The sensational London musical, The Commitments is running with packed houses at the magnificent Palace Theatre. Under the superb direction of Jamie Lloyd, the show is a must watch for people of all age groups.
Palace Theatre is located at 109-113 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1V 8AY. The venue is the abode of various historical theatrical buildings, bars, restaurants and hotels. Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square are also located at a walking distance. You can also enjoy in Covent Garden which is located at a nearby location.
Palace theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. You can also visit the theatre via bus route numbers 14, 19 and 38. Leicester Square is the nearest station and can be reached via Piccadilly and Northern Lines. With a huge occupancy of 1400, the auditorium is mainly categorised into Stalls, Dress Circle, Grand Circle and Balcony.
For an enjoyable viewing, you can opt for Stalls and Dress Circle. Ticket prices are bit expensive as compare to others, but you would be able to enjoy some great viewing. For all disabled patrons and carers, theatre offer discounted tickets. The Box Office is equipped with an induction loop point and auditorium is equipped with an infrared system.
Since 1891, Palace Theatre is hosting some of the finest entertainment. Richard D’Oyly opened the theatre as Royal English Opera House. Theatre hosted some of the topmost revue shows and musical comedies such as No, No, Nanette, Princess Charming, Cabaret, and The Gay Divorce, in which Fred Astaire acted for the first time.
Later part of 20th century witnessed musicals at the Palace Theatre along with some of the spectacular productions. The original productions of The Sound of Music and Jesus Christ Superstar made their debut at the Palace theatre, where the latter running for outstanding 8 years. Some of the popular shows at the Palace Theatre are Monty Python’s Spamalot, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The Three Little Pigs and Singin’ In the Rain.
Since 1891, Palace Theatre has been the venue for some of the finest London entertainments. It was opened by Richard ‘Oyly Carte as Royal English Opera House. Theatre hosted some of the finest revue shows and musical comedies of the era such as No, No, Nanette, Princess Charming, Cabaret, and The Gay Divorce.
During the latter part of 20th century, Palace Theatre hosted some of the spectacular productions such as Sound of Music and Jesus Christ Superstar. The latter ran for remarkable 8 years. The blockbuster award winning show, Les Miserables was also hosted by Palace Theatre when it transferred from the Barbican theatre in the year 1985.
Some other notable productions at the Palace Theatre are Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, classic musical Singin’ In the Rain and the latest Roddy Doyle’s The Commitments which made its debut in the year 2013!
Palace Theatre is located at 109-113 Shaftsbury Avenue, London, W1V 8AY, which is a central location along Shaftesbury Avenue. The venue is positioned amidst lots of popular as well as historical theatre buildings. For tourists and theatre goers, the venue has lots of other entertainment options such as bars, restaurants and hotels.
Under 3's will not be admitted.