There have been 4 different buildings on this site since 1705. More recently Her Majesty’s Theatre has played host to many successful musicals including Bitter Sweet, West Side Story and of course the world famous The Phantom of The Opera. The theatre is just a short walk from Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and St James’s Park as well as a variety of shops, restaurants and cafés. 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 to make your visit even more special.
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Venue Details & Map
Her Majestys Theatre
St JamesLondonSW1Y 4QL
- +44 (0)20 7850 8750
- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
Being a fan of the book, I was extremely excited to see Phantom of the Opera. The setting for this wonderful show was Her Majesty's Theatre - a quaint little place in central London.
The theatre is in a great location and is beautifully decorated. My main criticism would be that there was nowhere to sit before the doors opened. Being keen beans, we arrived rather early, but were disappointed...more
I have loved live theater since I was a little girl and have longed to see Phantom of the Opera in a professional venue. The performance at Her Majesty's Theatre both lived up to my expectations and impressed my not so open minded boyfriend as well!
The building is stunning and so very European. It is both elegant and classic. I loved that from the outside it looks more like a mansion than...more
Phantom of the Opera is one of my most favorite things in the entire world, so going to see it in London was at the top of my list when I visited.
I bought tickets at a ticket booth in Leicester Square (tkts.com, I believe). I took them at a discounted rate, and was warned that my view would be cut off at times, but that the seats were still decent.
I sat towards the back of the Royal...more
Nice theatre clean and regal. Easy to find.
Giving four starts as there could be more toilets and the staff in the theatre during the show where rather rude. First time I have even heard in a theatre people being shushed. They where not even. Speaking loudly or for long.more
I've been here twice to see "Phantom of the Opera", and the experiences have been so fantastic that I've never really felt the need to see "Phantom" during production tours in the states since. After all, Her Majesty's Theatre is the mother theatre. That show was born here. The stage is perfect for it, with its elegant architecture and astounding acoustics. And with the right cast, even those...more