Garrick Theatre is located at Charing
Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH on the edge of the famous theatreland of London.
Its situated near Trafalgar Square and the famous National Gallery. The theatre
is amidst some of the popular tourist spots. Thus, it is a perfect venue for
the viewers to enjoy some great time before or after the show. The famous
Charing Cross Road has some of the popular bookshops.
The magnificent Garrick Theatre
is located just off the Leicester Square and can be easily commuted via public
transport such as buses and tubes. Being located at an easily accessible
location, you can visit the theatre via buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Bus
numbers 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 24, 29 and 30 all stop near the theatre.
Garrick Theatre is considered
quite tricky as there are various pillars in the stalls section. If you want to avoid these
pillars and looking for some great view seats then simply go for the Dress
Circle. The Stalls have been mainly categorsied into three sections, Dress
Circle is at ground level and can be accessed via main foyer, whereas Upper
Circle is divided into two sections.
For disabled patrons and their
carers, Garrick Theatre offers discounted seats. The Box-office is equipped
with an induction-loop, whereas infra-red system inside the auditorium. The
history of Garrick Theatre dates back to the year 1889 and was opened under the
management of the famous playwright W S Gilbert and designed by the architect
Garrick Theatre has a brilliant
history of hosting genres of melodrama and comedy. Nowadays, it mainly hosts touring
productions. It is a small theatre with occupancy of 656 and is named after the
famous Shakespearean actor David Garrick. He was regarded as the legend of the
In the year 1889, theatre made
its debut with Arthur Wing Pinero’s The Profligate. Some of the notable
productions at the Garrick Theatre are J. M. Barrie’s The Wedding Guest,
Rutland Barrington’s Water Babies and Gilbert’s own Harlequin and the Fairy’s
Dilemma. Nimax Group is the current owner of Garrick Theatre with some recent
productions like The Little Dog Laughed, All the Fun of the Fair, The Hurly
Burly Show, Pygmalion and Chicago.