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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Her Majestys Theatre
St JamesLondonSW1Y 4QL
- +44 (0)20 7850 8750
- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
I quite simply adore this theatre. It's a very old building, and you can tell the minute you lay eyes on it just how much history is held in the building. The theatre has housed The Phantom of the Opera for almost 30 years. The theatre is very grand, with large sweeping stairways and big foyer areas to converge pre-show and during interval. The theatre itself is nicely laid out and the sight...more
The next part of birthday surprise weekend was Phantom of the Opera! I had never seen the show in person, and had been dying to see it for years. The setting for this show couldn't be more perfect, as the theatre itself is a beautiful building, with elegant architecture that speaks of a glorious bygone era. The stage setting was also fantastic!
The theatre is old, as most theatres in...more
I should have really reviewd this the first time i went but ah well im on the case now lol. Part of my girlfriends surprise 30th we went here the friday night. The staff were really nice, good senses of humour even when they were constantly telling people not to photogragh (for the 20th time) and when they were selling ice cream and drinks and such. All looked very dapper in their uniforms....more
On my recent adventure to London, I wanted to have at least one "elegant evening out", so I looked up various shows and decided on The Phantom of the Opera. After all, Andrew Lloyd Webber's production did open first in London.
The experience did not disappoint. The music was BIG and riveting, and the story was interesting and moving (and also a little disturbing...kind...more