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                                           Her Majesty Theatre

The opulent Her Majesty’s Theatre is located at 57 Haymarket, London, SW 1Y 4QL. The theatre is situated amidst the theatreland of London which is near Piccadilly Circus and on the Haymarket which leads down to Trafalgar Square. This is an immensely busy and popular area of the city with lots of hotels, restaurants and shops close to the theatre.

Some of the major London attractions are at nearby distance such as National Gallery, Nelson’s Column and London Transport Museum. Theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis or cars. You can visit the theatre via route numbers such as 6, 12, 13, 15, 22B, 38, 53, 88 and 159.

The larger auditorium has a huge occupancy of 1216 and categorised into Stalls, Royal Circle and Balcony. Ticket prices are quite expensive in Stalls section as compare to other sections and also vary a lot. Thus, you can find tickets in accordance of your budget and requirements. For those who are looking for best viewing seats, must opt for the front row middle seats. From here you can have the best views of the stage.

Above the Stalls is the Royal Circle which also provides some great seats at great prices. Ticket prices are quite similar to the Stalls and offer good views as well. Grand Circle is the second highest tier and offers reasonably good views, whereas prices are quite low. Balcony is the uppermost tier, which makes you feel far away from the main action. Seats are quite low priced!

For disabled patrons and carers, theatre offer discounted tickets. The Box office is equipped with an induction loop, whereas an infra-red system with headsets can be collected from the cloakroom. Since 1905, the theatre is standing on the site and a Grade-II listed building. Under the management of Herbert Beerbohm, the current building has been in existence since 1897.

During the initial years, theatre hosted some spectacular productions such as George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion and Chu Chin Chow by Oscar Asche and also works of J. B. Priestly, Noel Coward and J. M. Synge. Since 1986, Phantom of the Opera is running at Her Majesty’s Theatre with packed houses.

Venue Info

57, Haymarket London SW1Y 4QL

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