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About

Since 1705 there have been four theatres on the site of Her Majesty’s.

The current building was erected by the famous Actor-Manager Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree to house his spectacular productions of Shakespeare and literary adaptations and opened in 1897. 
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HISTORY

With the exception of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, the site of Her Majesty’s has been associated with a playhouse longer than any other theatre in London. There have been four different buildings and numerous name changes and its early history as an opera house makes it a fitting home for the long-running success of The Phantom of the Opera...
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DIRECTIONS

The nearest underground station is Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines).
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SEATING PLAN

Where we provide a seating plan for events, every effort is made to show you the correct information. However, we are unable to guarantee the accuracy of our seating plans in case of short term or venue specific changes due to production requirements. Seating plans are generally provided as a guide only and are not an exact representation of the seating layout at the venue.
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DISABLED ACCESS

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.
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0844 412 4653

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0844 412 4648 access@seetickets.com
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Venue Hire

Her Majesty’s Theatre seats over 1,100 in its main auditorium, making it an ideal venue for business conferences, large-scale presentations or product launches. The theatre is located in London’s Haymarket, close to landmarks including Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus.

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Refurbishment

Refurbishment

Stalls Bar

The stunning wood panelled stalls bar was completely restored recently. The scheme included new lighting and the design and installation of additional seating and tables.

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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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