The magnificent Queen’s Theatre
is situated at 51 Shaftesbury
Avenue London, W1D 6BA. With quite a large
auditorium as compare to other theatres of London Westend, theatre has huge
occupancy of 1065 and categorized into three levels as Stalls, Dress Circle and
For those who are looking for the best views of the stage, must go for the
Located on the famous Shaftesbury Avenue
which is one of the most popular streets of theatres in London, Queen’s Theatre is hugely popular
amongst the theatre lovers. Fully covered with neon lights and huge posters,
this is one of the busiest areas of London
westend. For the visitors, tourists and locals, this area is hugely popular and
has endless options to enjoy such as eating, drinking and entertainment.
is renowned for some of the finest bars and restaurants. If you are looking for
Chinese food then you must go for Chinatown.
Moreover, some of the finest tourist attractions are located at a nearby
location of the theatre such as Leicester
Square and Piccadilly Circus.
Queen’s Theatre can be visited easily via various modes of commutation such as
tubes, cars, buses and taxis.
For the disabled patrons and
their carers, discounted and concession tickets are available. Theatre is equipped
with hearing loop infra-red system and 12 headsets. In the year 1907, Queen’
Theatre marked its opening as a twin for the Gielgud Theatre. Architect WGR
Sprague designed the theatre and decorated in Edwardian Renaissance style with
Queen’s Theatre is also known for
running some of the finest Shakespearean and restoration classics with
outstanding performances from John Gielgud, Fred Astaire, Kenneth Branagh,
Marlene Dietrich, Alec Guinness, Laurence Olivier, Basil Rathbone and Maggie
Smith. Theatre has been home to some great productions like The Hobbit,
Contact, The Rocky Horror Show, Cyberjam, The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer