The Peacock Theatre
A different world awaits
Walking along Portugal Street in London, the sounds emanating from the Peacock Theatre will have you convinced there’s a world different to our own going on inside. The tapping feet of elegant dancers are easily mistaken as the soft patting of rain hitting the floor.
Swooshing dresses following spinning performers become the gentle rustle of wind swaying a summer treetop. And do you hear those branches breaking? Well, that sound is just that actually, Shaolin Monks break wooden staffs off their bodies - unbelievable human will and strength blending into one.
A history of diversity
The Peacock Theatre is definitely a place to visit to escape the modern world.
With performances in their past like Message in a Bottle and SHAOLIN, the Peacock Theatre celebrates what it means to be creative, encompassing everything from elegant dances to the eastern philosophies.
The Jekyll and Hyde of the West End
The Peacock Theatre lives a “Jekyll and Hyde existence”. In the daytime, it's a venue for lectures for the London School of Economics before letting its hair loose in the evening and becoming the host of incredible stage performances.
Maybe if you get there early enough, there’ll be a quick lesson about the distribution of wealth before the performance begins.
However, we think Dr Jekyll likes to keep his two personalities quite distinct. Plus, we can’t imagine the lecturers would be too happy with you turning up mid-lesson as anyone who’s arrived late to class knows.
The Snowman’s home for Christmas
There are two famous snowmen in our minds, and let's just say it’s not Frosty who’s making the Peacock his home. The Snowman is taking over the Peacock Theatre this Christmas period and is bound to be just as magical as the original film.
If you didn’t think Christmas could get any more exciting, you’re in for a surprise. Surrounded by the quintessential music of Christmas time and watching the beloved animated film come to life, your Christmas spirit will rival that of the great Saint Nick himself!
With a seating plan that covers 999 seats, you’ll be sure to find the perfect place to watch the performance on stage. All that’s left to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Following a record-breaking three-year West End residency and a sold-out UK & Ireland Tour, Everybody's Talking About Jamie is heading to the Peacock
Frequently Asked Questions On The Peacock Theatre :
What is the Peacock Theatre?
The Peacock Theatre is a well-known performing arts venue located in London, England. It is part of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is primarily used for dance and drama productions.
Where is the Peacock Theatre located?
The Peacock Theatre is situated on Portugal Street in the Holborn area of London. The exact address is Portugal Street, London, WC2A 2HT.
What types of performances are held at the Peacock Theatre?
The Peacock Theatre is renowned for hosting a wide range of performances, with a particular emphasis on dance productions, musicals, and drama plays. It often features shows by prominent dance companies, West End productions, and international touring companies.
How can I buy tickets for shows at the Peacock Theatre?
You can purchase tickets for performances at the Peacock Theatre through various means, including online ticketing platforms, the theatre's official website, over the phone, or in person at the theatre's box office.
What is the seating capacity of the Peacock Theatre?
The Peacock Theatre can accommodate approximately 1,000 audience members, making it a relatively intimate venue for its size.