Adelphi Theatre

Welcome to the Adelphi Theatre on London’s Strand. First called The Sans Pareil, the theatre opened on 27th November 1806 before changing its name to the Adelphi in 1819. In 1858 the theatre was replaced by a more up to date building which was called the New Adelphi and then the Century Theatre in 1901. 30 years later it changed its name again to the Royal Adelphi, when it was re-designed by Ernest Schaufelberg to give us the theatre that we have today. 10 Years later it changed its name AGAIN when it reverted to plain and simple Adelphi Theatre!  More information

Adelphi Theatre

Adelphi Theatre Access and facilities

  • Taxis: You should be able to hail a taxi outside the theatre but there is a rank down at Charing Cross Station
  • Tube: Charing Cross
  • Buses passing nearby Adelphi Theatre: 6, 9, 11,13, 15, 23, 77A, 91, 139, 176
  • Parking: NCPs in Drury Lane and Upper St Martin’s Lane.
  • Infra Red facilities for the hard of hearing
  • Theatre facilities for disabled access
  • Theatre air-cooled
  • Guide Dogs allowed – please notify theatre when booking
  • Theatre Bars: 4 – 2 x Stalls, 1 x Dress Circle and 1x Grand Circle.
  • Concessions: Ice Cream, confectionery and programmes.
  • Theatre Toilets: 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.

Current and past shows at the Adelphi Theatre:

Made In Dagenham, The Bodyguard, Chicago, Love Never Dies, One Man Two Govnors, Sweeney Todd, Evita, Joseph, Sunset Boulevard

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Stephen Ward
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