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#1
London Theatre Shows

A top night out in London's theatres

4.8 (224 reviews)
#2
Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is one of London's most treasured buildings, first opened by Queen Victoria in 1871. Performances in all genres have taken place on its famous stage and visitors can join a guide for a behind-the-scenes tour! The Royal Albert Hall is located in Kensington and is easy to reach by tube or bus.

4.4 (192 reviews)
#3
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Shakespeare’s Globe is a stunning and architecturally accurate recreation of the bard’s original theatrical home from 1599. It features an authentic Tudor exterior and thatch roof (the only one in London) while the interior is a loving ode to the way Shakespeare’s plays were viewed by Shakespeare’s public.

4.3 (152 reviews)
#4
Sondheim Theatre

Established in 1907, the Sondheim Theatre brims with historic charm. Despite suffering severe damage during a World War II bombing in 1940, the theatre stands today. Its modern exterior and foyer belie the untouched grandeur of the auditorium within. After a 20-year hiatus, the theatre reopened. It has played host to many stars, hosting stellar performances from the likes of Fred Astaire, Noel Coward, and Kenneth Branagh. The Sondheim Theatre has been the home of the classic musical, Les Misérables since 2004.

4.7 (16 reviews)
#5
Cambridge Theatre

Situated in the heart of the West End since 1930, the Cambridge Theatre exudes a timeless charm. You'll find it a cozy, unique setting that's perfect for big musicals as well as intimate plays.

4.9 (7 reviews)
#6
Adelphi Theatre

Steeped in a rich 200-year history, the enchanting Adelphi Theatre has stunning Art Deco interiors that have set the scene for hundreds of theatrical performances in London.

5 (4 reviews)
#7
Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Two royal boxes, four comprehensive reconstructions and almost 400 years of unbelievable theatrical history: Theatre Royal Drury Lane certainly has a colourful story to tell.

4.9 (12 reviews)
#8
Apollo Victoria Theatre

When you visit Apollo Victoria Theatre you'll be visiting one of London's largest West End venues! Known for hosting the spellbinding "Wicked the Musical," the theater's history, dating back to 1930, adds a touch of nostalgia. Its unique Art Deco design is a testament to its storied history. The theatre is located conveniently opposite Victoria Station and near iconic attractions like Buckingham Palace and Covent Garden.

4.5 (11 reviews)
#9
Aldwych Theatre
4.9 (19 reviews)
#10
Lyceum Theatre

A 2,100-seat theatre in London's West End, right by Covent Garden. It dates back to 1765 and has been home to the Lion King since 1999.

4.8 (74 reviews)

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