Dominion Theatre


Dominion Theatre, London.

Photo: Peter Brown 2015


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Management


General manager: David Pearson

Theatres


Dominion Theatre - seats 2163

Telephone




Box office: 0845 2007 982

Email


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Location


Address:
268-269 Tottenham Court Road
London W1T 7AQ

Council: Camden

Region: London

Location map for Dominion Theatre

Transport


Tube:
Tottenham Court Road (Northern, Central)

Train:
Charing Cross
Euston

Buses:

Stop:

Tottenham Court Road station


Day no:
7, 10, 25, 73, 390


Night no:
N7, N8, N73, N98

About Dominion Theatre


The Dominion was originally constructed in 1928 and converted to cinema use in 1930, designed by W and TR Milburn with a steel-framed construction and a concave Portland stone facade. The theatre was built on the location of the former Horse Shoe Brewery, which was the site of the 1814 London Beer Flood.

The Dominion's main auditorium is an impressive 2,069 seater split over two levels - stalls & circle, following the closure many decades ago of the former upper circle.

Access information



Wheelchair access

The theatre foyer is fully accessible to wheelchairs.

Visual assistance

Guide dogs are most welcome everywhere in the theatre.

Hearing assistance

An infra-red hearing system is installed in the auditorium allowing the show to be accessible for the hearing impaired.

Current shows


Bat Out of Hell The Musical

This exhilarating tale of star-crossed lovers "changed the way musicals are staged forever" (North West End) with its boundary pushing spectacle, thrilling performances and reimagining of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf's greatest hits.

Previews from: Monday 2 April 2018
Closes: ... no close date announced

Upcoming shows


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