London Palladium is a West End Grade II theatre located in Soho, London. The London Palladium has been under the ownership and management of various people and entities throughout its history. Currently, it is operated by LW Theatres, part of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group. The Palladium has been known to host several prominent productions, like concerts, comedy shows, musicals, TV specials and more.
London Palladium is located in Soho, London, on Argyll Street.
London Palladium is easily accessible by all forms of public transport, the easiest being by tube, with the exit on the same street as the theatre.
London Palladium hosts a range of entertainment events every year, including concerts, comedy shows, theatre performances, variety shows and others. It has seen performances by the Marx Brothers, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Bob Hope, Julie Andrews, Des O’Connor, and Tommy Steele, to name a few. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Wizard of Oz are some of the most notable performances at the theatre.
London Palladium has a total seating capacity of 2303 spread over three levels – Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle.
Yes, London Palladium has made its performances accessible to those with motor, audio, visual and other stimulatory disabilities. There are lifts, ramps, accessible toilets, audio-described performances and hearing assistance available, among other accessibility services.
You can book your tickets to shows playing at the London Palladium online at London Theatre Tickets. You will get the best deals and discounts and all the information you need at your fingertips.
London Palladium is surrounded by dining options, some of which include Ergon Deli, Sketch and Yauatcha Soho.
Oxford Circus and Regent Street are very close to London Palladium which could make for a great pre or post-theatre outing.
No, there is no official dress code for the London Palladium, however, visitors generally show up in smart casuals.