Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Coming to see a show here?

Then we look forward to seeing you soon! In the meantime, why not start planning your day to make sure your time with us at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane is as smooth as possible? We’ve done the hard work, so all you need to do is click the link below to check how and where to find us; have a look over our seating plan; and familiarise yourself with disabled access to the theatre. Get ready to experience the extraordinary.

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About Theatre Royal Drury Lane

As the name suggests, this extraordinary venue is a truly regal member of the LW Theatres family. Steeped in almost unrivalled theatre history over a phenomenal life that dates back to 1663, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane’s enormous list of past performers and productions reads like a who’s-who of theatrical royalty. Providing entertainment for the masses as well as every monarch since the Restoration, it’s a true institution – but one that has never been afraid of innovating with the times. Progressing from Victorian pantomimes to Rodgers and Hammerstein’s decade long residency as well as epic runs of My Fair Lady and Miss Saigon, it has recently entertained yet another generation with family favourites Shrek the Musical and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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Looking to hire Theatre Royal Drury Lane?

As well as being a true institution of British musical theatre, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane is also a highly versatile venue with a range of unique event spaces. The 2,154-seat main auditorium is a sumptuous, soaring cathedral of space, while the five smaller rooms can accommodate anywhere between 20 and 350 guests. An authentically lavish Georgian theatre and Grade I listed building, the Theatre Royal is a stone’s throw from The Strand and expertly mixes historical substance with West End style.

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