Constructed for actor-manager Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, His Majesty’s Theatre is the fourth one to be built on the site. It opened in 1897 with Gilbert Parker’s play Seats of the Mighty and has since then staged several successful and spectacular productions including Shakespeare, literary adaptations, dramas, plays, musicals, and more. Currently, His Majesty’s Theatre is playing The Phantom of the Opera, which opened in 1986 making it the longest-running production in the theatre’s history.

1122 Seats

Wheelchair Accessible

Washrooms

Accessible Toilets

Hearing Assistance

Guide Dogs

Cloakroom

Bar

Water Fountain

Now Playing

Phantom of the Opera

Phantom of the Opera

4.6(1.1k)
£30

About His Majesty's Theatre

Seating Plan
History
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  • His Majesty’s Theatre can seat 1231 people at any given time. 
  • The auditorium is divided into four sections - 513 Stalls, 285 Royal Circle, 330 Grand Circle and 103 Balcony. 
  • There are quite a few seats with restricted views due to pillars, overhanging, and rails. 
  • It is advisable to get seats in the Stalls for the best views of the stage as well as the performances.

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Getting There
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  • Bus: Take routes 6, 13, 15, 23, 139, 159, or 453 and get off at Haymarket or Regent Street St James bus stops. The theatre is approximately a 5-minute walk from there.
  • Tube: The nearest underground stations are Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines) and Charing Cross (Northern and Bakerloo lines). The theatre is a four-minute walk from both stations.
  • Rail: Take a train to Charing Cross Station. The theatre is a 7-minute walk from there.
  • Parking: Car parking facilities are available in Trafalgar Square and St. Martin’s Street. Daily congestion charges for Central London apply.

Frequently Asked Questions About His Majesty's Theatre

Where is His Majesty's Theatre located?

His Majesty's Theatre is located on Haymarket around the corner from Pall Mall in the City of Westminster in London.

How can I reach His Majesty's Theatre?

You can reach His Majesty's Theatre via rail, bus, tube, or car.

What are the different types of shows and productions that are staged at His Majesty's Theatre?

His Majesty's Theatre has staged several productions including plays, dramas, musicals, operas, literary adaptations, and more.

What are the seating options available at His Majesty's Theatre?

There are three seating sections available - Stall, Royal Circle, Grand Circle, and the Balcony.

Is His Majesty's Theatre accessible to people with disabilities?

Yes. His Majesty's Theatre is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

How much do His Majesty's Theatre tickets cost?

The price of the tickets depends on the show you choose to watch and the timing of the same.

Are there any dining options available near His Majesty's Theatre?

Yes. There are quite a few dining options available near His Majesty's Theatre such as Spaghetti House, The Ivy, Machiya, VietCafe Haymarket, and more.

What are some of the things to do or attractions to explore near His Majesty's Theatre?

A few attractions near His Majesty's Theatre that you can explore before you go for a show include the National Gallery, the Royal Opera House, The Royal Mews Buckingham Palace, The Queen’s Chapel, and more.

Where can I book my His Majesty's Theatre tickets?

You can book your tickets to shows playing at His Majesty's Theatre online at London Theatre Tickets. You will get the best deals and discounts and all the information you need at your fingertips.