A complete guide to the Adelphi Theatre in London
It’s one of the West End’s newest theatres, but it’s made its mark on the history of London theatre. If you’re visiting the Adelphi Theatre soon, or you just want to know more about the venue, here’s our complete guide to the theatre. From where to sit at the Adelphi, how to get there and restaurants nearby, you’ll want to spend all your time at the theatre. Book Hello, Dolly! tickets at the Adelphi Theatre now.
Guide to London’s Adelphi Theatre in the West End
Where is the Adelphi Theatre?
The Adelphi Theatre is located at 409-412 Strand (WC2R 0NS) in London. It’s one of three theatres on the Strand, including the Vaudeville Theatre and the Savoy Theatre. Take a look at the map to see where the Adelphi Theatre is in the capital, as well as the range of attractions nearby including a trip to Buckingham Palace.
How do I get to the Adelphi Theatre?
The Adelphi Theatre is in central London, and it’s easy to get there if you’re taking the train. The nearest rail station is Charing Cross, which is just a two-minute walk away from the Adelphi.
Travelling to the Adelphi Theatre by bus? The following routes will drop you off near the theatre:
Strand: 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, 176
Can I travel to the Adelphi Theatre by tube?
If you’re travelling to the Adelphi Theatre on the London Underground, the nearest tube station is Charing Cross. Charing Cross is on the Bakerloo and Northern lines. Other tube stations near to the Dominion Theatre include Covent Garden and Leicester Square.
When did the Adelphi Theatre open?
The Adelphi Theatre opened in 1930. In recent years, the Adelphi has been home to a variety of different musicals, including Kinky Boots, Made in Dagenham and Sweeney Todd: The Barber of Fleet Street.
What’s opening at the Adelphi Theatre?
Get ready to see Imelda Staunton star in Hello, Dolly! at the Adelphi Theatre, with performances from August 2020.At the turn of twentieth-century America, famous matchmaker Dolly Levi travels to New York to speed up Horace Vandergelder’s search of finding a wife. But, how far do Dolly’s matrimonial plans affect her own life?
The Adelphi Theatre will also be home to a concert performance of The Secret Garden on 15th November 2020, starring Ramin Karimloo, Lucie Jones and Jac Yarrow.
How many seats are inside the Adelphi Theatre?
The Adelphi Theatre has 1497 seats. The theatre has three seating levels, made up of 659 seats in the stalls, 433 seats in the dress circle and 405 seats in the upper circle.
Where should I sit at the Adelphi Theatre?
The Adelphi Theatre is a beautiful West End venue, so wherever you decide to sit, you’ll be able to see an incredible show from a comfortable seat.
Wanting to be as close to the stage as possible? You’ll want to book tickets for the front rows of the stalls and dress circle. These seats will have you feeling as if you’re a part of the action.
If you’re wanting to buy cheaper tickets for a show at the Adelphi Theatre, why not book seats with a side view. You may miss moments that happen on the extreme sides of the stage, but you’ll be able to see a show for less, meaning more money to spend on lots of theatre tickets.
There’s plenty of great seats in the upper circle too, so if you want to be further away from what’s taking place on stage without missing a moment, the upper circle is the place for you.
When you book Waitress tickets with us, you’ll be able to choose your seats from an interactive seating plan, so you’ll be able to see every seat available for your desired performance.
Still unsure on where to sit at the Adelphi? Why not learn all about the different levels of theatre seating with our complete guide on where to sit at the theatre.
What restaurants are near the Adelphi Theatre?
Want to dine at a restaurant before or after seeing Hello, Dolly? Book a pre-show or a post-show meal with us. Book your table today to eat at some of London’s finest restaurants right by the Adelphi Theatre.
|Restaurant||About the restaurant||Reservation Times|
|Byron Strand||Located on the site of the Adelphi Theatre’s former restaurant, tuck into a delicious hamburger.||5:30pm|
|Fire and Stone||A cool and contemporary restaurant with a pizza menu that’s based on global dishes.||1:00pm / 6:00pm / 10:30pm|
|Palm Court Brasserie||An intimate Parisian-style restaurant, relax and unwind before seeing a show.||12:30pm / 6:00pm|
|Ping Pong Covent Garden||Take your pick from a menu of handmade dim sum recipes.||6:00pm / 10:00pm / 10:30pm|
|Smith & Wollensky||Renowned American hospitality is paired with British and Irish steaks, making it one of the best steakhouses.||5:30pm|
|Zizzi The Strand||Using fresh, local ingredients to create tasty Italian food.||10:00pm|