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109 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D8AY

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109 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D8AY

Year opened: 1891
Capacity: 1400

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Upcoming Highlights

  • Derren Brown: Miracle

    Booking until Jan 16

  • Eddie Izzard

    Opens Jan 18, 2016

  • Harry Potter And The Cursed Child

    Opens Jun 07, 2016

Derren Brown: Miracle

Until January 16, 2016

Derren Brown returns to the Palace Theatre this November for his brand-new show Miracle, following on from his hugely successful "Infamous" show in 2013, which makes this his seventh show since 2003. This multi-award winning master of psychological illusion has since confessed that he enjoys performing live on stage more than his television shows and looks forward to holding his audience enthralled as the ultimate dark mind manilpulator!

Eddie Izzard

January 18-February 13, 2016

Fresh from his world "Force Majeure" tour, the irrepressible Eddie Izzard will be taking up residence right in the middle of the West End, at the Palace Theatre for four weeks! Performing a 'Reloaded' version of his hit touring show, expect zany ad-libs and unerring observations on life and its peculiarities. Now a respected actor in his own right, he was once dubbed "The Lost Python" by fellow comic John Cleese. A rare opportunity to see the comic mastermind in London.

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child

Opens June 7, 2016

Brace yourselves London, JK Rowling has blessed us with another foray into the Potterverse, announcing that new play 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child' will apparate into The Palace Theatre sometime next summer. The story will focus on Harry's troubled past coming back to haunt him, while his son Albus struggles under the weight of his father's legacy.

Located in the City of Westminster, The Palace Theatre is a West End theatre, opened in 1891. It was designed by Thomas Edward Collcutt and was built to be the centre of English grand opera. It was originally named the Royal English Opera House. Since, it has been used as a grand music hall, for screening films, and in 1922 The Marx Brothers featured at the theatre, where they performed parts of their Broadway shows. Since 1925, the venue has been used to stage musicals. In 1960, the theatre was Grade II listed by English Heritage.

Harry at the Palace!

The Palace Theatre will soon play host to one of the most anticipated theatre productions of all time - none other than Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Drawing from the global sensation that is the Harry Potter series, the play is said to be neither a prequel not a sequel, but will be based upon the same characters and stories as the original books. Read more here


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0.03 mi away at 29 Romilly Street
Main £14 | Three course meal £29
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