Welcome to the Savoy Theatre London! Come and
celebrate the golden jubilee of the world’s most successful and loved rock n
roll band with the exciting and enthralling London show Let It Be!
The spectacular London musical is a
rocking concert featuring twenty of the most loved Beatles Hits. The remarkable
show is one of the most spectacular London Westend productions running with
packed houses at the magnificent Savoy Theatre London.
Savoy Theatre is a popular London
Westend Theatre positioned in the Strand in
the City of Westminster.
On 10th October
1881, theatre marked its opening. Richard D’Oyly Carte at the place
of the Old Savoy Palace
constructed it. It was mainly constructed to showcase the renowned comic series
of Gilbert and Sulivan. They were popularly known as the Savoy Operas.
The interesting fact about the
opulent Savoy Theatre is that it was the first public building in the world,
which was lit completely by the electricity. In the year 1889, Richard D’Oyly
Carte built Savoy Hotel adjacent to the theatre. For several years, Savoy theatre acted as a
home to the company of D’Oyly Carte.
In the year 1929, Richard’s son
Rupert D’Oyly Carte reconstructed Savoy
theatre. He equipped theatre with some modern techniques. After a fire, the
theatre was rebuilt and underwent huge refurbishments. The current occupancy of
the theatre is 1150 on 3 levels and is a Grade II listed building.
Some of the popular productions
at the Savoy Theatre are Oscar Wilde’s Salome, Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit,
Fiddler on the Roof, Carousel, Never Forget, Legally Blonde, Let It Be and many
more. Come and feel the magic of enthralling London musical Let It be with your near and
dear ones! Ambassador Theatre Group is the current owner of the Savoy Theatre
and was reopened in the year 1993!