The Apollo Victoria Theatre is a theatre on Wilton Road near Victoria station in London. The building was designed as a 'super-cinema' by E Warmsley Lewis in 1930 in striking art deco style. The cinema closed in 1975, reopening six years later as a theatre, with a concert by Shirley Bassey providing the opening night. One of the largest theatres in the capital, its capacity is 2,208.
This content has been supplied by Apollo Victoria
17 Wilton Road, Westminster, London, SW1V 1LG
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7834 6318
Venue Details & Map
17 Wilton Road
- +44 (0)20 7834 6318
- Public transport:
- The theatre can be seen opposite the station.
Going to Apollo Victoria using public transport? Find the fastest route:
#559 On an impromptu trip into London to meet a friend, I decided to catch a matinee production of Wicked at the Apollo before drinks and dinner. The fact that the theater was just a couple of minutes' walk from the Oxford Tube's bus stop definitely worked to the Apollo's advantage. I walked straight up to the box office after I arrived in the city and informed the agent that I was a student,...more
Fabuleux // Great
Quand on aime la comédie musicale et qu'on en chante (en amateur), il est impossible de passer à Londres sans en voir au moins une. L'an dernier j'ai massacré Defying gravity à notre représentation de fin d'année donc j'ai eu envie de voir en vrai Wicked. Le théatre est facile d'accès en face de la station Victoria. Sa déco intérieur est très sympa et les lumières sont...more
my friends and i went to see Wicked on Friday the 13th of all days thank u very much at The Apollo Victoria Theatre. what a wonderful place it was to see this play and it was all decked out in green lights outside and in.
our seats were pretty much smack in the middle center which was perfect but as far as i could tell every seat in the house was a good seat.
souvenir shops where set up...more
Went to see Wicked last night and the show was amazing! Both of the leads had great voices and carried the show amazingly. The actual venue is quite nice. It's a no frills theatre located next to Victoria Station. The seats in the upper circle were not very comfortable, but we had a good view of the stage despite sitting in the cheap seats. There are a few bars in the theatre which had...more
Are you a tall man? Yes? Do not come to this theater. I spent 3 miserable hours with my shins pressed firmly against the seat in front of me. Not pressed, jammed. To the point of bruising. Far worse than any possible airplane seat you can imagine. The lack of legroom in the balcony is nothing short of torturous.
Now that you know the most important part, let's continue. The problem with the...more