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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Featured Guest Post:Try a Night at the London Palladium Theatre

Try a Night at the London Palladium Theatre

by Angelina Lawson

To make your trip to the United Kingdom extra special, try a night at the London Palladium Theatre! This London Theatre is thought to be the most famous theatre in the United Kingdom, due to its guest list of celebrities, great shows, and rich history.


This London Theatre got its starts in 1910. It has always been used for entertainment, not just theatre shows. It wasn’t until the 1940’s that big stars started performing on the stage. This eventually led to a long running TV show called the Sunday night at the London Palladium. It was such a great hit; it was brought back to TV during the 1980’s. Today you can see wonderful stage performances of all the top rated plays and musicals. 

You can purchase theatre tickets online. It helps to be familiar with the seating before buying. The London Palladium has the largest capacity of all London theatres, so it is easy to find a good seat. The 2,286 seats are spread over three levels called the Stalls, the Upper Circle, and the Royal Circle. The circular design of this London Theatre allows for great seats at any price range.


The Stalls is on the ground floor, closest to the stage. Theatre tickets in this section are more expensive, but they have the best view. Four wheelchair friendly spots are located in the Stalls.  In the Royal Circle the first few rows have the best views. The entire section allows you to get a panoramic view of the stage. This is a great for children, as they can see everything. The Upper Circle is the third level, and it is much cheaper. You are further from the stage, but the first few rows have some of the greatest views. There are several nice hotels close located nearby, like the Mermaid Suite hotel and the Holiday Inn, both within walking distance. Have dinner before the show at the Cape Town Fish Market or Silk. If you can’t manage a night at the London Palladium, try the Adelphi Theatre. Another one of London’s great theatres, it was originally built during the 1930’s. In 1993 it was completely restored with an art deco interior that reflects the original elegance of the theatre. Today it is host to numerous productions, many of which are Andrew Lloyd Weber’s, as he is part owner of the theatre.  

Author Bio:  Angelina Lawson is a Content Writer with an interest in topics relating Theatre, Films, art, culture etc. You can follow her @boxofficeltd on Twitter.
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Thank you Angelina Lawson for contributing this article for my blog site.
I love to explore the London Palladium,  I'm wishing to travel London someday!
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