is located at Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7EZ, which is one of the most
popular streets of London. This stretch of road is also known for some other
famous auditoriums such as Lyric and Queen’s. The venue
is also known for some great restaurants and bars in Chinatown. Some other
popular nearby attractions are Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly
Apollo Theatre is located at an accessible location. You can visit the theatre
by various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis or cars. You can
visit the theatre via car numbers 1, 15, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 55 and 176.
With a small
occupancy of 775 and spread across four levels, Apollo Theatre is mainly
categorised into Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony. The Stalls
have the largest seating capacity and closest to the stage. You can enjoy great
action and facial expressions of the actor by sitting in the Stalls section.
Prices in Stalls and Dress Circle are bit higher as compare to other sections.
patrons and carers, Apollo Theatre offers discounted tickets. The theatre made
its opening in the year 1901 in the mid of Theatre land. The theatre hosted
some amazing light operas and comedies like Kitty Grey and Veronique and went
on becoming one of the major theatres of London.
Shaftesbury Avenue area, this is the fourth theatre and also one of the early
developments in the theatrical heritage of London. Theatre was constructed by
Lewin Sharp, which was not much popular architect of his time. Some of the
works of immensely popular playwrights like Noel Coward and Ivor Novello were
also performed on the Apollo Theatre. These shows went on winning lots of
public and critical acclaim.
Some of the
notable productions at the Apollo Theatre are Boeing Boeing, Don’t;s Dress for
Dinner, The Glass Menagerie, Rain Man and Yes, Prime Minister.