A complete guide to the Dominion Theatre in London
For over 90 years, London audiences have been treated to world-class productions at the Dominion Theatre, including film screenings and music concerts. It’s now one of the largest West End venues, with The Prince of Egypt now playing at the theatre. If you’ve never been to the Dominion before or you’re deciding where to sit in the venue, here’s our complete guide to the Dominion Theatre. Book The Prince of Egypt tickets now.
Guide to London’s Dominion Theatre in the West End
Where is the Dominion Theatre?
The Dominion Theatre is located at 268-269 Tottenham Court Road (W1T 7AQ) in London. It’s near other West End theatres including the London Palladium, the Cambridge Theatre and the Shaftesbury Theatre. Take a look at the map to see where the Dominion Theatre is in the capital, as well as the range of attractions and shows nearby.
How do I get to the Dominion Theatre?
The Dominion Theatre is in central London and easily accessible by rail or bus routes. The nearest rail station is Euston, which is a fifteen-minute walk from the venue. Or, if you’re travelling by bus, the following routes will take you to the theatre:
Tottenham Court Rd Station: 7, 10, 14, 24, 29, 73, 134, 242
New Oxford Street: 1, 8, 25, 55, 98, 176, 390
Can I travel to the Dominion Theatre by tube?
If you’re travelling to the Dominion Theatre on the London Underground, the nearest tube station is Tottenham Court Road. Tottenham Court Road is on the Central and Northern lines. Other tube stations near to the Dominion Theatre include Goodge Street, Covent Garden and Oxford Circus.
When did the Dominion Theatre open?
The Dominion Theatre opened in 1929. In recent years, the Dominion has been home to a variety of different musicals, including White Christmas, Bat out of Hell, Elf and We Will Rock You.
What show is currently at the Dominion Theatre?
The Dominion Theatre is currently home to the world premiere of The Prince of Egypt. Based on the DreamWorks animation of the same name, The Prince of Egypt opened at the Dominion in February, with performances to October 2020.
How many seats are inside the Dominion Theatre?
The Dominion Theatre has 2,075 seats. The theatre has two levels of seats, made up of 1,323 stalls seats and 752 circle seats.
Where should I sit at the Dominion Theatre?
If you’re wanting to be at the heart of a show at the Dominion, you’ll want to book tickets at the front of the stalls or the front of the circle. Book these seats to guarantee that fewer people will be in front of you, meaning you can be immersed in every moment that’s taking place on the stage.
Seats further away from the stage are cheaper, and as it’s a large venue with a deep stage, you’ll be guaranteed an excellent view wherever you decide to sit in the auditorium.
When you book The Prince of Egypt tickets with us, you’ll be able to pick your seats on an interactive seating plan, so you’ll be able to see every seat available for your desired performance.
What restaurants are near the Dominion Theatre?
Want to enjoy a meal before or after seeing The Prince of Egypt? Why not book your pre-show or a post-show meal with us. Book your table today to eat at some of London’s finest restaurants, including these which are just a few minutes from the theatre.
|Restaurant||About the restaurant||Reservation Times|
|Byron Central St Giles||Near Tottenham Court Road tube station, enjoy delicious hamburgers and fries at an affordable price.||5:30pm|
|Cabana||Take your pick from an authentic Brazillian menu that’s dedicated to preserving a contemporary feel.||1:00pm / 6:00pm|
|Dim T||Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch or a fancy dinner, dine out on Asian cuisine.||5:30pm|
|L’Escargot||Known for its French cuisine, L’Escargot’s been voted one of the best restaurants in the capital, thanks to its seasonally changing menu.||1:00pm / 5:30pm / 6:00pm / 10:30pm|
|Zizzi Central St Giles||Serving tasty Italian pizza, pasta and risotto dishes as well as indulgent desserts, you’ll want to try the whole menu.||1:00pm / 6:00pm|