The Wyndham’s Theatre is a grand, late Victorian theatre built in 1899 by Sir Charles Wyndham and designed by WGR Sprague. Its pretty, circular foyer with painted ceiling combined with stunning auditorium decorations makes it one of the most beautiful in the West End. It is also well known for the sound of the underground trains rumbling underneath! More Information
Wyndham’s theatre, Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA
Wyndham’s Theatre Access and Facilities
- Theatre facilities for disabled access
- Guide dogs welcome. Occasional sign language interpreted.
- Tube: Leicester Square
- Taxi: Hail a cab outside the theatre
- Nearby Buses 24, 29, 176
- Westminter City Council car park at Cambridge Circus (150m). NCP at Bedfordbury and Upper St Martin’s Lane.
- Theatre facilities for the hard of hearing
- Theatre air-conditioning
- Theatre Bars – 4: Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony.
- Concessions – Ice Cream, confectionery, bar snacks souvenirs and programmes.
- Theatre Toilets: Ladies and Gents off of the Foyer and Stalls areas. Gents only at Dress Circle, Ladies only at Upper Circle and Balcony levels.
Future, current and past productions at the Wyndham’s Theatre
The Kite Runner, No Man’s Land, The Truth, Peaple Places & Things, The Hangmen , The Father, The Mentalists, American Buffalo, King Charles III, Skylight, The Weir, Barking in Essex, Relatively Speaking, Doktor Glas, Quartermaine’s Terms, Abigail’s Party, Driving Miss Daisy, Ratpack Live from Las Vegas, Art