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.
This content has been supplied by The London Palladium
Venue Details & Map
The London Palladium
8 Argyll St
- +44 (0)20 7494 5020
- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
Very cute theatre. Peter and I came here to see Alan Cumming.
There was a bit of disorganization and Mia instruction when it came to where we had to go (seats). A bit frustrating.
The higher you go the more humid it is. The hallways are super narrow.
There is an up spoken high class dress code but given the nature of the performer we got away with it.
The place is very well maintainedmore
The London Palladium is probably the most famous theatre in London.
I've been to this theatre many times over the years to see plays, shows and concerts. I think it is also the second largest theatre in London after the Coliseum in St Martins Lane. It's probably the most plush of London's theatres and the Royal Box is used here more often than any other theatre in London (It's the most used...more
I've been to the majority of the main theatres during my time living in London but for some reason have never visited the London Palladium until recently. WOW! What a beautiful, stunning theatre. Extremely grand inside and in the bar areas and yet intimate without the feeling of being lost in a really large theatre. A nice touch to have the old posters on the wall of who played there 40/50...more
Such a great theatre. The foyer is grand, the auditorium is big, but not too big and the seats are comfortable. Unlike other theatres you don't feel quite as cramped when watching the show. I would definitely recommend getting tickets in the stalls or front of the dress circle, though i've not seen a bad view in the house.more