The Aldwych Theatre has 4 bars. Food and confectionary are available from kiosks and attendants.
For information about disabled access and facilities call 020 7379 3369. This venue is air conditioned.
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Venue Details & Map
49 AldwychLondonWC2B 4DF
- 0870 4000845
- Public transport:
- (10mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Cross street where possible and go right. When you reach the fork, veer left onto Aldwych.
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- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Communication Facilities
- Hearing loop system
Das Aldwych ist ein nettes eher kleineres typisch viktorianisches Theater. Mit meinem eher langen Fahrgestell habe ich gut in den Sitz gepasst und die zweieinhalb Stunden von Andrew Lloyd Webbers Musical "Stephen Ward" vergingen im Fluge.
Die Hintergründe zur hochinteressanten Profumo Affäre und Stephen Ward kann man schnell ergoogeln.
Als großer Lloyd Webber Fan erwarte ich ja bei seinen...more
Seriously?! You're seriously two staring an amazingly old and beautiful theatre because you went to see Dirty Dancing and it was too much like the film? Oh my god - shame on you!
I saw Cool Hand Luke here. It was cheesy and surprisingly good but the theatre itself was amazing. It's proper old school with a great stage and attentive staff. Tickets start from £10 which is an absolute steal....more
I'm going to give this place three stars because the theater is nice enough. I don't like how they stuff all the people in the stalls area in the bar before they actually open the theater doors. They shouldn't let people in if they're just going to stuff us in a small bar.
Anyway, in this theater, even the front row has good views since the seats don't actually sit lower than the stage....more
This is a good small theatre, that has all the top shows. It has good effects on the stage that makes it seem more real.
It is cheaper if you go during tne week and not weekends.more
The seats we had weren't the best we couldn't see the side of the stage, the Aldwych is a smaller theatre, but high up be careful buying seats cos you could end up in the rafters!
Dirty Dancing was the first play I saw coming to London, and it sticks exactly to the movie. The same songs, the same storyline, the same magical summer romance. And the play was even more spectacular with the...more