Victoria Palace Theatre
Victoria Palace Theatre – London
Victoria Palace Theatre is a West End theatre in Victoria Street, in the City of Westminster, opposite Victoria Station. The theatre began life as a small concert room above the stables of the Royal Standard Hotel, a small hotel and tavern built in 1832 at what was then 522 Stockbridge Terrace, on the site of the present theatre – not, as sometimes stated, on land where the train station now stands.
Address – Victoria St, London SW1E 5EA
Box Office – Mon to Sat 10am – 830pm – Phone – +44 844 248 5000 Access 020 7834 1170
Transport Tube : Victoria ( District, Circle lines)
Bus : 8, 11, 211, 36, 24, 38, 73 and 511 all stop at Victoria bus station
Wheelchair access is via the second exit in Allington Street, which is to the west or left of the theatre; please ask a member of staff to open the door. There are no steps from Allington Street to the back of the stalls. There are two spaces for wheelchairs within the stalls, P36 and M36 with seating for companions in the same row. It is possible to transfer from a wheelchair to any aisle seat and up to four wheelchairs may be stored per performance.
Hard of Hearing
There is an infrared system working throughout most of the auditorium with both loop and conventional type headsets. For more details and to book this please contact the box office on 020 7834 1170.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are permitted in the auditorium, and staff can dog sit by prior arrangement. Dogs will be looked after in the manager’s office. Some performances are Audio Described.