Prince Edward Theatre
The Prince Edward Theatre was opened in 1930 as a multi-purpose theatre able to house musicals, revue and films. The theatre then reopened as The London Casino on 2 April 1936 following a conversion into a cabaret restaurant which became noted for it’s lavish stage shows. The beautiful interior is a return to the theatre’s plush, art deco original. After briefly being known as the Queensberry All Services Club it returned to its original name when it opened for the World premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s “Evita” in 1978. More Information
Prince Edward Theatre Access and Facilities
Prince Edward Theatre, Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS
- Theatre facilities for disabled access
- Guide Dogs are welcome, Occasional hearing assisted performances.
- Tube: Leicester Square
- Nearest Bus Routes: 14, 19, 38
- Parking: Westminter City Council car park at China Town and Poland Street. NCP at Wardour Street, Newport Place and Brewer Street.
- Theatre facilities for the hard of hearing
- Theatre Bars – 4: two Stalls, one Dress and one Upper Circle.
- Concessions: Ice Cream, confectionery, bar snacks souvenirs and programmes
- Theatre Toilets: Foyer: Ladies and unisex disabled. Stalls: Ladies and Gents. Dress Circle: Gents. Upper Circle: Ladies and Gents
Future, current and past productions at the Prince Edward Theatre
Miss Saigon, Jersey Boys, Mary Poppins, Mamma Mia!, Crazy for You, Evita