Wyndham's Theatre

Wyndham's Theatre

Time flies at Wyndham's Theatre

The warm, circle lights and beautiful chandelier will make you feel like royalty in this grand theatre! Designed by the architect W G R Sprague in the Louis XVI style, the theatre was opened in 1899 by the actor/manager Charles Wyndham.

Wyndham's Theatre was bought in May 2005 by Cameron Mackintosh and now belongs to Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.

How to reach the gorgeous theatre

Situated in the heart of the West End, the theatre is easy to get to. Hop off at the nearest tube, Leicester Square (Piccadilly, Northern lines), and you'll find the theatre just opposite.

Or thank the bus driver as you disembark at Charing Cross Road.

We'd recommend taking public transport but if you want to bring the car, you can pull up at St Martin's Lane Hotel which is two minutes away from the theatre.

Arrive at the astonishing Wyndham's Theatre on Charing Cross Road in the City of Westminster.

A big welcome for everyone!

Step off the hustle and bustle of the street and into the beautiful building. Guide dogs are allowed into the auditorium or, if you'd prefer, the staff will be delighted to sit with your adorable dog during the show.

The friendly staff are also trained to help anyone with autism and/or with learning difficulties. You can collect visual tools for parents and carers to use and there's a quiet space to sit if the theatre gets too loud.

Fun time begins

Be impressed and fall in love with the auditorium's gold engravings around the edges of the boxes. There are four levels, all as beautifully decorated as the next - Stalls, Royal Circle, Grand Circle, and Balcony.

Lean back into a comfortable velvet grey cushion and feel the excitement build as you wait for the show to start. On the same stage, Wyndham's hosted one of their most successful musicals that came to the theatre in 1972 - Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell, which ran for three years.

The longest-running show at Wyndham's Theatre was Yasmina Reza’s play Art, which opened in 1996 for over 2,000 performances before transferring to the Whitehall Theatre in 2001.

Whatever you see here, we're sure you'll be leaving with a huge smile on your face and gorgeous memories to treasure.

32-36 Charing Cross Road,
London
WC2H 0DA

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