Lyric Theatre – London
The Lyric Theatre is a West End theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue in the City of Westminster. Designed by the architect C. J. Phipps, it was built by the producer Henry Leslie with profits from the Alfred Cellier and B. C. Stephenson hit, Dorothy, which he transferred from the Prince of Wales Theatre to open his new venue on 17 December 1888.
|Address – Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 7ES UK.|
Box Office – Daily Phone – :+44(0)207 0990 930
Transport Tube : Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo, Piccadilly lines)
Bus 14, 19, 22B, 38, 53, 88, 94, 159
Wheelchair access is available into Box E & D of the Dress Circle. Access is via the Royal Entrance (left-hand double EXIT door as you face the Theatre) on Shaftesbury Avenue, which is open 30 minutes before the show. Please note the width of the door frame leading into Box E is 69.5 cm (27.2″) wide and Box D is 69.3 cm (27.3″). We strongly recommend that you measure the wheelchair prior to booking to ensure it will fit through the doorway. Toilet Facilities There is an accessible toilet next to the Boxes.
Sorry There is currently NO infra-red or loop systems available in the auditorium.
The theatre management are happy to look after your Guide/Hearing dog during the performance. Please approach a member of the front of house team when you arrive at the theatre and they will make the necessary arrangements.