Prince Edward Theatre
About Prince Edward Theatre
In 1929 the Emporium draper's shop was demolished and work began on a new theatre, designed by Edward Stone and built by Griggs and Son, with an art deco auditorium by Marc Henri and Laverdet decorated in warm shades of fuchsia and gold. The Prince Edward Theatre opened on 3 April 1930 with Rio Rita, a musical comedy by Harry Tierney. In the years since, the theatre has been home to a number of successful long- running musicals including Crazy For You, Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins and Jersey Boys.
Old Compton Street
London, W1D 4HSView on Google Maps
Transportation & Parking
If you're driving into the West End to see the show, take advantage of the Q-Park Theatreland Parking Scheme saving you 50% off car parking for up to 24 hours. To qualify, present your Q-Park car park ticket for validation at our box office. Please note the discount does not apply to the pre-booking service, for full terms and conditions, participating car parks and locations visit the Q-Park website. There is also parking available at Meters at Soho Square (approx 200m) and NCP at Brewer Street Bus Routes: 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453
CentralTottenham Court Road
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