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Noel Coward Theatre

Noel Coward Theatre – London

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The Noël Coward Theatre, formerly known as the Albery Theatre, is a West End theatre on St. Martin’s Lane in the City of Westminster, London. It opened on 12 March 1903 as the New Theatre and was built by Sir Charles Wyndham behind Wyndham’s Theatre which was completed in 1899. The building was designed by architect W. G. R. Sprague with an exterior in the classical style and an interior in the Rococo style.


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Address – St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4AU UK.

 

Box Office – Daily  Phone – +44 844 482 5140 Access Bookings – 08 444825137

 

Transport  Tube :  Leicester Square (the Northern and Piccadilly line) or Piccadilly Circus 5 Mins Piccadilly line (Piccadilly and Bakerloo).

 

Bus 24, 29 and 176.

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THEATRE FACILITIES

 

Wheelchair Access

There is a ramp (gradient 30-40%, handrail on both sides) through the front door on St Martin’s Lane. Box M (door 68cm wide) has 2 spaces for wheelchair/scooter users, or 1 wheelchair user and a companion. Companions can also be seated in the Royal Circle. Transfer seating available to any aisle seat in Royal Circle. 2 wheelchairs and 2 scooters maximum. Wheelchairs stored in the cloakroom, scooters in the foyer. There are limited wheelchair spaces in the theatre.

Please contact them for more information on 0844 482 5141.

Hearing

The venue has infa-red headset  in the box office that require a deposit. Please contact the venue for more information.

Guide Dogs

Dogs are not generally allowed inside the auditorium, they can be looked after by the theatre staff during performance times. Please contact the venue to arrange.

 

HISTORY


The Noël Coward Theatre, formerly known as the Albery Theatre, is a West End theatre on St. Martin’s Lane in the City of Westminster, London. It opened on 12 March 1903 as the New Theatre and was built by Sir Charles Wyndham behind Wyndham’s Theatre which was completed in 1899. The building was designed by architect W. G. R. Sprague with an exterior in the classical style and an interior in the Rococo style.

In 1973 it was renamed the Albery Theatre in tribute to Sir Bronson Albery who had presided as its manager for many years. Since September 2005, the theatre has been owned by Delfont-Mackintosh Ltd. It underwent major refurbishment in 2006, and was renamed the Noël Coward Theatre when it re-opened for the London premiere of Avenue Q on 1 June 2006. Noël Coward, one of Britain’s greatest playwrights and actors, appeared in his own play, I’ll Leave It To You, at the then New Theatre in 1920, the first West End production of one of his plays.

The theatre seats 872 patrons on four levels. The building is now a Grade II Listed structure.

 

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