The Adelphi Theatre London

Adelphi Theatre is fulfilling its responsibility of endowing quality entertainment to Londoners in the City of Westminster. Along with comedy, this place is also famous for its musical theater. This historical place was listed among Grade II buildings on the 1st of December 1987. Besides the frequent changes in its name, this place has been renovated several times in the past few years. But it is currently named as Adelphi Theatre and the last time it was rebuilt was by Ernest Schaufelberg in the year 1930. Several productions of this theater are still remembered by art admires although years have passed since then. So if you are looking for a place where fantastic artists will entertain you with their tremendous performances, then do plan your visit at Adelphi Theatre.

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    In 1806, merchant John Scott and his daughter Jane opened the doors of Adelphi Theatre for entertainment. John’s multitalented daughter was not only the manger of the venue, but she was also a performer and a play writer. The building has been rebuilt four times since its inauguration and it was also renamed four times before being named the Royal Adelphi in 1930. This building, with 1500 seats, is fulfilling its duties as the best entertaining venue in London.

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    Things to do

    - Besides enjoying theater performances, you can also pay a visit at the Golden wine bar available within the theater.

    - On special occasions like Valentine’s Day or Thanksgiving, make a program with your friends and family and enjoy the evening at the theater.

    - The musical theater of Adelphi is a worth watching show - the participants of the musical shows are extremely talented.

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    You will have to fill-in this form for online booking, but you can also make a call and get your seats reserved:

    Contact: +44 871 297 0749

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    Operational Hours:

    From Monday till Sunday, the theater opens between 07:00 am and 11:30 pm.

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    411-412 Strand, London WC2R 0NS, United Kingdom.

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    How to Reach at Adelphi Theatre

    By Tube:

    Covent Garden transit station is 0.3 miles away from the theater; you will have to walk for 6 minutes to cover the required distance between the two locations. Take an exit from the station and head northeast on Long Acre/B402 and then take a right turn, which  will take you towards Covent Garden. Take two left turns and then a right turn onto Southampton St. After covering 466 feet, turn right onto Strand/A4 where the destination is located. View Map.

    By Bus:

    St James', Southampton Street (Stop A) bus stop is 226 feet away from Adelphi Theatre. 47 seconds walk is required in the southwest direction on Strand/A4 towards Adam St and you will reach the theater. For a detailed view of the map, click here! The route numbers which make stops at St James', Southampton Street (Stop A) are 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, 176, N9, N11, N13 and N15.

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