A complete guide to the Piccadilly Theatre in London

By | Posted on 28-Apr-2020

A complete guide to the Piccadilly Theatre in London

If you’re visiting the Piccadilly Theatre to see Pretty Woman: The Musical or you want to learn more about the venue, this is the guide for you. Book your Pretty Woman: The Musical tickets now.

Guide to the Piccadilly Theatre in the West End

Where is the Piccadilly Theatre?

The Piccadilly Theatre is located on Denman Street (W1D 7DY) in London. It’s just around the corner from Piccadilly Circus, near theatres on Shaftesbury Avenue including the Apollo Theatre and the Lyric Theatre.

How do I get to the Piccadilly Theatre?

The Piccadilly Theatre is in central London. The nearest rail station is Charing Cross, which is a ten to fifteen-minute walk away from the theatre.

Travelling to the Piccadilly on bus? These London bus routes will drop you as close to the theatre as possible, cutting down on walking time.

Shaftesbury Avenue: 14, 19, 38
Regent Street: 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453

Can I travel to the Piccadilly Theatre by tube?

Are you wishing to travel to the Piccadilly Theatre via London Underground? The nearest tube station is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly) which is just a couple of minutes away. Other tube stations nearby include Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly), Covent Garden (Piccadilly) and Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria).

When did the Piccadilly Theatre open?

Built on land with unused stables, the Piccadilly Theatre opened in 1928, but as demand for live entertainment subsided, the Piccadilly transformed into the ‘London Casino’. At the London Casino, an assortment of entertainment was on display; news clips, cartoons, swing music and comedy. After World War Two, the venue reopened as a theatre, with productions including Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and A Streetcar Named Desire.

Recent productions at the Piccadilly include Death of a Salesman, Annie and Jersey Boys.

What show is currently at the Piccadilly Theatre?

Pretty Woman: The Musical reviews

The Piccadilly Theatre is currently home to the West End premiere of Pretty Woman: The Musical, starring Danny Mac and ex-Six star Aimie Atkinson. Based on the 1990 movie of the same name, fall in love with Vivian Ward and Edward Lewis once more in this romantic comedy musical that’s complete with the iconic costumes, scenes and all your favourite movie moments. Book your Pretty Woman: The Musical tickets now.

How many seats are inside the Piccadilly Theatre?

Did you know that the Piccadilly Theatre has 1168 seats over three levels? There’s 528 stalls seats in the auditorium, as well as 308 royal circle seats and 332 grand circle seats.

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Where should I sit at the Piccadilly Theatre?

Piccadilly Theatre

We’ve attached a helpful seating plan of the Piccadilly Theatre to the right, so you can see what the auditorium looks like.

Still don’t know where to book seats? Why not check out our seating guide to get the lowdown on theatre seating, with plenty of tips and tricks on where to find the best places in a West End theatre.

What restaurants are near the Piccadilly Theatre?

Want to eat close to the theatre? Reserve your table today at one of the capital’s most exciting restaurants, just a stone’s throw away from the theatre. There’s even more restaurants on our website to choose from, so what are you waiting for? Book your dining now.

RestaurantAbout the restaurantReservation Times
Gaucho PiccadillyGaucho’s flagship restaurant plays host to an eclectic blend of spaces – each with its own unique atmosphere.6:00pm
Old Compton BrasseriePoised as the neighbourhood’s artistic outpost, guests can enjoy cocktails from an award-winning mixologist and contemporary British food in a relaxed yet creative setting.12:00pm/5:30pm
Planet HollywoodLocated in London’s vibrant Haymarket district Planet Hollywood boasts ultra cool Hollywood style décor, presenting mouth-watering menu additions and exciting new pieces of movie memorabilia.1:00pm/5:45pm/10:30pm