Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Now open daily

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Experience the West End like never before

Open daily, The Lane is an all-day destination for entertainment, afternoon tea, dining, drinking, art & culture in the heart of Covent Garden.

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Back in January 2019, we embarked on an ambitious £60 million project to restore the historic Theatre Royal Drury Lane, at the heart of London’s West End, to its former 1812 glory.

We hope the return of the theatre affectionately known as The Lane, will lead the revival of our beloved and vital theatre industry.

Frozen The Musical

Get ready to experience the wonder of Disney’s Frozen as it comes alive at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane. This new West End musical celebrates the extraordinary story that melted hearts across the world.

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Concerts at LW Theatres

We’re not just musicals here at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. There’s a whole host of concerts ranging from music, comedy, dance and everything in between.

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Grand Saloon Afternoon Tea

Be amongst the first to indulge in a truly unique Regency-inspired Afternoon Tea experience when Theatre Royal Drury Lane reopens in 2021 following its spectacular restoration.

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The Garden

Day or evening, the perfect place to meet, eat & drink. A relaxed café & bar with soaring high ceilings, oversized chandeliers, beautiful local flowers and lush plants, with indoor & outdoor seating.

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Theatre Tours

Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden, join us on an incredible guided tour of the West End’s most iconic theatre and discover hidden tales that date back over 350 years.

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Theatre History

Almost 400 years of unbelievable theatrical history: Theatre Royal Drury Lane has a colourful story to tell.

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Restoration Project

In January 2019, LW Theatres embarked on its most ambitious and exciting project to date – a £60 million refurbishment project to restore the historic Theatre Royal Drury Lane to its former 1812 glory.

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