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Victoria Palace Theatre
Allington StreetWestminsterLondonSW1E 5EA
- +44 (0)20 7834 1317
Saw Billy Elliot here and was very pleased. My wife and I got tickets last minute and our seats weren't the best (we could almost touch the ceiling), but we still had a great view. There was part of the back of the stage that was out of view for us, but everything else looked great. The seats are old, but comfortable and the sounds was very good. The theatre is also beautiful. If you get to...more
I'm opening with the fact that I have only really seen musicals in the United States (New York & Los Angeles) and here when you see a Broadway show or something of that level they are often in large theaters were the show is a huge spectacle and the venues are an extension of that for that reason I may have had very high expectations.
The theater was really small and I can see how that would...more
Oh, what a lovely theater.
Just outside Victoria Station you will find this place that, for as long as I know, is showing Billy Elliot. If I were to write a review about the musical, it would be a 5-star for sure, but we are here to talk about the place aren't we?
If you consider that in this location was built "the oldest music hall in London" you can only imagine what I'm talking about,...more
I had the wonderful privilege of watching Billy Elliot at the Victoria Palace Theatre. I could go on for days about how incredible the show was (the set! the lights! the choreography!), but then I wouldn't be giving a true review of the venue.
The theatre itself is going through some construction which was evident by the numerous chain linked fences right outside. A little bit of an eye...more
Wow! I didn't have high expectations for this musical, but I was blown away from the magnitude of this performance.
Located at the Victoria palace theater (not to be confused with the palace theater which is in an entirely different part of town), Billy Elliot tells the story of a young lad who has an affinity to ballet. His dad, who works as a coal miner does not embrace his son's passion....more