The Grade II listed Phoenix Theatre in the West End is located on Charing Cross Road.
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Charing Cross RoadSt JamesLondonWC2H 0JP
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Lovely theatre settled in the heart of the West End. I was lucky enough to go for the guys and dolls production and it was fabulous. Great acting, good sets and spot on music! It's clear they really take time to choose good shows for the people of London to see.
I managed to get day seats, at 9:45 in the morning for the Saturday evening show, which I thought was quite a miracle given Rebel...more
What a beautiful theatre. I love the red inside. It is fairly small so all the seats are close to the action.
My wife and I went and saw Guys and Dolls, which we really enjoyed. The music was great, as was the choreography. The American accents were hit or miss, with some characters absolutely nailing them and others, well, nailing them sometimes and not so much at other times.
it was Rebel...more
Beautiful small theatre in central London.
It's one of the older ones with a really good layout and gorgeous decor. Despite being on the older side, it looks to be in great condition and really clean.
As most of the older theatres, the toilets are not ideal, there's never enough of them, an leg room in the theatre is on the sparse side.
The incline in the stalls is not very steep, so if...more
I've been to this theatre located at the top of Charing Cross Road twice over the last year - first time to see Once (meh) and more recently to see Bend it Like Beckham (amazing - feel good, catchy tunes, awesome set, good actors, fun fun fun).
The first time we were in the stalls - seats were comfy, plenty of legroom, good view. Second time we were in the dress circle with again comfy seats...more
What a wonderful theatre. Possibly my favourite in London. It's small and intimate yet still feels very grand. The seats are comfortable though there's not always a lot of legroom. The stage, even when you're in the upper circle, feels close enough that you don't feel like you're miles away. The only downside is that you can't reach the Upper Circle from the main entrance of the theatre, you...more