Noel Coward Theatre
Enjoy a spectacular show at a fabulous theatre
Step up from the lively scenes of Leicester Square tube station and be met by bright lights and excited crowds ready for a night on the town as you make your way to the Noel Coward Theatre.
It's just a two-minute walk from the station, making it wonderfully convenient for a relaxed, casual stroll without rushing through the evening.
The Noel Coward Theatre is steeped in impressive history, named after the playwright and actor of the same name who made his West End debut in his own play, I'll Leave It to You, in 1920. Other notable performances from acting greats over the years include Laurence Olivier in King Richard III, Katharine Hepburn in The Millionairess, and Helen Mirren in A Month in the Country.
As soon as you enter the doors, you'll see the rich history and feel the strong presence of iconic, notable performances for yourself. We suggest starting with a round of drinks at Lionel's Bar in the Royal Circle as you browse through the show programme and soak up the delightful atmosphere.
Before taking your seats, take a good look around the auditorium and gaze admiringly at its plush interiors and intimate seating plan capacity of 872.
Take your night out to another level
It's not every day you get to see a show in London's West End. Maybe you're here for a special birthday or anniversary?
You can make the evening extra special with a VIP package including premium seats, a souvenir brochure, your own designated theatre host throughout the evening, and a selection of dessert and savoury canapes. All you need to do is get comfortable and make treasured memories for years to come.
You won't want the night to end
After the show, you'll probably want to stop for a bite to eat. Luckily, you're just a few moments away from Chinatown - we suggest stopping by Imperial China on Lisle Street for a gorgeous feast of dim sum dumplings and stir-fried chicken in plum sauce as you reminisce on the magical performances.
The Noel Coward Theatre is a superb experience for avid theatregoers and those new to the West End stages. We're confident you'll want to keep coming back to an iconic London theatre, keeping you entertained with world-class performances.