This stunning Art Deco building dates from 1930. The theatre was restored to its original glory in 1993.
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Venue Details & Map
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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Salle de théâtre très agréable acoustique excellente en ce moment passe Bodyguard the musical magnifique mise en scène sur les chansons de Whitney Houston. À voirmore
I went to see the bodyguard there...by myself cried my eyes out seating uncomfortably close to strangers lol! Because the Theatre is too small u feel like in a can of sardines but HEY! That's Europe ppl!! There is a cute little pub right by it and other cool restaurants too so location is pretty good so are the people who work there. I got there early and alone and they let me come in earlier...more
I was lucky enough to see Beverley Knight and the excellent cast perform The Bodyguard Musical on December 9, 2013.
I wasn't lucky enough to get there for 7.30pm which meant we missed the start of the show HOWEVER the staff were incredibly helpful.
They allowed us to enter the theatre and watch the show on a TV screen.
At the interval we managed to get into the stall area where our seats...more
The Adelphi Theatre, located on The Strand, is one of my favourite theatres in London. The building is beautiful, and the theatre inside is absolutely huge. I came in here last night to see The Bodyguard and was absolutely blown away. As someone who's seen 150+ musicals, it was definitely one of the best I've ever seen. Heather Headley, who's playing the lead, is absolutely exceptional. You'd...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