This staple of the West End has enchanted audiences since it opened in 1986. This haunting tale of love and tragedy from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice is a stunning experience, featuring breathtaking songs and lavish production values. The Phantom of the Opera is essential viewing.

Getting to Her Majesty’s Theatre

Her Majesty’s Theatre is located on Haymarket, near the corner with Pall Mall, not far from Trafalgar Square. The nearest tube station is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines), approximately a 5-minute walk away. For National Rail, Charing Cross is only 7-minute walk away.

Her Majesty’s Theatre Facilities

  • Bars: There are bars on the Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle levels. Drinks can be brought to disabled visitors in the Stalls
  • Toilets: Male and female toilets are located at the rear of the Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle. There is an access adapted toilet near the entrance on Charles II street
  • Access: Wheelchair access to the Stalls is available via an alternative entrance on Charles II Street. Four wheelchair spaces are available in Row S of the Stalls
  • Air Conditioning: The auditorium is air-conditioned
  • Booster Seats: Booster seats are not available
  • Cloakroom: Cloakroom facilities are available for large items. Cost per item checked in is £1

About Her Majesty’s Theatre

The site of the theatre has a dramatic history dating back to 1705. While the theatre has undergone several major refurbishments, the French renaissance style has been kept intact in this stunning Grade II listed building. The lavish architecture and décor make every visit to Her Majesty’s Theatre feel like an event.

Throughout the Twentieth Century, the theatre became renown for hosting major musicals, including West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof and Bugsy Malone. The theatre became home of The Phantom of the Opera in 1986, where it has played to capacity audiences ever since. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s LW Theatres group have owned the theatre outright since 2005.

Past Shows at Her Majesty's Theatre