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London Palladium, London

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Good Value Seats

Seating in the front rows of the Stalls is often reduced due to the height of the stage, which can be a great way to see a beloved production! Alternatively, sitting in the front row of the Upper Circle is great value for money if you don't mind a bit of leaning! Seats labelled restricted view in the London Palladium are usually good value for money, as there are limited restrictions!

Premium Seats

The front of the Dress Circle is the best option for large-scale musicals, as the high, vast stage ensures that nothing will be missed. Premium seats are located in the front and centre, as there is no restrictive safety rail. Alternatively, sitting in the middle of the Stalls offers a great overall view, although some footwork may be missed!

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The London Palladium main entrance is situated on Argyll Street. There are 4 steps up to the main entrance and a further 8 into the foyer. The Box Office can be found through a separate entrance, 5 steps up from the street. Handrails are in place on most staircases and some steps are highlighted.

Single automatic doors are in place for patrons with limited mobility. A ramp can be used to access the main entrance and a customer lift can take wheelchair users to the Stalls level.

An alternative level access entrance is located on Ramillies Place, at the back of the London Palladium theatre. An intercom is in place to attract attention, and staff are on hand to assist with the entrance.

Customer Assistance
Wheelchair users who need assistance should contact the Theatre Manager on arrival. Staff are on hand to assist with navigation and can help access the ramp and alternative entrance on Ramillies Place. It is recommended that patrons with limited mobility arrive 45 minutes before the performance is due to begin.

Transfers are available and staff are able to assist with these. Staff are able to store wheelchairs for the duration of the performance.

How to Book
For those who require special assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theatre of any special requirements. Wheelchair users and their companions should let the box office know details of their access requirements as they are eligible for significant discounts and special booking privileges.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 0844 412 4648 (calls cost 7p/pm) or email: access@seetickets.com
  • Cinderella at the London Palladium, London

    Cinderella

    After more than 29 years away from the West End, pantomime is returning to entertain audiences over the festive period! A truly spectacular version of Cinderella is set to dazzle audiences at the London Palladium, featuring outstanding sets and magical costumes. Follow the well-known tale of downtrodden Cinders as she discovers her Fairy Godmother and finds out that she can go to the ball!

    Booking from 13 Dec 2016 to 15 Jan 2017
  • The Wind in the Willows at the London Palladium, London

    The Wind in the Willows

    After its hugely successful UK tour, Julian Fellowes’ exciting new musical version of the classic woodland tale The Wind in the Willows comes to the West End in summer 2017.

    Booking from 17 Jun 2017 to 09 Sep 2017

Past Shows

Overview

The London Palladium first opened in 1910 and is one of London’s most famous performance venues. The theatre boasts beautiful period architecture and was refurbished to make it entirely accessible for all audience members.

Owned by Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group, the London Palladium sees a variety of musicals and one-off concerts performed on its vast stage, with Lloyd Webber's smash-hit musical Cats regularly returning. Notable productions have included Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Fiddler on the Roof, The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz.

Split across three large seating sections, the theatre offers excellent views due to the wide stage and steep rakes. There are no pillars or restrictive bars, and the overhang from upper tiers is limited.

Location and Map

Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF