The Noel Coward Theatre is part of Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, which are one of the largest London theatre owners with a portfolio of seven theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres own and run the Prince Edward Theatre, the Queen’s Theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre, refurbished in 2004 to recreate the glamour of the 1930’s, and the Novello Theatre which was renovated to celebrate its centenary in 2005.
We also own the Wyndham’s and the renamed Noel Coward Theatre with the Gielgud completing the portfolio in March 2006, major restoration of these three theatres has now been completed, demonstrating our commitment to the improvement and upgrading of all Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
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- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Communication Facilities
- Hearing loop system
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Staff disability awareness trained
- Access into the Building
- Assisted wheelchair access
- Temporary ramps available
- Additional Accessible Facilities
- Level access, ramp or lift to ticket issuing point
- Access Inside Building Facilities
- Some routes suitable for limited mobility users
- Some routes suitable for wheelchair users
- Steps with handrail within building
- Steps within building
- Attraction Facilities
- Booking Facilities
- Coach parties accepted
- Group bookings accepted
- Catering Facilities
- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Group rates available
Recently I came to see the Fully Monty, I was sat on the balcony slips on the dress circle. Even though the tickets said that the view was restricted, it really wasn't that bad at all, you do have to lean slightly forward and some of the seats are better placed that others. I really couldn't complain at all especially as they were so cheap.
The theatre doesn't have any big pillars in the...more
I love this theatre, there's something about it that just screams of all the stars that tread the boards, it's very special to me.
This time I was honoured to sit in the immensely comfortable and wide seats to see Jude Law play Henry V as part of the Michael Grandage season. A great end to the most incredible season, such good productions. I grabbed a cheap seat in the upper circle but was...more
I saw Henry V with the dreamy Jude Law recently. This was the first time going to the Noel Coward Theatre despite working just a few steps away. I find that's its starting to get difficult distinguishing between the various theatres but they all in a way have a cozy feeling to it.
I was saw on the 5th row of the grand circle and unfortunate to sit behind someone really tall and would lean...more
I saw the Cripple of Innishman here a few weeks ago, and I'll refrain from commenting on the show directly, even though I know the show makes a huge impact on the experience of the theater. I like the Noel Coward theater because it couldn't be more in the heart of the West End/Covent Garden. Everything about it screams theater to me, from the beautiful big marquis to the tiny lobby.
Good show, good show.
I saw the Cripple of Innishman a few weeks back -- no, not because Harry Potter is in it, and had the opportunity to check out the Noel Coward Theatre. By the by, the show was quite good if you are looking for a non-musical adventure in London theater land...
After snagging some cold drinks and candy (mint chocolate sticks, don't mind if I do!) -- we made our way to...more