Theatre Royal Haymarket

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Theatre Royal Haymarket

Address
18 Suffolk Street
St James
London
SW1Y 4HT
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7930 8890

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 15 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Theatre Royal Haymarket

3.0 out of 5 11 January 2014
by Emma M.

I went to see "One Man, Two Guvnors" last night here. It's been years since my last visit and I remember it being significantly bigger. We sat dead centre of row P and they were brilliant seats. The staggering of the seats meant that it didn't feel like I had anyone in front of me, and I had a very clear view of the entire stage. The auditorium is also very pretty - with a vibrant blue and...more

5.0 out of 5 30 June 2011
by Vicky L.

The skys have good leg room! And amazing view! Woop!

This theatre looks like it has been redone in the last 20 years and the chairs are comfy and as stated above, came with more legroom than you'd get on an international economy flight with better view. I did love the 4 signs dotted around the dyson hand dryer warning us not to use it after the show has started. 4 whole signs!...more

4.0 out of 5 25 May 2011
by Craig M.

A proper old school theatre, this. Ornate, golf leaf Royal crests mixed in with sculptures, paintings and that, well, traditional theatre feel.

You can sit in the super expensive stalls or perch up in the gallery for little over a tenner. Seats for all budgets.

Not a huge theatre, but big enough for celebrity-filled productions such as Flare Path and Waiting for Godot. Keep an eye on this...more

5.0 out of 5 18 December 2010
by Leighton S.

Went to see The Rivals today at this theatre. Had a wonderful experience. The building itself is lovely, ornate but not ostentatious. The staff were efficient and friendly.

The show itself was fantastic and hilarious. For a play that was first staged in 1775, the comedy has held up incredibly well. The actors all were great and I just loved the show. Top notch.more

4.0 out of 5 8 January 2009
by Paul W.

I really loved the small-ish space, which was perfect for the staging of Oscar Wilde's 'A Woman Of No Importance'. At the risk of sounding like a heathen (at the very least, of being seen for what I truly am), I was delighted by the little ice creams at intermission. I don't know, perhaps ice creams are a typical refreshment at West End shows but this was an unexpected treat. Incidentally,...more