Victoria Palace Theatre
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London SW1E 5EA
Victoria Palace Theatre is owned and operated by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Assistance dogs are allowed in the auditorium, or staff can dog sit by prior arrangement.
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Adapted toilet just inside the Allington Street side entrance. Ask a member of staff to unlock it if you do not carry a RADAR key. Wheelchair access via second exit in Allington Street, which is to the left of the theatre; ask a member of staff to open the door. There are no steps from Allington Street to the back of the stalls. There are two spaces for wheelchairs within the stalls, P36 and M36 with seating for companions in the same row. You can transfer from a wheelchair to any aisle seat and up to four wheelchairs may be stored per performance.
Some performances are Audio Described.
Infrared system throughout the auditorium with both neck pendant and conventional type headsets. Headsets must be booked in advance and a deposit is required. On arrival, please speak to a member of staff to receive your headset. Occasionally performances are Captioned & Sign Interpreted.
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A musical about the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, with music, lyrics and book by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Previews from: Wednesday 6 December 2017
Closes: ... no close date announced
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