Savoy Theatre

Built in 1881 for Richard D’Oyly Carte by the architect CJ Phipps, the Savoy Theatre was the first public building in the world to be lit throughout by electricity. The Auditorium and front of house are in a wonderful art deco style, with aluminum leaf finishes and a five-colour seating scheme and the whole theatre is worthy of being in the same building as the iconic Savoy Hotel. Enter Savoy Court and, to the right, just before you get to the hotel entrance, you will see the theatre entrance. As you enter the box office windows are on your right, whilst to your left the stairs go down to the theatre auditorium, as most of this theatre is below the street level of the Strand. More Information

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Savoy Theatre, Strand Court, London, WC2R 0ET


  • Theatre facilities for disabled access
  • Guide Dogs are Welcome – please notify theatre when booking
  • Tube: Charing Cross or Covent Garden
  • Taxis: You should be able to hail a taxi outside the theatre but there is a rank down at Charing Cross Station
  • Buses passing nearby: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 59, 68, 76, 77a, 91, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 341, 521, RV1
  • Parking: Westminter City Council car park at Trafalgar Square.


  • Theatre facilities for the hard of hearing
  • Theatre air-conditioning
  • Theatre Bars – 4: Stalls, Lounge, Dress Circle and Upper Circle.
  • Concessions: Ice Cream, confectionery and programmes
  • Theatre Toilets: Ladies and Gents for Stalls, Dress and Upper Circle patrons. 1 unisex disabled in the Dress Circle.

Future, current and past productions at the Savoy Theatre

Dreamgirls, Funny Girl, Gypsy, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Let It Be, Soul Sister, The Sunshine Boys, Carousel, Legally Blonde – the musical, Rat Pack, Porgy and Bess, Fiddler on the Roof

Pretty Woman
Pretty Woman Theatre Breaks One of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories of
Dreamgirls Theatre Breaks Dreamgirls was at the Savoy Theatre, London. It opened to rave
Cabaret in London Wilkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome, Will Young to London’s theatreland. Will