A complete guide to the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London
Find out more about the Theatre Royal Haymarket with our complete guide to the West End venue, home of the world premiere of Only Fools And Horses: The Musical.
Guide to London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket in the West End
Where is the Theatre Royal Haymarket
Can I travel to Theatre Royal Haymarket by tube?
Are you using the London Underground to get to the Theatre Royal Haymarket? The nearest tube station is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly). Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly) is also nearby.
When did Theatre Royal Haymarket open?
The Theatre Royal Haymarket was built in 1720, first opening as the ‘Little Theatre in the Hay’. The venue struggled as it was illegal to stage plays, or by simply ignoring the law and doing it in secret. The Haymarket survived by doing a little of both. During the Blitz, the Haymarket was watched over by actor John Gielgud, who set up living quarters in one of the dressing rooms to act as fire warden. Actors including Ian McKellen, Peter O’Toole, Patrick Stewart, Judi Dench, Helen Mirren and Maggie Smith have all performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
What show is currently at Theatre Royal Haymarket?
Only Fools and Horses: The Musical is currently at Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Watch the Cockney duo Del Boy and Rodney in Only Fools and Horses: The Musical at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Bringing the hit television series to life in this stage adaptation, join the gang including Grandad and Trigger and relive the best bits of the pukka television show at the theatre. Don your Del Boy flat cap, park up your Reliant Regal van and get ready for a nostalgic, feel-good hit! Check out our favourite moments from the television show and book your tickets now.