This stunning Art Deco building dates from 1930. The theatre was restored to its original glory in 1993.
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410 The Strand
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It's a funny little theatre. I can't decide if I'm a fan or not. It's very small in West End Theatre terms, but I quite like that, it creates a sense of intimacy. What I don't like is how squishy it is in there. Your legs get so cramped in those tiny seats! It's not ideal really! Overall though the theatre is nice and definitely has its own character!more
I really liked the Adelphi Theatre. I watched Made in Dagenham and even though I was seated in the Circle area, the venue seemed really intimate. The set for Made in Dagenham was amazing and I can imagine the stage allowed for many types of entrances and exits, which allowed for the show to be as dynamic and entertaining as it is. It is also quite conveniently located near Charing Cross station.more
Nice and central. Comfy seats. Fairly big capacity. We were perched pretty much at the end of a row, but we still got a good view of the stage. Just not a particularly pretty theatre. Others, like Royal Haymarket, are beautiful architecturally inside and out. Not so much the Adelphi. But I guess you go to the theatre more to watch a play than the building, so... well... it serves the job, innit.more
Big fun of this theatre. We went with a friend to watch "Made in Dagenham" and it was a really good choice. Gemma was outstanding and the whole cast make the experience in Adelphi Theatre a perfect night out in the West End.
Not to mention that our sits were moved closer to the stage upon the arrival. The staff is very helpful and you find the sits quite easily. Of course I don't need to...more
Situated in the middle of The Strand, a short walk from Trafalgar Square. It is a lovely art deco theatre opened in the 30s and then refurbished in the 90s, but seems to need another uplift as the seats are quite threadbare, and if anyone tall sat in front of you, then the whole of the stage is obscured. Luckily, being sat at the end of the row, I could look down the aisle to get a better...more