Adelphi Theatre

Adelphi Theatre
Venue Hire

The stylish, art deco Adelphi Theatre is an excellent venue for large-scale conferences and launches. The main auditorium seats 1,400, and is conveniently located in the Strand, a short stroll from Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square.

The Adelphi Theatre’s modest façade in the Strand opens into a plush, cavernous auditorium. Capable of seating over 1,400 guests, this is the perfect place for your business to make a lasting impression.

Some of the world’s most enduring musicals have been performed on the Adelphi Theatre’s stage, delighting audiences down the years. You too can create the same impact on employees, guests or customers. Whether you’re holding a company conference or launching a new product, we can help you turn a business function into a show with pizzazz.

You can rely on the same technical expertise that stages the West End’s most spectacular productions to get your message across. Your guests will enjoy professional, smooth and prompt hospitality that will help your event run like clockwork.

WHY HERE?

Few hotels can offer professional staging facilities. Conference centres have no soul. The Adelphi Theatre is designed for audiences to enjoy what they see and hear. If you want to make a lasting impression on employees, guests or customers, make a show of it at the Adelphi Theatre.

For information on large conferences and seminars of 120 delegates or more, please contact our Theatre Hiring Department on 0207 557 7300

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Jessie Mathews

Restored in 1993 before the opening of Sunset Boulevard the art deco features and wooden finishes of the Adelphi Theatre auditorium date from its reconstruction in 1930.

Seats, carpets and paint finishes are a vibrant red and orange redolent of the period. There are 1,436 seats across the three levels – Stalls, Dress Circle and Grand Circle

Enquiries
For information on hire please contact our Theatre Hiring Department
0207 557 7300
venuehire@reallyuseful.co.uk
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Did you know…

The current reconstructed theatre building with internal art deco features opened in 1930.

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