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London Palladium - Theater Information

Address:
8 Argyll St, Soho

London,

BUILT: 1871

SEATING CAPACITY: 2325


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London Palladium History

The London Palladium has been the capital’s majestic home of variety for over a century, and to this day it continues to delight and surprise audiences with its rich tapestry of acts. We’ve welcomed a staggering selection of greats from Bob Hope and Louis Armstrong to the Two Ronnies, Bruce Forsyth and Cliff Richard. This proud tradition has continued since the theatre joined the LW Theatres family in 2000, hosting recent headliners as diverse as Bob Dylan, Madonna, Coldplay, Whoopi Goldberg, Billy Ocean and Dita Von Teese. Meanwhile, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will return to this legendary stage in 2021.

What Shows Played the London Palladium

DATES PRODUCTION
? - ? Jack and the Beanstalk (2022)
? - ? The Secret Garden - In Concert (2022)
? - ? Disney's Beauty and the Beast (2022)
? - ? Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2021)
? - ? Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2019)
? - ? Rain: 50 Years of Sgt Pepper (2017)
? - ? The Wind in the Willows (2017)
? - ? Honeymoon in Vegas (2017)
? - ? Cinderella (2016)
2/2/2013 - 1/31/2014 A Chorus Line (2013)
10/24/2012 - 1/5/2013 Scrooge (2012)
2/7/2011 - 9/2/2012 The Wizard of Oz (2011)
5/6/2009 - 10/30/2010 Sister Act (2009)
11/3/2006 - 2/21/2009 The Sound of Music (2006)
3/8/2006 - 9/16/2006 Sinatra at the London Palladium (2006)
11/8/2005 - 1/14/2006 Scrooge (2005)
4/16/2002 - 9/5/2005 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2002)
5/3/2000 - 5/3/2000 The King and I (2000)
5/5/1998 - 2/26/2000 Saturday Night Fever (1998)
12/8/1994 - 2/23/1998 Oliver! (1994)
6/28/1994 - ? Fiddler on the Roof (1994)
6/12/1991 - 9/2/1991 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1991)
7/25/1990 - ? Show Boat (1990)
4/26/1988 - 10/1/1988 The Stiffkey Scandals of 1932 (1969)
5/7/1986 - 1/31/1987 La Cage aux Folles (1986)
6/30/1983 - 9/28/1985 Singin' in the Rain (1983)
6/11/1981 - 2/5/1983 Barnum (1981)
6/12/1979 - ? The King and I (1979)
12/17/1977 - ? Hans Andersen (1977)
12/17/1974 - ? Hans Andersen (1974)
6/4/1968 - ? Golden Boy (1968)
12/20/1966 - ? Cinderella (1966)
12/20/1961 - ? Little Old King Cole (1961)
12/22/1956 - ? Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (1956)
11/10/1943 - ? This Is the Army (1943)
11/7/1942 - ? Best Bib and Tucker (1942)
3/5/1941 - ? Apple Sauce (1940)
9/4/1940 - ? Top of the World (1940)
10/11/1939 - ? The Little Dog Laughed (1939)
9/29/1938 - ? These Foolish Things (1938)
9/1/1937 - ? London Rhapsody (1937)
3/29/1937 - ? Swing is in the Air (1937)
9/2/1936 - ? O-Kay for Sound (1936)
3/11/1936 - ? All Alight at Oxford Circus (1936)
3/27/1929 - ? Wake Up and Dream (1929)
11/14/1928 - ? Lucky Girl (1928)
6/25/1928 - ? The Yellow Mask (1928)
? - ? Cats (2014)
? - ? Beyond Bollywood (unknown)
? - ? Cats (2016)
? - ? School of Rock (2016)
? - ? I Can't Sing: The X Factor Musical (2014)
? - ? The King and I (2018)
? - ? Dick Whittington (2017)


Frequently Asked Questions

What show is next for London Palladium?
London Palladium's next show Jack and the Beanstalk which opened on 12/10/2022.

What when was London Palladium built?
London Palladium was built in 1871.

How many seats does London Palladium have?
London Palladium has 2325 seats.

What were the longest running shows at London Palladium?
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang which ran from 4/16/2002 to 9/5/2005, School of Rock which ran from 11/14/2016 to 3/1/2020, Oliver! which ran from 12/8/1994 to 2/23/1998, The Sound of Music which ran from 11/14/2006 to 2/21/2009 and Singin' in the Rain which ran from 6/30/1983 to 9/28/1985,

What show is currently in London Palladium?
London Palladium's current show is Disney's Beauty and the Beast which opened on 6/24/2022.