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, London, WC2E 7NN
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+44 (0)20 7836 1166
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410 The Strand
- +44 (0)20 7836 1166
- Public transport:
- (3mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Cross the street where possible and go right (approx. 150 metres). The theatre is on your left.
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Saw the every first performance of The Bodyguard and was very impressed(06/11/12).
The performance was a mixture of romance, comedy & action.
Not given you to much info for those who are looking forward to this show.
A must see for ALL ages.more
The Adelphi Theatre is fine for seeing a show. Not amazing, not horrible, but a solid experience for a night out.
To begin with, it is small. It's cramped to get in, up the stairs or basically anywhere. It's also a little labyrinthiney. You walk twisting staircases that lead to other twisting staircases. And for some reason, on the upper deck, you have to go through the theatre and out to get...more
Went here last night and saw 'One Man, Two Guvnors'. The show was unbelievably funny and I enjoyed it greatly, so I certainly left the theatre happy. The theatre itslef is nice, if nothing special, though somewhat intimate. The Gents' that I used was on the small side. There is a full bar so you can have a drink while you watch your show. Certainly worth visiting this theatre if it has a show...more
Enjoyed This theater very much and the intimate feeling of the place. We were sitting in the 3rd row and that might have been a little too close given how tall the stage is. A few more rows back would have been perfect.
The only thing that was odd was how casual the place is to the point you can eat ice cream in your seat during the show. As they serve Hagen Daz, I wonder if this is just for...more
I was taken to see 'Love Never Dies' as a Christmas treat by my friend and I thought I'd add my two penneth worth to the big debate about this sequel to Phantom of the Opera.
Firstly, I have to confess that Phantom is my favourite musical but I've tried my best to be impartial and judge Love Never Dies on its own merits.
Firstly, The Adelphi is a smallish theatre on the Strand. It feels a...more