London Palladium theatre is
located at Argyll Street,
London, W1F 7TF.
It is not situated in the hub of theatreland around Shaftesbury Avenue. However, it is
located behind Oxford Street
in the mid of the city. This area of London
is mainly known for its shopping streets like Oxford Street and Regent Street. It boasts varied range of
high street shops, department stores and
If you are an ardent shopper then
this area is a complete shopper’s paradise. There are huge numbers of bars and
restaurants especially in the back side of Soho.
London Palladium Theatre is accessible via various modes of transportation such as tubes, buses, cars and
With the occupancy of 2286,
London Palladium is one of the largest theatres of the London Westend. Theatre
has been divided into three levels as Stalls, Royal Circle and Upper Circle. For those who are looking
for the best viewing of the stage, must opt for Stalls in the middle.
For the disabled guests and
cares, London Palladium offers discounted tickets. The auditorium has infra-red
system and induction loop at the box office. In the year 1910, theatre was
constructed by Frank Matcham and is undoubtedly one of the most famous London
Theatres amongst all.
The stunning theatre was renowned
mainly for varied range of shows. Some of the biggest stars of stage and screen
have performed at this Grade II listed building. Some of the big names
performed here are Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Bob Hope, Ella
Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Elaine Page, Elvis Presley and Cliff Richard.
From the year1955 to 1967, London
Palladium was the venue for ITV show Sunday Night which was hosted by Bruce
Forsyth. During the 21st century, theatre hosted a series of popular
musicals under the supervision of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Really Useful Theatre
Group. Some of the famous musicals hosted here are The King and I, Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang, The Sound of Music and Sister Act – The Musical and many