The Queen's Theatre was named after a queen you've likely never heard of: Alexandra of Denmark, consort of Edward VII. It's hosted many illustrious productions, including Another Country, Shadowlands and a celebrated Three Sisters starring two generations of Redgraves, but it's most famous for a particular musical: it was here in 2006 that Les Misérables broke the record for the longest continuously-running musical of all time.
The nearest Tube is Charing Cross (Northern / Bakerloo) and the theatre is served by bus routes 14, 19 and 38.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1907
Events at this venue
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- Directed by: Trevor Nunn
- Written by: John Caird (adapt)
Famous musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel about French poverty against the backdrop of the Battle of Waterloo and the tragic hero Jean Valjean.
Wed 29 Mar
Walking the West End theatre
I have opened up a new walking tour in London where I take people to some of the most iconic theaters and comedy clubs in the West End. I give an insight to the theaters history and give detailed info on the current shows. I even perform during the tour which makes mine a little different.