The Queen’s Theatre is part of Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, which are one of the largest London theatre owners with a portfolio of seven theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres own and run the Prince Edward Theatre, the Queen’s Theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre, refurbished in 2004 to recreate the glamour of the 1930’s, and the Novello Theatre which was renovated to celebrate its centenary in 2005.
We also own the Wyndham’s and the renamed Noel Coward Theatre with the Gielgud completing the portfolio in March 2006, major restoration of these three theatres has now been completed, demonstrating our commitment to the improvement and upgrading of all Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
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- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Communication Facilities
- Hearing loop system
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Staff disability awareness trained
- Additional Accessible Facilities
- Level access, ramp or lift to ticket issuing point
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- Access Inside Building Facilities
- Some routes suitable for limited mobility users
- Some routes suitable for wheelchair users
- Steps with handrail within building
- Steps within building
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- Coach parties accepted
- Group bookings accepted
- Stag or hen parties accepted
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Host of the longest running musical in history: Les Miserables.
It's not a huge theatre, so even if you get a ticket at the back it wouldn't affect your viewing too much. At first I thought my seat was too close to the theatre, but turns out it was great, you can see the actors closely and they are so good that you don't realized they are acting even being that close.
The musical is...more
Les Miserables music has been blasted into my mind by my fellow mates almost every weekend. After some pints, the Confrontation and numerous other songs are embedded in my brain for the rest of the evening, so you can guess that while watching the play, the music was already stuck in my mind and it didn't bother me one bit.
The theater was lovely in the sense there really wasn't a bad seat...more
I feel it is a tad unfair to review a theatre based entirely on the show, however, I will always remember the Queen's Theatre for popping my Les Mis cherry. And boy was it good.
I was in the upper tier seats and it didn't even matter. The singing was mind blowing. I have been signing Jean Valjean's part of the confrontation all morning (which I am sure is starting to annoy my coworkers)....more
The Queen's Theatre's showing of Les Mis is as quality as they come.
Les Mis is a great story and the actors here have done a fabulous job of turning the book into a theatrical masterpiece. What I like about this story is that it teaches a great moral lesson instead of just being some drab show. It's funny, it's emotional, and it keeps you entertained. The theatre is located just near...more