After dazzling audiences at the London Palladium in 2019, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns for a limited time only. This rainbow of great tunes and a terrific story make it one of the iconic shows of London's West End.
Getting to the London Palladium
Located very close to Oxford Circus, the London Palladium can be found in the heart of London’s shopping district. Oxford Circus station (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria Lines) is practically across the road from the London Palladium. For national Rail, underground connections from Oxford Circus can take you to Charing Cross Station.
London Palladium Facilities
- Bars: There are four bar areas in the theatre including the new Val Parnell suite, the Variety Bar (Stalls), the Cinderella Bar (Royal Circle) and the Long Bar (Upper Circle)
- Toilets: Toilets for all sexes are available on every level. There are two female and one male toilet blocks in the Stalls, a range of toilets in the Val Parnell suit, female toilets inside and outside the Royal Circle as well as male toilets near the bar and the Upper Circle has a block of male and female toilets as well as individual cubicles closer to the seating
- Access: The Stalls is an access friendly area, with accessible seats found in Stalls L46, Stalls O48, Stalls Q48 and Stalls S49
- Air Conditioning: There is an 'air cooling' system in the auditorium for the comfort of guests
- Booster Seats: A limited supply of booster seats for children smaller than 4 feet are available in the Stalls only, but not in the upper sections
- Cloakroom: There is a cloakroom in the Royal Circle and Stalls entrance
About the London Palladium
The London Palladium is considered to be the most famous theatre in the capital city and perhaps even in the United Kingdom, due to its musical variety shows that were televised in the 1950s and 60s and the host of famous celebrities that have performed on the theatre’s stage over the years.
For twelve years from 1955, the theatre hosted the extremely popular Sunday Night at the London Palladium which was aired on ITV for a very successful run. The show was revived in the late 1980s under the new name of Live from the Palladium.
In the year 2000, the theatre was bought by Andrew Lloyd Webber and his Really Useful Group, now named LW Theatres, which has seen many popular and important stage musicals grace the stage such as The King and I, The Sound of Music and Sister Act the Musical.