Charlie and the Chocolate Factory & Theatre Royal Drurylane London reviews by theatre goers.

Royal Drury Lane Theatre

The stunning London theatre is located at Catherine Street, London, WC 2B 5JF. For those who want to explore the beautiful city of London, the brilliant location of theatre between Covent Garden market and The Strand is simply outstanding. If you have some time to enjoy before the show then Covent Garden has some exciting places to go for. For Instance, if you are shoe=lover then there is a huge Kurt Geiger.

The area has also various off-beat boutiques such as Rokit or Pop Boutique as well as market centre. For kids, there is a Disney store, street performers and sometimes interactive art installations. You can also enjoy some great time at London transport Museum along with huge selection of restaurants and bars in accordance with your budget and taste.

The magnificent Theatre Royal Drury Lane is located at an accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, taxis or cars. Bus route numbers 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 68, 76, 77A, 168, 171, 171A and 176 also ply on this route. The astounding theatre has huge occupancy of 2000 and speared all over four levels as Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circe and Balcony.

For disabled patrons and their carers, Theatre Royal Drury Lane offers discounted tickets. The stunning Theatre Royal Drury Lane is the oldest in the London Westend. It is regarded as a very significant part in terms of theatrical output and historical background. With an immense exciting history which dates back from 1663, the scintillating theatre has undergone various transformations.

Theatre Royal Drury lane had spoken plays and dramas during early years. Nowadays, it mainly focuses on musical. To mark the 350th anniversary, Lloyd Webber disclosed £4m restoration of the theatre in the year 2013. The theatre made its reopening in the year 2013 with brand new musical production Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.