Garrick Theatre is known for its
tricky looks having various pillars in the stall section. Theatre has occupancy
of 703 and categorized into Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. It is located at Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH.
Positioned on the edge of the famous theatreland of London which is just above Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery,
Garrrick Theatre is located at an easily accessible location.
The brilliant positioning of the
venue makes the theatre hugely popular amongst the tourists. Visitors can enjoy
lot before and after the show, as the area has varied entertainment and eating
joints. Charing Cross Road
is mainly known for several bookshops along with secondhand ventures and chain
stores like Foyles.
The magnificent theatre is
located just off Leicester Square
and can be visited via various modes of transportation such as buses, taxis,
cars and tubes. You can visit the area with bus number 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 24,
29 and 30. For the disabled patrons and their carers, discounted tickets are
available. The Box Office has induction
loop, whereas infra-red system in the auditorium.
Since 1889, Garrick Theatre is
running at London Westend and marked its opening under famous playwright W S
Gilbert. Architect Walter Emden designed the theatre. Garrick Theatre has
historical record of hosting melodrama and comedy. Currently, it is mainly
known for touring productions. It has been named after the hugely esteemed
Shakespearean actor David Garrick.
The first production of the
stunning theatre was Arthur Wing Pinero’s The Profligate. Some of the notable
productions of 20th century were J. M. Barrie’s The Wedding Guest,
Rutland Barrington’s Water Babies and Gilbert’s own Harlequin and the Fairy’s