The Dominion Theatre hosts a variety of shows and performances.
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268-269 Tottenham Court Road, Regent's Park, London, W1T 5AQ
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+44 (0)20 7580 1889
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268-269 Tottenham Court RoadRegent's ParkLondonW1T 5AQ
- +44 (0)20 7580 1889
- Public transport:
- The theatre can be seen from the station, on the corner of the crossroads between Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street.
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I recently suffered the great misfortune of seeing We Will Rock You in the Dominion theatre. It's difficult to dislike Queen but easy to dislike this show. Sitting uncomfortably somewhere in between a tribute act and a pantomime the whole experience isn't really worth the money unless you can find a good deal on the ticket prices. Or you just really love Queen themed pantomimes.
A pretty good venue with some great shows.
I'm going to echo the folks that are raving about 'We Will Rock You." It's a GREAT show and with a very interactive fun audience. The music was great, the singing was amazing, the crowd participation (at first concerning) was a great addition, but... thought there were some weaknesses, but then... this review is for the theater, not the show,...more
The big statue of Freddy Mercury standing astride the roof of the entrance to the Dominion Theatre should give a clue to the content of We Will Rock You, the longest-running and current show at the theatre.
My parents, my girlfriend and I attended the matinee for this musical last month. The theatre isn't the most glitzy West End venue but it has decent seating with enough legroom. The...more
This was such a comfortable theater. It's huge and the seats are very roomy and you're not fighting for the armrests with your neighbor. I saw "We Will Rock You" here and it seemed appropriate that the music was by Queen because this place seems like such a concert venue.
The interior of this theater isn't as kept up as other theaters (e.g. Savoy Theatre) but that's not what you're looking at...more
When I told a friend of mine that I was going to London, she told me not to miss out on seeing a show. I couldn't figure out why I would go see a show when I can see a show at home, but chose this one to go to. It's not something I've ever seen advertised in the states so I thought it would be perfect. And I was right! It was a story set in the future to the music of the band Queen. All I...more