Prince Of Wales Theatre.

Prince of Wales Theatre

Get set for a memorable evening by heading towards Prince of Wales Theatre! The magnificent London theatre is currently running the critically acclaimed and award winning London show, The Book of Mormon with packed houses. The popular theatre positioned amidst popular tourist hotspots Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. Some of the London's biggest attractions such as Big Ben and Trafalgar Square, are also located at a nearby distance. You can spend quality time here as some of the affordable restaurants and bars, with lots of pre-theatre meal deals are also available here.

Prince of Wales theatre is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of transportation such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. The nearest station to the theatre is Piccadilly Circus on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. They are located at a distance of just 150 metres away from the theatre.

You can also visit the theatre via bus route numbers 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453. You may also drive your own car as the nearest car park is the Q-Park at Trafalgar Square. The Prince of Wales Theatre has a seating capacity offers astounding occupancy of 1160 for each performance. The seating section is categorised into two levels called the Stalls and the Dress Circle. The largest part of the section comprises of the Stalls and is positioned on the ground floor level. This is the section which is closest to the stage.

Dress Circle is the upper tier of the theatre and offers a spell binding panorama of the stage. Although, it is quite far from the action, its ticket prices can be similar to the Stalls for the front rows of the section. The theatre offers discounted tickets to disabled patrons and carers.

The magnificent Prince of Wales Theatre has been constructed in the year 1884 and was originally named as the Prince's Theatre. The theatre has hosted some of the wonderful productions by W. S. Gilbert, Ibsen and Sheridan, followed by first English musical comedy in the year 1892, George Edwardes' In Town. Later, it hosted several popular productions such as Ivor Novello's debut play The Rat in 1924, as well as risqué French-style revues. The theatre earned huge popularity and has to undergone refurbishments for a larger seating capacity.