About Adelphi Theatre
Having celebrated its bicentenary in 2006 the current Adelphi Theatre is actually the fourth venue on this site in the Strand, and in the 200 years since the first building opened on 27 November 1806 it has operated under no fewer than seven different names. The first theatre was called the The Sans Pareil, changing to the Adelphi in 1819 and the Theatre Royal, Adelphi, in 1829. A second theatre built in 1858 took the name Theatre Royal, New Adelphi, which in turn became The Royal Adelphi Theatre from 1867 onwards. In 1901 the third building, reconstructed to provide a new frontage on the Strand, opened as The Century Theatre but within a year it reverted to the Royal Adelphi. The current building is the fourth and opened in December 1930 with the same name. The Royal epithet was dropped in 1940 and the Theatre has just been The Adelphi ever since.
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Transportation & Parking
The nearest car parks are in Chinatown and Trafalgar Square. If you are planning to drive into the city we recommend that you take advantage of Q-Park’s Theatreland Parking Scheme – simply have your car park ticket validated at Adelphi Theatre and the 50% discount will automatically be applied when you pay at the car park pay machine. Find out more on the Q-Park website. Alternatively, there is an NCP underground car park in Parker Street. The £11.50 daily congestion charge for central London applies from 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays. TRAVEL BY BUS 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, 176