Ambassadors Theatre is located at
West Street, London, WC2H 9ND. It is hugely visited by the tourists as the
venue is one of the hotspots of the city. Ambassadors is located just half way
between Leicester Square and Covent Garden tube stations. London Westend is
undoubtedly one of the most visited and busiest parts of the London city. There are huge range of bars, restaurants and
shops all across the theater.
You can visit Covent Garden and
can enjoy some street performers. There are varied ranges of shops in this
site. You can also enjoy visit to London Transport Museum and Leicester Square.
Nightlife is quite active and affordable also along with lots of cinemas and
restaurants. Enjoy classic cocktails at the bar in W Hotel positioned on
Ambassadors Theatre is accessible
via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis or cars. You can
visit the theatre via bus route numbers 14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 40 and 176. You can also hail a cab or taxi outside
With a small occupancy of 418 and
spread across two levels, Ambassador’s Theatre is an intimate venue. Most of
the seats offer clear view of the stage. It would be advisable to avoid sitting
in the front two rows. It is mainly categorized into Stalls and Circle. For
disabled patrons, theatre offers discounted seats. For the hearing impaired, there is an
induction loop and infrared system.
Ambassadors Theatre is a very small
sized theatre and is a perfect destination for revues, plays and experimental
theatre companies. During its existence, theatre has played both the
blockbuster hits of Westend as well as independent plays also. In the year
1913, the Grade-II listed building made its debut. W G R Sprague designed the
theatre along with St. Martin’s Theatre.
Agatha Christie’s The Moustetrap
made its debut at the Ambassadors Theatre and remained there until it gets
transferred to St Martin’s Theatre in the year 1973. Since 2007, the current
production of Stomp is running with packed houses.