Prince of Wales
The stunning Prince of Wales
Theatre has a good occupancy of 1160 and is located at 31, Coventry Street, London,
W1D 6AS. The seats
have been categorized into Stalls and Dress Circle. The magnificent theatre is
positioned between the immensely popular tourist spots Piccadilly
Circus and Leicester
Square. The magnificent theatre is located near
some of the famous attractions like Big Ben and Trafalgar Square.
Prince of Wales Theatre is
located at an area near some of the affordable restaurants and bars. Theatre is
accessible via major modes of commutation such as tubes, buses, cars or taxis.
For the disabled patrons and carers, theatre offers discounted tickets. The box
office is well equipped with induction loop, whereas main auditorium has
In the year 1884, Prince of Wales
Theatre was constructed and originally named as Prince’s Theatre. The theatre
was renamed after two years to honour future Edward VII. The initial few
decades of the theatre has hosted the works of W. S. Gilbert, Ibsen and
In the year 1892, theatre hosted
the first English musical comedy George Edwardes In Town! Theatre has been the
abode of some of the popular productions like Ivor Novello’s debut’s play The
Rat in the year 1924. As the theatre was gaining huge popularity, it has been
destroyed and reconstructed to increase the seating capacity.
Prince of Wales made its reopening in the year 1937
and hosted some of the popular shows and movie premiers like Charlie Chaplin’s
The Great Dictator. During the era of 50s, theatre hosted varied range of acts
like Norman Wisdom, Peter Sellers, Benny Hill and Morecambe and Wise. Some of
the popular productions of Prince of Wales Theatre are Funny Girl features
Barbra Streisand, Bedroom Farce, Underneath the Arches and Andrew Lloyd
Webber’s Aspects of Love, Rent, The Full Monty and Cliff.