Architect Thomas Edward Collcutt designed this beautiful Grade II listed building, which was opened on January 1881. After one year the venue was rebuilt by Alter Emden and then it was reopened. With the capacity of 1,400 seats the West End Theater is currently owned by Nimax Theaters. Previously the theater was named as Royal English Opera House and then Palace Theatre of Varieties, but currently it is famous by the name of Palace Theatre.
Things to do at Palace Theatre:
Palace Theater is known for putting on phenomenal shows. If you are fond of art then plan out a visit with friends or family and experience the live performance of the theater actors.
Two cloakrooms, which includes one stall and one dress circle is also available at the theater. You can take a look at the costumes and hire them if you want to.
Tickets & Entry:
You can buy online tickets or get your seats booked through a phone call. For online service you can place reservation through this link. In order to book your seats through a phone call use the number given below:
Contact: +44 844 412 4656
109-113 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 8AY, United Kingdom.
From Monday till Saturday the theater remains open between 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm.
How to Reach Palace Theatre:
Leicester Square rapid transit is at a 0.1 mile distance from the Palace Theater. Approximately 3 minutes walk will be required to cover the space between two locations. Take an exit from the tube station and commence in the north direction on the Charing Cross Rd/A400. Then take a left turn onto Shaftesbury Ave/A401. Keep on walking until you reach your destination, for further information about the route follow the directions.
From the Cambridge Circus (Stop D), Palace Theater is 102 feet away. It will take 25 seconds to cover the distance. From the stop, head south on Charing Cross Rd/A400 and then take a right turn onto Shaftesbury Ave/A401, you will reach at your destination. Route number 24, 29, 176, N29 and N279 are allowed to make a stop at this station.