The film version of the multiple Tony Award-winning Lincoln Center Theater production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s THE KING AND I: FROM THE LONDON PALLADIUM has become the biggest theatre event in cinemas of 2018 following yesterday’s (29th November 2018) screenings around the world. The production is expected to take $2.5m at the box office. In the UK the film reached the number one spot, with more than double the box office of the next film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. More … [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.
Michael Harrison and The Really Useful Group are pleased to announce that Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the first major musical collaboration by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, is to be re-imagined in a brand new production at the iconic London Palladium in the summer of 2019. Opening on Wednesday 26 June, the new production will have an entirely new creative team to be announced soon. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will play a strictly limited 11 week summer … [Read more...]
Qdos Entertainment previously announced that Charlie Stemp will return to the London Palladium to play The Prince in this year’s Pantomime, Snow White at the London Palladium along with Danielle Hope who will play the title role of Snow White. They join the previously announced Dawn French as The Wicked Queen, Julian Clary as The Man in The Mirror, Paul Zerdin as Muddles, Nigel Havers as The Understudy, Gary Wilmot as Mrs Crumble with Vincent and Flavia as The King and The Queen for this … [Read more...]
Camelot at The Palladium on 6th October was a very enjoyable one night concert to celebrate the centenary of Alan Jay Lerner. Directed by Shaun Kerrison and produced by Clive Chenery on its single stage were the many part performers as well as the sixteen fine singers of the London Musical Theatre Orchestra chorus and the orchestra itself conducted by Freddie Tapner. There was no set and no costume changes, Arthur was wearing a suit and tie, Guenevere a long glittering dress. The vitality of … [Read more...]
If a production of The King and I so wanted, it could have the ‘March of the Royal Siamese Children’ go on and on, demonstrating that the King of Siam really did have as many children as he claimed to have had, sleeping with a substantial number of women based at his court. Here, in this production transferred to the London Palladium from New York’s Lincoln Center Theater, the King (Ken Watanabe) tells Anna Leonowens (Kelli O’Hara), a newly arrived schoolteacher, that she will only be tutoring … [Read more...]