London Westend Theatre, New London Theatre is located at the historic Drury
Lane amidst Covent Garden and Holborn areas. The theatre is positioned at 166
Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5PW. Holborn is considered as a business
district, whereas Covent Garden is hugely popular amongst both the tourists and
local visitor. Some of the finest museums, shops, bars, restaurants and budget
hotels are located here.
Theatre is located at an accessible location and can be commuted via various
modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. You can visit the
theatre via bus route numbers 1, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 501, 505, 521 and X68. Covent Garden and Holborn are the nearest tube
stations to the theatre.
astounding occupancy of 1100, theatre is categorised into two levels as Stalls
and Circle. The largest section of the theatre is known as Stalls. For all the
disabled patrons and carers, New London Theatre offer discounted tickets. The
Box Office is equipped with an induction loop system along with an infra-red
In the year
1973, New London Theatre made its debut and the venue is renowned for
entertainment since Elizabethan era. There is huge range of music hall and
drama productions have been hosted such as Hotel Paradiso, The Iceman Cometh,
Witness for the Prosecution and Sally.
Some other popular shows that were hosted at the New London Theatre include Funny Face starring Fred Astaire.
Theatre has hosted some of the popular productions such as Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the Blue Man Group and a musical version of Gone
With The Wind. In the year 2009, the
play War Horse has been transferred from the National Theatre. The spectacular
production has won various prestigious awards and also won American theatre
awards. Currently, War Horse is running with houseful shows. The blockbuster
award winning show is recommended for 10+ kids with a running time of two hours
and forty minutes.