The Apollo Theatre hosts a variety of shows and performances.
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31 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6NA
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Venue Details & Map
31 Shaftesbury AvenueW1D 6NA
- 0845 4349290
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- The Apollo Theatre is situated on Shaftesbury Avenue in the West End of London, close to Piccadilly Circus tube station.
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I saw Madness of King George III here.The show itself was top notch.
If you are into old Victorian theatres, you'll dig this place. You know it has history because the first balcony (I was in the front row, stage left) tilts not-so-subtily to the right. One of those things estate agents call 'character'. And this place does have it, as it dates to 1901, so even though by London standards its...more
A traditional London theatre, this. Old school decor, with statues, red velvet, ornate balconies and boxes. Somewhere to take the out of town tourist to impress them.
They also appear to feature some exeptional shows too. It's a fair bet that you'll enjoy what you see here. I did. Jerusalem blew me away.
There are so many theatre options in London that it's rare to find a theatre that you'd...more
The balcony seats are a JOKE. I literally could not see the stage from my seat in balcony row A. DO NOT BOOK THE BALCONY. I love Arthur Miller and I feel robbed of the experience because of my terrible, terrible seat. They should not sell seats that bad. I would have picked a different seat if I had known it was that bad.more
I heart the Apollo, plain and simple. I work minutes away, so it's easy to join the early morning queue for £10 front row seats.
The line for Jerusalem (one of the most popular plays on in the West End of the past few years) was so long that to get a spot you needed to join it 5am. Blimey. BUT. We got the tickets! The front row is an amazing experience, and it was totally worth the early...more
Just saw "ALL MY SONS" which in an of itself wonderful, and I can recommend to everybody -- acting, message, staging, etc. was all great. Having been to many theatres in London this one was one of the best with it feeling intimate. We sat near the back of the "stalls" (we would call orchestra) in row N on the right side and had a great view of the stage and certainly not feeling in the nose...more