Shaftesbury theatre London

Feel the magic of sensational London show The Pajama Game and Memphis at the magnificent Shaftesbury Theatre London! The stunning theatre has a huge occupancy of 1400 and categorized into three levels as Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle. If you are looking for an enjoyable weekend then simply opt for online advance Shaftesbury Theatre Tickets available at best prices.

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The magnificent Shaftesbury Theatre is positioned on the famous Shaftesbury Avenue. This is one of the busiest roads and most theatrical roads of the city. Some other famous theatres on this venue are Lyric and Apollo. The venue is hugely popular amongst the theatre lovers and locals as some of the finest restaurants and bars are located here. Leicester Square and Covent Garden are located at a nearby distance. For those who are looking for greatest lip smacking cuisine at great price then simply go for Soho and Chinatown.

The Shaftesbury Theatre is located at an accessible location and can be visited via various modes of transportation such as buses, cars, taxis and tubes. For disabled patrons and their carers, theatre offers discounted tickets. In the year 1911, the magnificent theatre made its debut as New Princes Theatre and went on becoming Princes Theatre. During the initial days, theatre has astounding occupancy of 2392.

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The record label EMI bought the theatre in the year 1962 and renamed as Shaftesbury Theatre. Some of the mesmerizing Broadway hits were performed such as Gentleman Prefer Blondes and How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, and the musical Hair. Hair ran for smashing 1998 shows. In the year 1974, theatre was listed as Grade II followed by some great shows such as West Side Story, Follies and Rent!


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