Watch a West End hit at a famous Grade II theatre
Walk along the beautiful River Thames and take in the fabulous views of Embankment before taking the short walk to Strand.
Here, you'll be able to spot the Adelphi Theatre easily as the gorgeous art-deco design stands out in this famous area of London.
Specialising in musicals and comedy performances, the theatre has hosted many world-class shows since it was built over 200 years ago.
As soon as you arrive, you'll notice the remarkable history of the Grade II listed building.
Head inside to watch Back to the Future: The Musical and take an electrifying ride back in time.
You're bound to be singing the songs for days to come after this terrific show.
Perhaps you’d enjoy a night listening to the soothing sounds of Katherine Jenkins? Or be taken on a ride through three decades of Whitney Housten hits.
The theatre is constantly bringing new performances to the boards and so you can be sure there's always something here to enjoy.
Your glamorous visit
Arrive early so you can grab a drink from one of the bars or kiosks and soak up the atmosphere for the evening ahead.
As you make your way through the box office, the whole theatre will be buzzing - from the friendly and welcoming staff to fellow theatregoers excited for the evening ahead.
Make your way to your seats and enter the auditorium; the red and gold colours portray a sense of luxury and elegance which matches the quality of the performance.
With a capacity of 1500, it's one of the larger theatres in London, which only helps create a wonderful ambience as you hear people chatting before the show starts about the performances you're about to watch.
As you listen to the orchestra preparing for the curtain to rise, you'll be bursting with excitement.
The lights will dim and suddenly, the room will fill with the sound of the performance and you'll be completely captivated.
Shows you may have enjoyed here before
The theatre is owned by the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber and it's clear to see why so many successful shows have taken place here.
Maybe you’ve visited the theatre before and watched previous hits such as Evita, Chicago, Waitress and Kinky Boots.
We recommend using public transport to get here as it’s so convenient.
The nearest tube stations to Adelphi Theatre are Charing Cross and Embankment - both are just a five-minute walk from the theatre.
If you’re catching a train, head to Charing Cross train station. There are also plenty of buses that will take you to Strand.
Thinking of driving in? Park in Q-Park Chinatown or Covent Garden, where you can get 50% off your ticket thanks to the Q-Park Theatreland scheme - just remember you might have to pay the congestion charge for driving in Central London.
Whether you’re a first-time visitor or enjoy a show every week, we're sure you'll have a great time and as soon as the curtain falls at the end of the performance, you’ll already be planning your next visit.
- Paid parking nearby