Her Majesty's Theatre

Her Majesty's Theatre
Her Majesty's Theatre
57 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL

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There's been a theatre on the site of Her Majesty's since 1705, and they're always named after the reigning monarch. The first, Queen's Theatre, had the blessing of Queen Anne, and after that it flipped back and forth until becoming Her Majesty's in 1952. The current building dates from 1897 and was the final work of its architect, Charles J Phipps.

Her Majesty's hosted the first of the enormously influential Amnesty International benefit nights with 1976's A Poke in the Eye (With a Sharp Stick); three years later it presented the first Secret Policemen's Ball. However, since 1986, this has been where you go to experience The Phantom of the Opera.

The nearest Tube station is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and PIccadilly) and the nearest car park is in Trafalgar. Charing Cross station (Southeastern) is the nearest surface rail. Nearby bus stops are served by routes 6, 13, 23, 139, N13 and N113.

  • Provides: Wheelchair access
  • Open since: 1705

Event times

There are 5 events at this location

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Lazy Ace - Sunday 23Rd April 2017 - Warwick, Amersham, Romford Pm

PQA Presents Lazy Ace starring PQA Warwick, PQA Amersham, PQA Romford PM

Lazy Ace - Sunday 2Nd April 2017 - Bath, Cambridge, Tees Valley Pm

PQA Presents Lazy Ace starring PQA Bath, PQA Cambridge, PQA Tees Valley PM

The Phantom of the Opera

  • Directed by: Gillian Lynne
  • Written by: Gaston Leroux (book)

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Gothic musical about a masked man and his dangerous obsession.

Sat 21 Jan

£28.75–£156.25 / 0844 412 4648

Part of Family Arts Festival.

Mon 23 Jan

£28.75–£156.25 / 0844 412 4648

Part of Family Arts Festival.

Tue 24 Jan

£28.75–£156.25 / 0844 412 4648

Part of Family Arts Festival.

…and 226 more dates until 14 Oct

The Phantom Of The Opera - Her Majesty's Theatre - Wednesday March 15th 2017

Phantom continues to entrance audiences around the world, with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerising and unforgettable score, the jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, all of which magically bring to life the legendary love story. £70 Price includes return coach travel and top price tickets in stalls…

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