The Strand, , London, WC2E 7NA
First called The Sans Pareil opening 27th November 1806 before changing its name to Adelphi in 1819. In 1858 the theatre was replaced by a more up to date building now called New Adelphi and then Royal Adelphi in 1867. Re designed in 1930 by Ernest Schaufelberg.
|What’s on at the Adelphi Theatre? The Bodyguard
Book The Bodyguard Tickets
Book The Bodyguard and Hotel theatre breaks
Facilities at the Adelphi Theatre
- Facilities for Hard of Hearing? Infra Red
- Disabled Access? Yes
- Air-conditioning? Yes
- Other Facilities? Guide Dogs allowed - please notify theatre when booking
- Bars at the Adelphi Theatre: 4: 2 x Stalls, 1 x Dress Circle and 1x Grand Circle.
- Toilets at the Adelphi Theatre: Ground floor foyer: Ladies and disabled facilities. Stalls: Ladies by side bar, Gents in both side bar and rear bar. Dress Circle: Ladies and Gents by bar. Grand Circle: Ladies and Gents.
General Notes: Air Conditioning is actually Air-cooled so not quite as effective!
How to Get To The Adelphi Theatre
- By Tube: The nearest tube station to the Adelphi Theatre is the Charing Cross
- By Bus: The bus routes that pass close to the Adelphi Theatre are:6, 9, 11,13, 15, 23, 77A, 91, 139, 176 (please check for up to date information at www.tfl.gov.uk/buses)
- By Train: The nearest train station is Charing Cross
- Closest Parking: Single yellow lines and meters behind theatre on Maiden Lane. Meters further up. NCPs in Drury Lane and Upper St Martin's Lane. Do check up to date car park information at www.ncp.co.uk/london
Hotels near the Adelphi Theatre
- Three star hotels: Travelodge Covent Garden / Strand Palace Hotel
- Four star hotels: Guoman Charing Cross
- Five star hotels: The Savoy Hotel
Previous Shows at the Adelphi Theatre: Chicago, Love Never Dies, One Man Two Govnors, Sweeney Todd, Evita, Joseph, Sunset Boulevard
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