The Palace Theatre was restored to it former Victorian splendour in 2004.
The theatre is set in the heart of the West End on Shaftesbury Avenue in Soho and is a short walk from Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus and a variety of shops, restaurants and cafés. If you are celebrating a special occasion or entertaining guests why not take advantage of our own in house hospitality by organising a VIP Experience to make your visit even more special.
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Venue Details & Map
St JamesLondonW1D 7ES
- +44 870 890 1107
- Public transport:
- (5mins) Take Charing Cross Road until you reach the crossroads with Shaftesbury Avenue.
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- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
My brother and I went after getting the day seats from the box office that morning (£25 for £50 seats!) Got there for the matinee, were seated quickly, and the show started. Before that though, the entire experience of being in the Palace Theatre was great. The staff were helpful, the bathrooms were clean (though they could use more of them), and there were plenty of opportunities...more
In yo' face? In my face!:)
You might think I'm strange for saying this, but I really enjoyed having water splashed in my face for this show!
No seats could have been more fun for me than sitting in the front for that face soaking. I was a few rows back though so it was a lot safer than the first row, which I believe is handed out macs sometimes.
This show has a real sense of fun to it and...more
There is something totally awesome about the Theatre in the West End of London. I am a proud American, and love Broadway, but I now understand what the theatre experience in London is! I saw Singing' in the Rain. There was no Gene Kelly, and the dance routines were not stunning. Still there was something about the colors, and the raw power of the Palace Theatre. It seems nothing in old...more
This review will be solely based on the theatre itself.
Upon entering, it is super nice and old glam-neas going on. Brings you back to a different era. Which I love!!
Going up and up those stairs, you have women selling you Cadbury chocolates but all I want to do is get to my seat!
This may be because of me: my girlfriend and I went to see "Singing in the Rain" and I didn't want to spend...more
This review is for the actual theatre itself not the show that I saw tonight. This was the single worst theatre going experience of my life. I paid more for two other shows so we wanted to get more bargain seats for singing' in the rain. It was a huge mistake. I'm a theatre snob yes...but this balcony is totally not worth even the £25 ticket price.
The seats aren't staggered enough so you...more