The London Palladium is famous as the home of variety. Now the home of musical theatre, the theatre has more recently played host to shows such as The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz. In the heart of London’s West End the theatre is just a short walk from the Carnaby Street, Regent Street and Oxford Street. If you are celebrating a special occasion or entertaining guests why not take advantage of our own in house hospitality by organising a VIP Experience in the elegant surroundings of the Val Parnell Room or Cinderella Bar.
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The London Palladium
8 Argyll St
- +44 (0)20 7494 5020
- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
This theatre has a rustic feel, dim lighting and tightly packed seating. The theatre seating spans a wide area and can be quite high. I have sat in the upper circle row D seat 43 before and the view of the end of the stage is obscured plus the seats are in such proximity that the heads of the people sitting in front of you can significantly be in your line of sight. Plus, I don't know if this...more
I think this is my new favourite theatre venue in London! It's stunning!
We were fortunate to get free tickets to watch the filming of Sunday night at the Palladium and we had a great view. The seats seemed to be well staggered to see over the head of the person in front (even for little ol' me at 5ft short!).
We were one of the last to get in so didn't have time to look round the venue much...more
One of London's most famous theatres located just off Oxford street. This is a massive theatre in Central London that shows well known productions. Having seen Joseph, Wizard of Oz and now I Can't Sing.
Most recently I sat in the stalls second row from the front. After reading the stage was raised here I wanted to avoid sitting in the front row. Now having been myself I could see that...more
Good looking theatre. There was a constant draft up in the circle (or with the gods as I like to call it).
We saw Scrooge with Tommy Steele ( he must be one hundred by now) who is still able to hold a note and shake a leg!
I would have been more generous with the stars but did I mention the draft! If you are on the taller size then the god seats might be a little bit tight around your...more
What a gorgeous theatre! I've now been to 12 of London's historic West End theatres and this is certainly the highlight. And might I add, for a venue that just celebrated its 100th birthday, it's looking pretty damn good.
And my, has it gotten some amazeballs action in its day - Judy Garland? Nat King Cole? Julie Andrews? Harry Houdini? Jack Benny? Hell, Sammy Davis Jr starred in its first...more