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The StrandLondonWC2R 0ET
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Who knew there was a theatre hidden away right next to the Savoy Hotel. This theatre must date back quite a way with it being hidden away underground I can see it would have been used a lot during the War to entertain people.
I love these theatres in London as you feel like you are stepping back through time when you go into them. The decor and the ambiance feels like you've gone back to...more
A little hidden & misleading with all the "Let It Be" signs to know where the box office is, but it's right beside the entrance to the Savoy Hotel.
It was very clean and felt cozy (in a good way). Staff were cheerful. I was in the top tier and could still see everything just fine. Leg room is a bit of an issue up there though. I'm 5'8" and had to sit very unlady like! Thankfully, no one was...more
This theater is fun because it fits a lot of people but is quite tiny compared to other theaters in the area. I can tell that they had to re-stage many components in the current show (Legally Blonde) because of the tiny stage but it didn't hurt the production at all. It was great fun.
The staff is nice, the facilities are clean, and the seats aren't too small. I would say that the best seats...more
A mid-sized theatre with a postage-stamp footprint, the Savoy Theatre is next door to the Savoy Hotel just off the Strand. It was purpose-built in the 1880s as a theatre -- as opposed to one of the early C20th "grand cinemas" which are now theatres (see the Apollo Victoria, Dominion, and Piccadilly as examples). The Savoy is a three tier theatre seating 1,100, with ornate decoration and...more
The Savoy Theatre sits in the middle of The Strand and is currently recognisable by the giant 'NEVER FORGET' poster outside advertising the Take That musical. I'm ashamed to say that this was what drove me to visit The Savoy, I just can't get enough of those 1990's beats. Actually, it was for a friends birthday (if that reinstates any credibility) and we had a great time.
The theatre itself...more