The Other Palace
12 Palace Street
London, SW1E 5JA
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Opened: 30 May 2017
Booking from: 08 Jul 2017
Booking until: 08 Jul 2017
Duration: 2 hours 25 minutes
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  • helenkeegan 5' 3" female 38 reviews 0 helpful votes
    100% total rating La Strada, 6th July 2017
    A beautiful show. The spectacle of it is very special. I particularly liked the interplay between two of the three lead characters - the girl and the unicyclist. The music and singing were really original too. This musical deserves to do well.
    Sat in Stalls E23
    There's a great view from this seat as the raking is really good - no heads to obstruct your view! I had a bit extra legroom being at the end of the row. I'm not very tall, but even I found the legroom a little tight.
  • gennadiimiroshnikov 51 reviews 0 helpful votes
    100% total rating La Strada, 3rd June 2017
    Great show! Charming, heartwarming, moving story and beautiful music.
    Sat in Stalls C12
    For this production (La Strada), our row was the first. We had amazing view, very good legroom and a seat is comfy as well.
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  • gennadiimiroshnikov 51 reviews 0 helpful votes
    100% total rating La Strada, 3rd June 2017
    Witty, touching and inventive play. Good acting and music.
    Sat in Stalls C13
    Front view, plenty legroom, comfortable seat. Totally recommended.
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  • sotra 160cm female 14 reviews 0 helpful votes
    80% total rating La Strada, 17th June 2017
    I really enjoyed the show. The actors were all very good. I recommend it.
    Sat in Stalls C17
    Small theatre with excellent seats. For this show, they had removed rows A and B, so row C was the first and seat 17 was bang in the middle. It felt like you were on stage with the actors. It was brilliant! And as it was like an open stage, there was no dead corner or anything. Any seat would have been great.
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Sit anywhere in The Other Palace to have an excellent overall view of the stage! The first few rows will ensure a completely immersive experience.

Sit as centrally as possible, although seats at the ends of rows are still amazing value.

Those who want to see the show on a budget should choose the rear two rows in the theatre. Although there is limited legroom, the view cannot be beaten!
The Other Palace, London interactive seating plan & seat reviews
Federico Fellini’s 1975 Oscar-winning film La Strada received a magical stage adaptation at the rebranded The Other Palace. La Strada is a the circus story, a visually stunning modern masterpiece of cinema.

Based on the subject and script work by Fellini, Ennio Flaiano and Tullio Pinelli, La Strada is the incredible story of Gelsomina, who is sold to a travelling sideshow strongman by her penniless mother. Together, Gelsomina and Zampano travel through the Italian countryside, performing at various shows to earn their keep.

When a dangerous road trip leads them to a ragtag travelling circus, the duo come across Il Matto, a mysterious tightrope walker. Soon, Il Matto reignites Gelsomina’s spirit with a fire and confidence that was long since lost. Featuring a multi-talented cast, mesmerising original music and enough emotion to stir the soul, La Strada is the ultimate story of friendship and acceptance.

Produced by Kenny Wax Ltd, La Strada is directed by Olivier Award-nominee Sally Cookson, who brought enchanting productions such as Hetty Feather and Jane Eyre to the stage. Opening at The Other Palace for a summer season, La Strada features original music by Benji Bower, design by Katie Sykes, lighting design by Aideen Malone and sound design by Mike Beer.

Acquired by Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Other Palace is rebranded from the St James Theatre to present new and rarely seen musical theatre. La Strada played at the venue from May 30th 2017 until July 8th 2017.
Fans of enchanting storytelling will be enthralled with this story. Those who enjoy La Soiree will find a real story mixed in with the circus magic here!

La Strada is suitable for those aged 12 and up.

Age Recommendations: Recommended for age 12+