The phantom of the Opera Tickets

Her Majesty Theatre London

The award winning London show, The Phantom of the Opera is running with packed houses at the magnificent Her Majesty Theatre! The theatre is located at 57 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL! Being one of the topmost London theatrical venues, the theatre is located near Piccadilly Circus and on the Haymarket which leads down to Trafalgar Square. The hugely popular theatre is situated near plenty of hotels, restaurants and shops near the theatre. Some of the topmost London attraction are located at a walking distance such as National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and the London Transport Museum.

Her Majesty Theatre London is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of transportation such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Piccadilly Circus is the nearest tube station which can be reached on both the Piccadilly line and the Bakerloo line. You can also visit the theatre via bus route numbers 6, 12, 13, 15, 22B, 38, 53, 88 and 159. On the other hand, nearest car park to the theatre is Trafalgar Spring Gardens, which charges £20.00 for 4 hours of parking. You can also hire a cab.

Being one of the largest auditoriums, Her Majesty’s Theatre has occupancy of 1216 which split across four levels. You can buy tickets in accordance with your budget and seating preferences. For best views, Stalls section is ideal. It would be advisable to go for front rows of the section; whereas very front rows are not good, as makes it harder to see the stage clearly. Other seating sections are Royal Circle, Grand Circle and Balcony.

TFor disabled patrons, theatre offers discounted tickets! The Grade II listed Her Majesty’s Theatre has made its debut way back 1705! The current building has been in existence since 1897 under the management of Herbert Beerbohm Tree. The theatre is the home of huge range of dramatic arts such as opera, drama and musicals. Some of the popular shows at the Her Majesty Theatre are George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion and Chu Chin Chow by Oscar Asche along with works by legendary playwrights such as J. B. Priestly, Noel Coward and J. M. Synge.