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Prince Edward Theatre Tours

Prince Edward Theatre
Established in 1930, the Prince Edward Theatre has existed in many forms over the years and was particularly famous during World War II for its morale-boosting broadcasts. After sustaining significant Blitz damage, the playhouse has enjoyed a complete restoration and now fulfils its original purpose as home for established musicals.

The Basics
The Prince Edward Theatre stages performances of popular musicals such as Aladdin and Mary Poppins. Take advantage of advance booking to secure your seats ahead of time, with seating options to suit your budget. Benefit from upgrade packages to combine your theater visit with a preshow meal, and make the most of your night out in London’s West End. 

Things to Know Before You Go
  • The Prince Edward Theatre’s Broadway transfers and long-running shows are a must-see for musical lovers.
  • Performances at the theater are typically family-friendly.
  • Audio-described, captioned, signed, and autism-friendly performances are regularly scheduled; contact the theater directly to check availability.
  • Prince Edward Theatre is accessible to wheelchair users, with a ramped entrance on Greek Street and accessible restrooms.

How to Get There
Charing Cross is the nearest mainline station to Prince Edward Theatre, while Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road are the closest Tube stops. Several local buses serve the area, including the 6, 15, 88, and 159. You should avoid driving in London where possible due to the daily Congestion Charge, but evening and weekend visitors can take advantage of the Q-Park Theatreland deal for discounted parking.

When to Get There
Evening shows are scheduled at the Prince Edward Theatre every day except Sunday, and matinees are available on Thursdays and Saturdays. Families with younger children can take advantage of the afternoon shows, while evening performances provide an opportunity to relax after a busy day of sightseeing.

Queensberry All-Services Club
During its time as the London Casino, the venue hosted the Queensberry All-Services Club. Performances by wartime artists such as Vera Lynn and Bing Crosby would be broadcast to overseas British Forces every Sunday. In fact, it’s thought that Glenn Miller’s final performance was at the club, on December 12, 1944, just three days before his tragic disappearance.
Address: 28 Old Compton Street, London, England
Admission: Varies
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