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London WC2H 9ND
Charing Cross (Bakerloo, Northern)
Charing Cross Rd
About Ambassadors Theatre
The theatre was, along with the adjacent St Martin's conceived by their architect, W. G. R. Sprague, as companions, born at the same time in 1913, but the First World War interrupted the construction of the latter for three years. The theatre was Grade II listed by English Heritage in March 1973.
The Ambassadors was built with the intention of being an intimate, smaller theatre and is situated opposite the renowned restaurant The Ivy, favourite haunt of the theatrical elite. It is one of the smallest of the West End theatres, seating a maximum of 195 people in the Dress Circle and 251 in the Stalls.
There is a small step into the foyer, where you will find the box office on the left. There are 26 steps down to the stalls auditorium and five up to the dress circle. All staircases have handrails and steps are highlighted.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
Click the image below to go there.
Due to spatial restriction within the theatre, they are only able to accommodate wheelchair transfers. Patrons need to be able to transfer to one of their seats which have armrests by theatre's staff.
There is no adapted toilet.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are permitted in the auditorium and staff can dog sit by prior arrangement.
Dogs will be looked after in the manager’s office.
Infra-red System with both loop and conventional headsets. Headsets must be booked in advance and a deposit is required.