Designed in 1910 by Frank Matcham, the London Palladium is a huge, opulent palace of laughter and the traditional home of variety. Nowdays though it hosts pantomimes, concerts and large scale musicals. Exciting, fresh and light in atmosphere the marble-pillared foyer is dominated by wide stairs and brass handrails.
Between the pillars supporting the main entrance, audiences are met at the doors by liveried ushers – a proper start to an evening of theatre!
- Infrared facilities for hard of hearing
- Theatre Bars – 4 The Variety Bar (Stalls); The Val Parnell Bar (Stalls); The Cinderella Bar (Royal Circle); The Long Bar (Upper Circle).
- Theatre toilets – Stalls: 2 x Ladies 2 x Ladies. Dress Circle: Ladies and Gents. Upper Circle: 2 x ladies and 2 x Gents
- Concessions: Ice Cream, confectionery and programmes
Future, current and past productions at the London Palladium
Dick Whittington, Cinderella, Cats, A Chorus Line, The Sound of Music, The Wizard of Oz, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang