Her Majesty's Theatre

DISABLED ACCESS

Bookings for disabled patrons of Her Majesty's Theatre are handled by the Access Team at See Tickets:

Tel: 020 7087 7966
Email: access@seetickets.com

Access into Her Majesty's Theatre:
Level access into the foyer through the centre doors and through two sets of swing doors. Box Office counter on the right-hand side. Staircases have handrails on both sides and some steps are highlighted. Stalls are 22 steps down from the foyer, through the Stalls Bar then 18 steps up; Royal Circle up 32; Grand Circle up 62 and Balcony up 89. 2 steep steps between rows in the Circles. Customers with mobility problems are advised to book stalls seats. Theatre opens 45 minutes before the performance.

Wheelchair access
Please contact the Theatre Manager on arrival. Access is through the second side EXIT door on Charles II Street. There is a slight slope to the rear right Stalls. Four spaces for wheelchair users in row S next to S12. Transfer seating available to any aisle seat in the Stalls. An usher will be assigned to disabled theatregoers.
Disabled toilets
Adapted toilet on the left inside entrance on Charles II Street.
Toilets
Women’s and Men’s at the rear Stalls, at the back of the Royal Circle and at the back of the Grand Circle.
Leg room
Seats E1, E25, F1, F25, G1, G25, N1 and N28 in the Stalls have extra leg room.
Steps
22 steps down to the Stalls bar, 32 to the Royal Circle bar and 62 to the Grand Circle bar. Drinks may be brought to disabled customers in the auditorium in plastic cups.
Induction loop
Infra-red system with headsets. Induction loop at Box Office. Headsets can be collected from the cloakroom adjacent to Stalls bar.
Parking
WCC at Whitcomb Street. Meters on Charles II Street and in St James’s Square. Single yellow lines in the Haymarket. Taxi rank, Lower Regent Street. Drop-off and pick-up outside the theatre.
Access dogs
Access dogs are allowed inside the auditorium. Staff can also dog-sit for four dogs per performance in the Manager’s office.

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Our History

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1897

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The current Her Majesty's Theatre, designed by C J Phipps, was opened for Herbert Beerbohm Tree.

The current Her Majesty's Theatre, designed by C J Phipps, was opened for Herbert Beerbohm Tree.

1916

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Oscar Asche produced and starred in Chu Chin Chow which broke records with a run of 2,238 performances.

Oscar Asche produced and starred in Chu Chin Chow which broke records with a run of 2,238 performances.

1931

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John Gielgud starred as Inigo Jollifant in J B Priestley’s The Good Companions.

John Gielgud starred as Inigo Jollifant in J B Priestley’s The Good Companions.

1949

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Lerner and Leowe’s Brigadoon opened with Noele Gordon.

Lerner and Leowe’s Brigadoon opened with Noele Gordon.

1958

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The original London production of West Side Story featured George Chakiris as Riff.

The original London production of West Side Story featured George Chakiris as Riff.

1967

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Fiddler on the Roof opened with Topol playing Tevye opposite Miriam Karlin as Golde.

Fiddler on the Roof opened with Topol playing Tevye opposite Miriam Karlin as Golde.

1972

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Lauren Bacall led the cast of the musical Applause.

Lauren Bacall led the cast of the musical Applause.

1981

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Peter Shaffer’s play Amadeus transferred from The National Theatre starring Frank Finlay.

Peter Shaffer’s play Amadeus transferred from The National Theatre starring Frank Finlay.

1986

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, produced by Cameron Mackintosh received its world premiere and began its current record breaking run

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, produced by Cameron Mackintosh received its world premiere and began its current record breaking run

1994

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A major building refurbishment, including a new roof, was completed without losing a single performance of The Phantom of the Opera

A major building refurbishment, including a new roof, was completed without losing a single performance of The Phantom of the Opera
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