Prince Edward Theatre
28 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS

Prince Edward Theatre - London

Experience the hugely anticipated London musical, Aladdin at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre! The stunning London Westend theatre is located at 28 Old Compton Street, W1D 4HS. Some of the finest London attractions are positioned at a nearby distance such as Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden. The venue is the abode of some popular shops, bars and restaurants.

The magnificent Prince Edward Theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. You can visit the theatre via bus route numbers 14, 19 and 38. With an astounding occupancy of 1618, the auditorium is categorised into three levels as Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle.

For those who are looking for best viewing seats, must go for Stalls section. Dress Circle is hanging above the Stalls. For those who are looking for some of the best viewing seats, must go for the seats in middle block. Seats are quite expensive in Stalls and Dress Circle. If you are looking for lower priced seats then you can go for Upper Circle.

For disabled patrons and carers, Prince Edward Theatre offers discounted tickets. The auditorium is equipped with an infra-red system. Year 1930 marked the debut of Prince Edward Theatre. Edward Stone was the architect who designed the magnificent theatre. The Grade II listed building has occupancy of 1618.

Musical comedy, Rio Rita was the first production of the theatre but was a huge flop. After a number of flop production, theatre was transformed into Casino in the year 1936. Varied range of entertainment acts and cabaret were performed at the theatre. During the WWII, it was transformed into Queenberry All Services Club and used to entertain armed forces featuring stars like Glenn Miller and Vera Lynn.

Theatre was again transformed into Casino and then into cinema. Year 1978 marked the production of shows at Prince Edward Theatre like Evita, Crazy For You, Some Like It Hot and West Side Story. Some other notable shows at the Prince Edward Theatre are Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins and Jersey Boys.

Show Times

Booking From   Booking Untill
28 May 2016   26 Dec 2016
Performance Times  
Matinees: Wednesday 2.30 PM and Saturday 2.30 PM  
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm  
Running Time  
2 hours 30 minutes  


Age Restrictions  
This show is recommended for children aged 12+ and over. Under -3s will not be admitted.
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What The audience is saying...

I was excited about seeing such a great show in an historic theatre. The production was amazing and we loved the show.

Full of emotions and historical burden! Amazing performance of Carrie Hope Fletcher