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                                                Adelphi Theatre

Enjoy the blockbuster London show, Made in Dagenham at the magnificent Adelphi Theatre London! The stunning theatre is located at 409-412 Strand, London, WC2R 0NS. Positioned on the hugely popular London’s tourist spots on the famous Strand close to the bank of River Thames, this is one of the most visited areas of London city. Various other theatres are also located along the road. Adelphi Theatre is also positioned near some famous tourist spots like Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus!

This is one of the most famous areas of London and you can enjoy visit to some famous attractions such as museums, galleries and monuments like National Gallery and Nelson’s Column. You can also enjoy some lip smacking food at the various restaurants and bars. Some other major attractions close to Adelphi Theatre are National Opera House and London Transport Museum.

Adelphi Theatre is accessible via various modes of commutation such as tubes, buses, taxis or cars. With the huge occupancy of 1500, the seating is categorised into Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. If you are looking for best viewing seats then simply opt for Stall section. For disabled patrons their carers, discounted seats are available. The magnificent theatre is equipped with infra-red system with headsets and an induction loop at the Box Office.

Positioned along the famous London’s Strand, Adelphi Theatre is also a part of Really Useful Theatre Group by Andrew Lloyd. Grade II listed building is fourth on this site and feature Art Deco Style of 30s. To satisfy the demands of actress daughter Jane, theatre was founded in the year 1806 as Sans Pareil by John Scott.

During the initial years of the theatre, melodramas were produced with series named as The Adelphi Screamers. Some of the recent notable productions at the Adelphi Theatre are  Chicago, Evita, Joseph and the Dreamcoat and Love Never Dies.