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17 Wilton Road
- +44 (0)20 7834 6318
This review is for the theater, not the performance of Wicked (which was great)
During the show, the temperature in the theater had to be 80 F or 27 C. Everyone in the crowd were fanning themselves and trying to shed layers. I wasn't the only person who started dressed nicely but by the end had stripped down to my undershirt!
Of course at intermission they come out with mini ice cream that...more
The Apollo Victoria Theatre, near Victoria station originally opened as a cinema in 1930. It di not become a theatre housing musical theatre until 1981, when it opened with a production of The Sound of Music starring Petula Clark.
It is one of London's largest theatres with a capacity of 2,500, so needs big shows with a long shelf life to make the productions sustainable. Wicked which is...more
I watched Wicked here and it was really amazing. The theatre is a really short walk from Victoria station so is well located. However, I would advise to arrive early as the staff are not super helpful due to the number of spectators for the show. The show itself is spectacular though,from the dancing, singing and the props, stage and lighting. Definitely worth watching :)more
I came here to see Wicked. I knew where this theatre is as its a very short walk from Victoria Station and have passed it numerous times. I came close to the starting time of the show as I only got an hours notice to be here. It was unbelievably busy and I found the staff not very helpful. It was my first time here and I could not figure out where my seats were. The staff did not help me when...more
Amazing! My boyfriend and I saw Wicked here the other night and enjoyed the entire experience so much. Upon arrival we purchased the VIP upgrade. This allows you to hang out upstairs in the lounge before the show with complimentary champagne, wine, beer, spirits, and snacks. The lady and the gentleman working the lounge were so lovely and attentive. We had many laughs and an overall wonderful...more