The magnificent London Theatre,
London Palladium is located at Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF. The stunning theater
is positioned behind Oxford Street in the heart of the city. This area of the
capital is renowned for various Shopping Streets like Oxford Street and Regent
Street. The venue also boasts huge range of street shops, department stores and
designer boutiques for shopaholics.
Enjoy some great time with your
dear ones by spending quality time in bars and restaurants. London Palladium is
accessible via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis or
cars. You can visit the theatre by bus route number 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15,
16A, 23, 25, 53, and 73. The closest car parking is in Poland Street, whereas
you can hire a cab from Oxford Street or Regent Street.
With an astounding occupancy of
2286, London Palladium is one of the largest theatres of Westend. It is spread
all over three levels. For those who are looking for best viewing seats can opt
for Stalls or Royal Circle. Seats in these sections are quite expensive, but
you would be able to catch compete action of the show as well as expressions of
Seats in the London Palladium are
mainly categorized into three sections as Stalls, Royal Circle or Upper Circle.
For the disabled guests and their carers, theatre offers discounted tickets.
The auditorium is equipped with an infra-red system, whereas there is an
induction loop at the Box Office. You can avail the headsets in the foyer.
Frank Matcham constructed London
Palladium in the year 1910 and is undoubtedly one of the most popular theatres
of London. The theatre is known for varied range of shows and hosted lots of
Royal Variety performances.
Some of the greatest stars of
both the stage and screen have performed here such as Judy Garland, Bing
Crosby, Danny Kaye, Bob Hope, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Elaine Page,
Elvis Presley and Cliff Richard. Some of the immensely successful musicals has
been hosted by the London Palladium in the 21st century such as The
King and I, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Sound of Music and Sister Act – The