London Palladium Argyll Street, London W1F 7TF
London Palladium, London, get information about the, best seats, seating plans, running time and theatre address. London Palladium Theatre booking office,8 Argyll St, Soho, London.
Current and Upcoming shows at the London Palladium
Jason Robert Brown Tickets -London Palladium 24 March 2024-24 March 2024. Click here to book.
Fascinating Aida -London Palladium 4 February 2024 -6 February 2024. Click here to book.
The Addams Family – London Palladium 12 February 2024 -13 February 2024. Click here to book.
Whitney – Queen of the Night – London Palladium 14 February 2024 -14 February 2024. Click here to book.
The Simon & Garfunkel Story – London Palladium 15 February 2024 -15 February 2024. Click here to book.
Side Show In Concert Tickets – London Palladium.3 March 2024-3 March 2024. Click here to book.
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Experience London’s Most Famous Stage at The London Palladium
The London Palladium stands out among the historic theatres in London’s West End, as it is one of the most prestigious and popular venues. Situated on Argyll Street, just off Oxford Circus, it boasts a seating capacity of 2,286 and has been the stage for many iconic performances for over a century. It continues to attract over half a million visitors every year.
From The Beatles to Britain’s Got Talent, the world-famous London Palladium has cemented its status as one of the United Kingdom’s most renowned and recognisable entertainment venues.
The London Palladium Theatre
The London Palladium was first opened in 1910, under the commission of the famous theatrical producer and manager, Walter Gibbons. The Palladium was designed by the esteemed Scottish architect, Frank Matcham, and exuded an elegant Edwardian style. With its detailed plasterwork, gold leaf accents, and dramatic curtains, it quickly became a cultural hotspot, playing host to various gala variety shows, circus spectacles, and the new craze of ragtime dances.
In the century since, The London Palladium has expanded beyond vaudeville and variety acts to become one of the premier West End homes for musical theatre with several hit shows holding the prized Palladium stage. The theatre retains its glamorous early 20th-century architecture and interior design as an official Grade II listed building. State-of-the-art upgrades ensure productions have the latest in lighting and technical capabilities.
When it comes to the London Palladium, it is important to understand the layout and seating arrangement inside the venue.
The London Palladium Theatre has a total seating capacity of 2,286 across three levels – Stalls, Royal Circle, and Upper Circle.
The Stalls is the main floor level, housing 1,200 seats in an intimate sloped layout close to the stage. Stall seats in the centre (rows D-P) provide the most immersive vantage point.
The Royal Circle is the first balcony level, considered prime seating due to great sightlines. With a capacity of 610 seats, the Royal Circle has unobstructed views from all angles other than behind temporary safety railings. Seats 101 to 116 on the house left and 201 to 216 on the house right are closest to the stage.
Finally, the Upper Circle is the highest tier in the theatre with 476 seats that form a horseshoe-shaped balcony. While it has the most distant perspective, the steep vertical angle still provides good visibility. The front centre of the Upper Circle in seats A1 to A12 and K26 to K37 are regarded as the best affordable options.
When selecting London Palladium tickets, check the detailed seating chart to confirm sightlines for each section. Moderately priced Royal Circle seats often represent the optimal balance of value and experience.
Famous Moments at The London Palladium
The London Palladium has hosted numerous royal variety shows and exclusive movie premieres for the rich and famous. But it is perhaps best known for iconic music and pop culture moments:
– The Beatles made history with The Royal Variety Show at the Palladium in 1963, marking the television debut of the Fab Four.
– Judy Garland delivered over 300 unforgettable concerts at the London Palladium culminating in 1964.
– Britain’s Got Talent films its live shows at The London Palladium, beaming Simon Cowell across British TVs.
With its prime location, royal reputation, and perfect for filming, The London Palladium continues to be one of London’s most in-demand and prestigious performance venues for superstars.
Catch a Show at The London Palladium
From family-friendly musicals to glittering gala shows, the tradition of exceptional entertainment at The London Palladium lives on.
In 2000, Andrew Lloyd Webber acquired the theatre through his Useful Group, now known as LW Theatres. Since then, the London Palladium has been the venue for various significant and famous stage musicals including The King and I, The Sound of Music, Sister Act the Musical, and The Wizard of Oz
The London Palladium Theatre is located off Oxford Street in the City of Westminister.
Access Booking: 0844 412 4648
Group Booking: 02074920834
Stage Door: 020 7850 8770