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Apollo TheatreLondon
31 Shaftesbury Avenue
London W1V 7HD
TfL Fare Zone 1

 

 

The Apollo Theatre is one of six London Theatres located on Shaftesbury Avenue.

Since 2005, the Apollo has been part of the Ninemax portfolio. The theatre was built in 1901 and renovated in 1932. It has a stone sculpted façade and inside has a Royal Box.

In 2013 the theatre suffered an unfortunate collapse of 110 square feet (10 square metres) of the auditorium's ornate plasterwork ceiling. It brought down a lighting rig and a section of balcony.

The venue reopened in 2014. The owners were able to reopen the theatre by sealing the fourth level and balcony with a temporary floor which allowed investigators to continue their work in determining the cause of the collapse.

The auditorium is currently split on 3 levels with a total of 658 seats (327 in the Stalls, 172 in the Dress Circle, 135 in the Grand Circle, and 24 in Boxes).

Facilities
The Stalls Bar is a split level lounge bar with direct access to toilets.
The Upper Circle Bar is a lounge bar with access to toilets.
 
Box Office

Patrons should either Book Online using the theatre’s own link or Tel:  0844 482 9671

Discounted Tickets
 
Contact & Further Information
 
Getting There
To find the best way for getting to The Apollo THeatre, visit TfL Journey Planner.
 
- By Underground
Piccadilly Circus Station    Piccadilly & Bakerloo Lines  
 
Google Maps - Apollo Theatre