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The Lyric Theatre is designed by the architect C. J. Phipps, it was built by the producer Henry Leslie with profits from the Alfred Cellier and B. C. Stephenson hit, Dorothy, which he transferred from the Prince of Wales Theatre to open his new venue in 1888. The theatre was Grade II listed by English Heritage in 1960. The Lyric Theatre is owned and operated by Nimax Theatres.
Assistance dogs are welcome. Theatre recommends purchasing a seat on the end of a row. Can also provide a dog sitting service for 2 dogs at a time; advance booking is recommended.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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There is a fully adapted unisex toilet in the Dress Circle. Wheelchair user access is located in the Dress Circle Boxes, which are at street level. On arrival ask staff to accompany you to the wheelchair access entrance on Shaftesbury Avenue. Wheelchair spaces are in boxes C, D and E. Boxes can accommodate up to 3 persons.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome.
There are currently no hearing assistance facilities in this venue.
SIX, 'the most uplifting piece of new British musical theatre,' (The Evening Standard) is holding court at London's Lyric Theatre for a strictly limited season, prepare to Lose Ur Head.
Previews from: Friday 21 May 2021
Closes: Sunday 29 August 2021
Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical
Lively up yourself and celebrate the story of Jamaica's global superstar, as the electrifying new production, Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical, bursts into life at the Lyric Theatre, London.
Previews from: Friday 1 October 2021
Closes: ... no close date announced