Theatre Royal Haymarket, also known as Haymarket Theatre or Little Theatre, is a historic gem nestled in the heart of London's West End. Since its grand opening in 1720, it is the third oldest playhouse to still be active. This iconic venue is a Grade I listed building. It has been a timeless stage for captivating stories, awe-inspiring performances, and unparalleled theatrical experiences. With its rich heritage and unwavering commitment to artistic excellence, Theatre Royal Haymarket continues to illuminate the city's cultural landscape, inviting audiences to indulge in the magic of live entertainment like never before.

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About Theatre Royal Haymarket

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  • The Theatre Royal Haymarket has approximately 893 seats in total, spread across its various seating sections, including the Stalls, Royal Circle, Upper Circle, and Gallery.
  • Located closest to the stage, the Stalls provide an intimate setting with 361 seats, for an up-close theatrical experience.
  • Positioned above the Stalls, the Royal Circle with 215 seats offers excellent views and a touch of grandeur.
  • Situated higher up, housing 186 seats, the Upper Circle provides a balanced perspective of the stage, ensuring a comprehensive view of the performance.
  • The highest tier, the gallery, offers a more budget-friendly option with 131 seats, without compromising on the essence of the show.

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  • Tube: The Theatre Royal Haymarket is conveniently close to Piccadilly Circus tube station (a 5-minute walk), served by Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines. Exit 5, turn right after crossing Panton and Orange Street to find the theatre on your left. Leicester Square station is also nearby (a 10-minute walk).
  • Rail: The nearest station, Charing Cross Station, is 15 minutes away. From the station, walk left along The Strand, through Trafalgar Square, then take the second exit onto Cockspur Street. Turn right at Haymarket's end, and the theatre is on your right.
  • Bus: Several bus routes, including 6, 12, 14, 19, 23, 38, 88, 94, 159, and 453, have stops at Piccadilly Circus. The most convenient stops for the theatre are Haymarket and Regent Street St James’s, all within a 5-minute walk.
  • Parking: The nearest car park, Q-Park Leicester Square, is on Whitcomb Street. Check out Q-Park’s Theatreland scheme to get more details about the parking at Theatre Royal Haymarket. Convenient passenger drop-off outside the theatre on Haymarket for drivers and taxis.

Frequently Asked Questions About Theatre Royal Haymarket

Where is Theatre Royal Haymarket located?

Theatre Royal Haymarket is located in London's West End, specifically at Haymarket, St. James's, Westminster, SW1Y 4HT, United Kingdom. It is also very near the popular tourist spot of Piccadilly Circus.

How can I reach Theatre Royal Haymarket?

Theatre Royal Haymarket is easily accessible by all public transport (tube, train, car, and bus), the most straightforward being by tube with the nearest station - Piccadilly Circus tube station- just 5 minutes away.

What are the different types of shows and productions that are staged at the Theatre Royal Haymarket?

The Theatre Royal Haymarket stages a diverse array of shows, from influential classics like Ibsen's "Ghosts" to contemporary musicals like "Heathers: The Musical." It has hosted renowned plays, repertory seasons, and popular musical adaptations, showcasing its versatility and cultural prominence.

What are the seating options available at Theatre Royal Haymarket?

Theatre Royal Haymarket has a seating capacity of 893 people. The theatre's seating options are spread across four levels- Stalls, Royal Circle, Upper Circle, and Gallery.

Is Theatre Royal Haymarket accessible to people with disabilities?

Yes, Theatre Royal Haymarket has performances and shows accessible to those with motor, audio, visual, and other stimulatory disabilities. There is wheelchair access, adapted toilets, guide dogs and hearing dogs allowance, and many more access facilities.

How much do the Theatre Royal Haymarket tickets cost?

Ticket prices depend on the show you wish to watch and its timings at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Are there any dining options available near Theatre Royal Haymarket?

Theatre Royal Haymarket has an in-house bar which is open 30 minutes before the show and during intermission. Apart from this, there are numerous dining options around the theatre like Farzi London, STK Steakhouse London-Strand, etc.

What are some of the things to do or attractions to explore near Theatre Royal Haymarket?

Near Theatre Royal Haymarket, explore the lively West End, featuring theaters, shops, and dining. You can also enjoy Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, St. James's Park, Buckingham Palace, and Trafalgar Square for cultural and leisure experiences.

Where can I book my Theatre Royal Haymarket tickets?

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