On the Charing Cross Road, the
magnificent Wyndham’s Theatre is located in the mid of West End district. The
stunning theatre is near various tube stations having lots of restaurants and
bars. The venue is known for bookshops along with secondhand and antiquarian
The stunning theatre is located near
Leicester Square and Covent Garden, where you can enjoy a lively atmosphere.
Wyndham’s Theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as
buses, tubes, taxis or cars. The auditorium has occupancy of 760 and spread
across four levels.
Theatre is mainly categorised into
Stalls, Royal Circle, Grand Circle and Balcony. For disabled patrons, theatre
offers discounted tickets. The building of the theatre is old and not very accessible
for wheelchair users. The main auditorium is equipped with infra-red system.
The Grade-II listed building was
designed by the architect W G R Sprague. In the year 1889, theatre made its
debut and was a long cherished dream of actor and manager Charles Wyndham.
During the first half a century, theatre hosted some famous plays by J. M.
Barrie, Guy du Maurier, Edgar Wallace, Noel Coward and Graham Greene.
In the year 1954, one of the biggest
hits of the theatre, Sandy Wilson’s The
Boy Friend enjoyed 2078 performances. The following decades witnessed
some memorable shows showcasing some renowned talents such as Alec Guinness,
Vanessa Redgrave, Eileen Atkins, John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson.
In the year 1972, rock musical
Godspell made its debut and enjoyed run for two consecutive years. The show
features brilliant starcast which includes Jeremy Irons and David Essex. Some
of the notable productions at Wyndham’s Theatre are The Weir, Barking in Essex,
Dreamboats and Petticoats and many more.