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Piccadilly Theatre Tours

Piccadilly Theatre
First raising its curtain in 1928, the West End’s Piccadilly Theatre has been entertaining London audiences for almost a century. Over the years, the theater has survived two attempts to repurpose the space, as well as World War II bombing. It’s now known for its Broadway transfers, long-running musicals, and art deco design.

The Basics

The Piccadilly Theatre is nestled in the heart of the city’s entertainment district, making it possible to admire its modern facade on a walking tour of the area. Those who book a matinee or evening show get to appreciate the 3-level auditorium’s 20th-century art deco interior. Look out for the few remaining original fittings, and benefit from the theatre’s close proximity to top Soho restaurants and bars for an immersive London nightlife experience.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • The theater’s diverse program is popular with adults and children alike.
  • Book your tickets ahead of time to secure the best seats and deals.
  • Certain sections of the theater are accessible for wheelchair users. Alert the theater of your needs ahead of time and arrive early.

How to Get There
Piccadilly Circus is the nearest Underground station. Several local buses serve nearby Regent Street and Shaftesbury Avenue. Driving is best avoided during weekdays when the Congestion Charge applies. However, evening or weekend visitors can park in nearby Chinatown Car Park and enjoy discounted parking when tickets are validated at the theater.

When to Get There

Shows tend to run in four- to eight-month blocks, so check ahead if there’s a specific performance you want to see. Otherwise, matinees are generally popular with families and school trips, while evening shows tend to draw a more adult crowd. Be aware that Soho is often busy, particularly on Friday and Saturday nights.

The West End
Piccadilly Theatre is just one of many notable theaters in London’s West End, the famous commercial theater district with a history dating back to the 1600s. Culture vultures and arts enthusiasts can discover more than 40 historic venues packed into the area, including the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and St. Martin's Theatre.

Address: 16 Denman Street, London, England
Admission: Varies
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Pretty Woman - The Musical Ticket

Pretty Woman - The Musical Ticket

Fancy a night out on the West End? Dip a toe into London’s thriving theater scene—and attend one of the most in-demand productions in town—when you book tickets to “Pretty Woman: The Musical.” Based on the 1990 blockbuster starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, the musical tells a love story for the ages, complete with an original soundtrack. Secure your seats before you travel for a stress-free experience.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Should I book Piccadilly Theatre tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Piccadilly Theatre can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 0 Piccadilly Theatre tickets and tours on Viator.
How much does it cost to visit Piccadilly Theatre 2021?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Piccadilly Theatre costs USD 139.20. Guided Piccadilly Theatre tours start around USD 139.20 per person. See all 0 Piccadilly Theatre tickets and tours on Viator.
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