Catch the hit jukebox musical Strictly ballroom at the magnificent Piccadilly Theatre London! The critically and
commercially acclaimed London
show has won rave reviews amongst the theatre lovers. The stunning theatre has
a huge occupancy of 1232 and categorized into three levels as Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle. The
Stall has the maximum seating occupancy and offer best view of the stage as it
is the closest one.
Piccadilly Theatre is situated at
16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY. Positioned in the heart of
the famous Piccadilly Circus and also near
some of the most popular attractions such as markets of Covent
Garden, huge greenery of Hyde Park,
Green Park, Ritz Hotel and Royal Academy.
You can spend some great time by having great food at the restaurants and bars.
The stunning theatre is located
an accessible location from various modes of commutation such as tubes, buses,
taxis or cars. For the disabled patrons and their carers, discounted tickets
are available. Theatre is equipped with Sennheiser infra-red system and
headsets can be availed from the Box Office.
In the year 1928, Piccadilly
Theatre made its opening whereas designed by Marc-Henri Levy and Gaston
Laverdet having Art Deco interior and plain façade. The medium sized theatre
has occupancy of 1232. When theatre was built, it was the largest in London
During the early days, theatre
used to host ballet, drama and films. It was the first venue in Britain to run
a talking picture The Singing Fool which stars Al Johnson. Theatre was
transformed into a cabaret restaurants and renamed as The London Casino in the
year 1936. During the WWII, a section of building was destructed by bomb.
Theatre was reopened in 50s with first ever performance of Who’s Afraid of
Virginia Woolf? A Streetcar Named Desire.
Some of the recent notable productions at the Piccadilly
Theatre are Guys and Dolls, Jailhouse Rock and Grease and Ghost the Musical! Now
experience the magic of Jersey Boys at the stunning Piccadilly Theatre!