He was known by many names throughout his illustrious career in music, film and TV... ‘Bones’, ‘No Hips’, ‘Skinny’, ‘Francis Albert’, ‘The Chairman of The Board’ and ‘Ole Blue Eyes’. But one name has entered showbusiness legend - SINATRA. 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Francis Albert ‘Frank’ Sinatra and to celebrate this momentous occasion, The Ministry of Entertainment Ltd is presenting the world premiere of SINATRA 100, five unforgettable weeks of amazing performances by … [Read more...]
The London Palladium is a historic theatre located in the heart of London's West End. It has been the venue for many popular shows and performances over the years, including The Sound of Music, Joseph, Beauty and the Beats and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and The Wizard of Oz. If you're planning a visit to the London Palladium, there are several public transport options available.
The closest tube station to the London Palladium is Oxford Circus, which is served by the Bakerloo, Central, and Victoria lines. The theatre is only a few minutes walk from the station, making it a convenient option for those travelling by public transport. Alternatively, you can also use Bond Street or Tottenham Court Road stations, which are both within easy walking distance of the theatre.
If you prefer to travel by bus, there are several bus routes that stop near the London Palladium, including routes 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 55, 73, and 98. You can also take the train to Marylebone station, which is only a 10-minute walk from the theatre.
For those travelling by car, there are several public car parks nearby, including the Q-Park at Cavendish Square and the NCP at Oxford Street. However, it's worth noting that traffic in the West End can be busy, so it's always best to allow extra time for your journey.
Finally, if you're a fan of cycling, the Santander Cycles bike rental scheme has stations located throughout the West End, making it a convenient option for getting to the London Palladium.
In conclusion, the London Palladium is easily accessible by public transport, with several convenient options available. Whether you're travelling by tube, bus, train, car, or bike, getting to the theatre is quick and easy, making it a perfect choice for an evening out in London's vibrant West End.
Nicole Scherzinger will be making her West End stage debut as Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical Cats. Returning to the West End for a strictly limited run at the London Palladium from 6 December 2014, press night will be on 11 December at 7pm. Based on T. S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, the original creative team - Director Trevor Nunn, Associate Director and Choreographer Gillian Lynne, Designer John Napier and Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber - are … [Read more...]
Michael Flatley is a bit of a dance legend. You could feel it in the air before the performance started, there was a definite buzz. Dangerous Minds is a flashy take on the traditional Irish Dance, with added robot costumes, back projection and a gymnast. This is one of those shows which will divide its audience, often stepping too far into the gaudy (watch out for a very dodgy digital unicorn) which smothered the power of the dance itself. Although the design was essentially vile, there were … [Read more...]
Well, it’s not as bad as you might have feared, or hoped, depending on your relationship with Simon Cowell. Nor is it as good as the mighty machinery of advance praise would have had you believe. If this sounds like damnation with faint praise, that’s possibly because it is. I Can’t Sing is OK. This conclusion hardly amounts to the coveted “Three Yesses” refrain of the TV talent show, but at a time when West End musicals by giants of the genre are crashing and burning in the wastelands of … [Read more...]