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The magnificent London theatre Prince of Wales is positioned at 31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS. With the huge occupancy of 1160, the seating is categorized into Stalls and Dress Circle. The stunning theatre is positioned close to some of the popular tourist spots Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. Some of the most popular tourist spots are located at a nearby distance which includes Big Ben and Trafalgar Square.
For those who are looking for some gala time in London then Prince of Wales Theatre is situated at an ideal location. To make things more exciting and enjoyable for the visitors, the area is engulfed with some of the finest as well as affordable restaurants and bars along with pre-theatre meal deal packages. Located at an accessible location via tubes, buses, taxis or cars.
For the disabled patrons and carers, special discounted tickets are available. The box office is installed with induction loop point as well as an infra-red system inside the main auditorium. In the year 1884, Prince of Wales Theatre was constructed and was originally named as Prince’s Theatre. To honour the future Edward VII, name of the theatre was changed after two years.
During the first few decades, some of the major productions by WS Gilbert, Ibsen and Sheridan were hosted at the theatre. The first English Musical Comedy George Edwardes In Town was played at the theatre in the year 1892. To increase the seating capacity, theatre was demolished and rebuilt.
In the year 1937, it was reopened and hosted some popular shows and hosted some of the famous movie premiers like Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator. Some of the notable productions hosted at the Prince of Wales Theatre are Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love, Rent, The Full Monty, Cliff and Mamma Mia!