London Palladium a venue to which all performers aspire and has hosted more annual Royal Variety Performances than any other theatre. Welcome to the official website of the London Palladium – designed by Frank Matcham – which opened on Boxing Day 1910 and became famous, partly through television, as the “Ace Variety Theatre of the World”.
The London Palladium opened on Boxing Day 1910 with the first ‘grand variety bill’ featuring acts as diverse as Nellie Wallace and classical actor Martin Harvey. The Frank Matcham designed building occupies a site which was previously home to a Corinthian Bazaar, Hengler’s Grand Cirque and the National Ice Skating Palace.
The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines) and Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Lines).
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.
Four steps up to main entrance and a further eight to foyer and Royal Circle (two steps between rows). Box Office through separate entrance, up five steps. Stalls down 12 steps from the main entrance. Upper circle up approx. 50 steps. Handrails on both sides of most staircases, some steps highlighted. Theatre opens 45 minutes before the performance.
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Turn up the heat
After over 20 years, in November 2014 the London Palladium received brand new boilers. The works took 3 weeks to complete and took place during the get in of CATs to avoid any audience disruption. The old system was ripped out and all new parts were installed; everything from the pipe works to new values and controls. The modern boiler enables better control of the heating and cooling of the auditorium, letting the audience enjoy the show without any troubles.Find out more