The stunning Palace Theatre is
located at 109-113 Shaftesbury Avenue, London,
W1V 8AY. Positioned on a central location with Shaftesbury Avenue accompanying
the theatre, the venue is the abode of some of the most popular theatre
buildings. You can enjoy some of the most popular London’s musicals and plays.
There are huge range of bars, restaurants and hotels in the venue. Moreover,
theatre is within the walking distance of Piccadilly Circus and Leicester
Square. For shoppers, Covent Garden is
an immensely popular shopping district.
Palace Theatre is accessible via
various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis or cars. You can also
visit the venue with bus route numbers 14, 19 and 38. If you are looking for
taxi or car parking then no need to worry. The Chinatown at 20 Newport Place is
the nearest car park.
With occupancy of 1400, theatre
has large auditorium which spread across four levels as Stalls, Dress Circle,
Grand Circle and Balcony. If you are looking for best viewing seats then you
must go for Stalls followed by Dress Circle. For disabled patrons and carers,
theatre offers discounted seats. The Box office is equipped with induction loop
and infra-red system is installed in the auditorium.
Since 1891, Palace Theatre is a
renowned venue for London entertainment. The theatre was opened by Richard
D’Oyly Carte as Royal English Opera House. The venue hosted some of the finest
revue shows and musical comedies such as No, No, Nanette, Princess Charming,
Cabaret, and The Gay Divorce. The theatre also hosted the original productions
of The Sound of Music and Jesus Christ.
Blockbuster Les Miserables was
also transferred here from Barbican Centre in the year 1985. On this theatre, Les Miserables enjoyed a run
of almost 19 years. In the year 2004, the show got transferred to the Queen’s
Theatre. Some other popular shows hosted at the Palace Theatre are classic
musical Singin’ In The Rain and currently Roddy Doyle's The Commitments made
its debut in the year 2013.