throw from Lower Marsh lies Roupell Street, one of the most historic streets in Waterloo. A Georgian street often used to film TV shows and movies, it is made up of 70 Georgian-style houses, a pub, and a Victorian school - it’s got to be seen to be believed.

The Cut, just at the north end of Lower Marsh is an area full of traditional restaurants (from Spanish, to Chinese or Japanese) and a wide range of watering holes to suit any occasion, but best enjoyed pre-show if you’re off to the Young Vic, located on the same street.

Come morning or night, fall in love with an area that deserves your attention - and we can assure you, you won’t be disappointed.

Roupell Street

Roupell Street

 
The Old Vic Theatre

The Old Vic Theatre

Waterloo Station

Waterloo Station