Victoria Palace Theatre

Victoria Palace
Victoria Palace Theatre
Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5EA
  • Box office 0844 248 5000
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The Victoria Palace opened in 1911, and for many years was a variety hall, although it had an early example of a cult hit with Walter Reynolds' 1934 so-bad-it's-brilliant melodrama Young England, a play that inspired Rocky Horror-like levels of audience participation. Since the 1970s it's been the home of musicals, with Billy Elliot the Musical holding court until at least 2015.

The nearest rail access is Victoria (Circle / District / Victoria), and the Victoria Bus Station is served by routes 8, 11, 211, 36, 24, 38, 73 and 511. For children and adults with sensory sensitivities, a visual story is downloadable from the theatre's website.

  • Provides: Wheelchair access
  • Open since: 1911

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  • Directed by: Andy Blankenbuehler, Thomas Kail
  • Written by: Lin-Manuel Miranda (music & lyrics)

Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical about Alexander Hamilton, one of America's founding fathers, who served as chief staff aide to General George Washington and was killed in a duel with Vice President Aaron Burr. Directed by Thomas Kail.

Wed 17 Jan

prices vary / 0844 248 5000

Thu 18 Jan

prices vary / 0844 248 5000

Fri 19 Jan

prices vary / 0844 248 5000

…and 139 more dates until 30 Jun

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