Apollo Theatre London
Since 2006, the Apollo Victoria Theatre in London has been the home to the hit musical Wicked. The spectacular venure, commonly known as the Apollo Victoria, has the capacity to hold over 2,300 people and is ideally located right near Victoria Station.
Located behind Piccadilliy Circus, the theatre has played host to many of shows, most recently the production of Annie featuring comedian Miranda Heart. The theatre has a capacity to hold over 1,200 people and can be accessed on public transport on the Piccadilly Circus line.
The first London theatre to be built after World War I, The Fortune Theatre was once so succinctly described as ‘The most intimate of theatres’. It first opened to the public on Satuday 8th November 1924 and is built on the site of the old Albion Tavern. It’s most current show is The Woman in Black and it has the capacity for over 400 people.
Located in the Strand in the City of West Minster, The Savoy Theatre first opened its doors on 10th October 1881. The theatre has played host to numerous hits including Funny Girl, Legally Blonde, Gypsy and is currently showing the West-End production of Dreamgirls, starring Glee star Amber Riley. It has the capacity to hold over 1,100 people.
One of the most unique and exciting spaces in London, Trafalgar Studios is host to a wide range of diverse and inspiring theatre, offering a refreshing change to audiences from the norm and often a chance to see work that wouldn’t otherwise have found a place in the West End. Trafalgar Studios has the capacity to hold over 370 people.