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                                        Piccadilly Theatre

The magical London musical  jersey Boys  is ruling the box office at the stunning Piccadilly Theatre! The pleasure and passion of this classic love saga is beautifully enlivened up on stage with some of the sensational dancing moves and heart touching musical numbers. The classic love saga of Johnny and Baby is set in the summer of 1963. With dynamic choreography, the Dirty Dancing is a complete treat for the viewers.

Piccadilly Theatre is a popular Westend Theatre positioned at 16 Denman Street behind Piccadilly Circus close to the Regent Palace Hotel, in the City of  Westminster, England. For Edward Laurillard, it has been constructed by Bertie Crewe and Edward A Stone. Marc Henri Levy and Gaston Laverdet designed the Art Deco interior.

With the occupancy of 1232, the auditorium had pink shades all over. The bars and foyers had gold and green colors with original light fittings. On 27th April 1928, the theatre was opened with the opening production of Jerome Kern’s musical Blue Eyes. The show was starring Evelyn Laye, hugely popular actress of that era.

Warner Brothers took over the Piccadilly Theatre for a brief span and converted it into a cinema featuring the Vitaphone system. On November 1929, theatre was reopened with the production The Student Prince. The show ran with 257 performances and was immensely successful.

Piccadilly Theatre underwent huge improvisation with a few successful transfers from Broadway. Some of the most popular actors had performed at the Piccadilly Theatre such as  Henry Fonda, Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Michael Pennington, Barbara Dickson, Lynn Redgrave, Julia McKenzie, Eric Sykes, and Dame Edna.

Piccadilly Theatre London has performed some of the most popular London shows of all time, such as Ragtime, Noises Off, Jumpers, Jailhouse Rock, Guys and Dolls, Grease, Ghost The Musical, Viva Forever and Dirty Dancing!

Venue Info

Address:
16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY

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