The Other Palace


The Other Palace

Photo by: Peter Brown


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Management


Artistic director: Paul Taylor Mills
Executive director: Marc Brown

Theatres


Main Theatre - seats 312
Studio - seats 120

Telephone




Box office: 0844 264 2121

Email


Box office: Send Mail

Location


Address:
12 Palace Street
London SW1E 5JA

Council: Westminster

Region: London

Location map for The Other Palace

Transport


Tube:
Victoria (Circle, District, Victoria)

Train:
Victoria

Buses:

Stop:

The Other Palace


Day no:
C2, 16, 38, 42, 52, 73, 82, 148


Night no:
N16, N38, N73

About the The Other Palace


Formerly (until 28 January 2017) the theatre was known as the St James Theatre.


It re-opens on Monday 13 February 2017 as The Other Palace.


Access information


General

Access is on street level and the seats will be located in row N of the auditorium.


A lift that can take you from street level down to the studio level.



You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


Click the image below to go there.


Access link for this theatre


Wheelchair access

Access is on street level and the seats will be located in row N of the auditorium.


A lift that can take you from street level down to the studio level.



Hearing assistance

A Sennheiser infrared hearing system in operation in the auditorium recommend sitting in rows A-L. 


Two types of hearing device: The first are headphones that amplify the sound, the second is a necklace loop that can work in conjunction with your hearing aid.


Not have a hearing system in place in the studio.


Current shows


Be More Chill


Just your atypical love story - a guy (he wants to fit in), a girl (she wants to be noticed), and the supercomputer inside the guy's head that tells him what to do (it wants to take over the world!).


Previews from: Wednesday 12 February 2020

Closes: Sunday 3 May 2020



Upcoming shows


Musicality - Songs from the West End


No Limits is an exciting new song-cycle by Sam Thomas that shatters the notion of falling behind in life - because there's really no such thing. It follows characters as they dare to believe in themselves and strive for a better tomorrow.


Previews from: ... no date announced

Closes: ... no close date announced



Matt Forde's Brexit Through the Gift Shop


Joyride is back! Harry and Chris are the nation's favourite comedy-rap-jazz duo, and after selling out three Edinburgh Fringe shows in a row, they're bringing their raucous, joyful, fun-filled monthly night to The Other Palace.


Previews from: ... no date announced

Closes: ... no close date announced



CASES


A new musical exploring the triumphs, heartbreaks and sacrifices involved in the pursuit of art where the commercial world collides with the underground and fame becomes a high price to pay.


Previews from: Tuesday 31 March 2020

Closes: Saturday 18 April 2020



No Limits: A Song Cycle


No Limits is an exciting new song-cycle by Sam Thomas that shatters the notion of falling behind in life - because there's really no such thing. It follows characters as they dare to believe in themselves and strive for a better tomorrow.


Previews from: Monday 20 April 2020

Closes: Sunday 26 April 2020



You And I: A New Musical


Follows the story of this aspiring musician as she learns to conquer fear, cope with loss and find her voice, all through her new friendship with a robot named Robert.


Previews from: Tuesday 2 June 2020

Closes: Saturday 20 June 2020



Greyson Matters


Full of heart and humour, this musical tells the story of Geneva, an ageing woman dealing with unemployment, homelessness, and dementia in Cleveland, Ohio.


Previews from: Wednesday 8 July 2020

Closes: Saturday 18 July 2020




Book tickets for ...


Buy tickets for To Kill a Mockingbird at the Gielgud Theatre