Her Majesty’s Theatre

Latest theatre offers!  See our cheapest theatre ticket deals, find the hottest shows in town, or book a dinner & show package. It’s your last chance to see these shows before they close!

Her Majesty’s Theatre map location

Her Majesty’s Theatre address and telephone

Address:
Her Majesty’s Theatre is located at: Haymarket,
London SW1Y 4QL
England
Telephone:
You can contact Her Majesty’s Theatre on Work +44 (0) 207 494 5400

How to get to Her Majesty’s Theatre

When visiting Her Majesty’s Theatre you can use the following:
Parking:
Find car parks near Her Majesty’s Theatre
Minicabs:
Find minicab and taxi firms near Her Majesty’s Theatre
Buses:
14, 19, 38
London bus fares
Trains:
Charing Cross BKL NRN, Leicester Square NRN PCL, Piccadilly Circus BKL PCL
If you want to visit Her Majesty’s Theatre by train then the nearest underground station to Her Majesty’s Theatre is Piccadilly Circus
London underground fares
  Buy a travelcard
  Buy an Oyster card
  Buy a Visitor Oyster card
  Buy a London Pass plus Visitor Oyster card
Front entrance of Her Majesty’s Theatre, showing the Phantom of the OperaHer Majesty’s Theatre

Did you know… Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera premièred at Her Majesty’s Theatre on the 9th October 1986.

Craig’s London blog> Read Craig’s review of Her Majesty’s Theatre  Check out my London blog for a full review, with photos

The "Phantom of the Opera" is here!   

 

Her Majesty’s Theatre was opened in 1879 and has seats enough for 1,160.

 

If you like Her Majesty’s Theatre, then you might also like…

> Dominion Theatre The Dominion Theatre is currently showing the Queen rock opera, ‘We Will Rock You’, by Ben Elton.
> Shaftesbury Theatre Shaftesbury Theatre stands on the corner of Shaftesbury Avenue, in the heart of the West End.
> Palace Theatre The Palace Theatre is home to ‘Les Miserables’, and can be found down Shaftesbury Avenue.
> Theatre Royal Drury Lane Theatre Royal dates from 1812. A couple of ghosts are said to drift around from past productions.
 

2017 guidebook – read a free sample

500 pages packed with money saving tips, reviews, photos and street maps

Honest reviews of London’s most popular attractions and landmarks

Example itineraries – two weeks of ideas, including one week for kids

Insider tips – look inside Hampton Court, Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s for free

Bus and train fares – a detailed guide to the buses, trains, Oyster cards and fares

Amazon.com:  $3.99 ebook · $15.99 paperback
Amazon.co.uk:  £2.99 ebook · £11.99 paperback

Copyright © 2017 London Drum. All rights reserved · Contact London Drum · Privacy policy / Terms of use / Cookies
London City GuideSearch this site

Events guide

London blog

Read our review:
Andaz Liverpool Street

I'll tell you what I'd like to do... I'd like to send the manager of the Andaz over to The Ritz, or the Royal Horseguard… more

Read our review:
Carnaby Street

You have to be in your sixties to remember the 60s, so I never saw Carnaby Street in its hey-day. All I can do is tell y… more

Read our review:
Royal Horseguards

If you want to impress somebody then show them a photo of the Royal Horseguards hotel from the outside. Book a weekend a… more

London Pass

Save some money with London Pass Cheap entry into London attractions

London Pass

Learn more about London Pass

> Save moneyFree or discounted entry into top attractions

> Save timeJump the longest queues with Fast Track entry

Oyster card

Get an Oyster for the cheapest fares The easiest way to travel in London

Oyster card

Buy Oyster Cards Buy travelcardsBuy an Oyster card

> Save moneyGet the cheapest fares on London transport

> Easy to usePay as you go credit on the buses, boats and underground trains

Cheap tickets

Buy theatre tickets

Visitor Oyster cards