Queen's Theatre
51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6BA,

Queen's Theatre Accessbility

Undoubtedly, Stalls have some of the best section of seats with great view. This is a quite expensive as compare to the others but you will enjoy the best view of the stage. Front few centre rows are immensely desirable and you can also get some great for the same section.

Dress Circle is the second level having some excellent seating options especially in front few rows. Pricing is quite similar to the Stall section and you will worth value of your money. This section is mainly categorized into two section by central aisle. If you are looking for best view seats then you can opt for the front and close. Upper Circle is the uppermost tier and not ideal for people having walking difficulty. Pricing of tickets is quite reasonable and popular amongst the majority. Discounted tickets are offered by the Queen’s Theatre for the disabled patrons and their carers. Theatre is well equipped with hearing loop infra-red system and 12 headsets to hire.

Positioned at the historic Shaftesbury Avenue, Queen’s Theatre is in the heart of London Westend. In the year 1907, theatre made its debut as a twin for the Gielgud Theatre and was designed by W G R Sprague, whereas decorated in an Edwardian Renaissance style featuring magnificent façade.

Queen’s Theatre had a slow start with poorly received production The Sugar Bowl. With blockbuster shows, theatre went on becoming major entertainment venue such as Tango Teas, Potash and Perlmutter and The Fanatics. Theatre has also hosted classic Shakespearean classic and Restoration drama. It has also witnessed great performances of some of the finest talents such as John Gielgud, Fred Astaire, Kenneth Branagh, Marlene Dietrich, Alec Guinness, Laurence Olivier, Basil Rathbone and Maggie Smith.

Show Times

Booking From   Booking Untill
12 Apr 2004   26 Sept. 2015
Performance Times  
Matinees: Wednesday, Thrusday, 2.30 PM and Saturday 2.30 PM  
Evenings: Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm  
Running Time  
2 hours 30 minutes  


Age Restrictions  
Les Miserables is recommended for children aged 6 and over. Under -3s will not be admitted.
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