Venue Details & Map
Duke Of York Theatre
104 St Martins Lane
- +44 (0)20 7836 4615
- Public transport:
- (5mins) Take Charing Cross Road to St Martin’s Court, head down until the end and then take a right onto St Martin’s Lane until you reach the theatre on your right.
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- Room Facilities
- Air conditioning
I seem to come to this theatre all the time. I was so utterly impressed that today I rocked up at about 11am trying to get a £10 upper circle ticket and they gave me one for £10 in the very front row instead! What a result! My only complaint are the toilets are horrendously small!more
I've recently saw "Constellation" in this venue. Put aside the amazing play I also liked the atmosphere in this old fashioned theater. We had to collect our pre-booked tickets, but hadn't printed out the booking reference. The gentleman behind the counter was nice enough and we could collect without any problems. The inside of the theater not very big and the corridors are really cramped when...more
I went to see Ghost Stories here and sat in the front row to the side of the Upper Circle - in some theatres this would be a rubbish seat tbut this theatre is intimate enough that the Upper Circle isn't terrible! Despite being warned of a potential restricted view it wasn't really.
There are also two columns of box seats each side which is a nice touch to the layout. The bar areas are very...more
Had the privilege of seeing HAROLD PINTER'S - NO MAN'S LAND w/ the wonderful Michael Gambon & David Bradley.
This was my 1st foray into Dukes of Yorks Theatre & I thought the theatre was delightful. Small & intimate; seats were comfy; temp was just right; views were great; acoustics were spot-on - heard all actors very well. Absolutely amazing that the stage was so close & the experience was...more
There was once a time in London when people said they were going to the playhouse, not the theatre. If you go to the Globe on the Southbank you can hear all about the experience the Elizabethans got and if for a second you forget about the rotten smell from the Thames and the prostitutes in the shadows it sounded like a hell of a lot more fun.
I went to The Duke Of York Theatre last week and...more