London Palladium

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Barry Humphries Weimar Cabaret

Barry Humphries Weimar Cabaret

Step inside the iconic London Palladium to be enthralled and entertained by your all-time favourite big-screen comedy stars from yesteryear, accompanied by a live orchestra.
A trio of silent comedies from comedy giants Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and Laurel & Hardy, will be presented by multi-award winning, critically acclaimed performer, writer and silent comedy aficionado, Barry Humphries.

Experience the thrill of Buster Keaton’s most famous – and most dangerous – stunt, the house fall, in the outstanding comedy masterpiece STEAMBOAT BILL JR (1927). Presented on a vast HD screen, the movie will be accompanied live by The Bristol Ensemble, who will perform the London premiere of a new score composed and conducted by maestro Carl Davis.


Booking from: Sunday, 28th April 2019
Booking until: Sunday, 28th April 2019
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100 Hearts

100 Hearts

Top comedians come together for one night only in support of Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity.

The glittering line-up of comedy favourites includes Rob Brydon, Dara Ó Briain, Harry Enfield, Angus Deayton, Greg Davies, Omid Djalili, Nina Conti, Rachel Parris, James Acaster, Jess Robinson, Sindhu Vee, Michael Fenton Stevens, Helen Atkinson Wood, Ahir Shah, Ken Cheng and more, performing in 100 Hearts, a Night of Comedy, at The London Palladium on Wed 13 February 2019.

The evening will be hosted by Clive Anderson.  Produced by composer and actor Philip Pope the show will give a rare chance to see the iconic Chris Difford (Squeeze) and the brilliant HeeBee GeeBees!

All proceeds raised will go towards the Charity’s two priority projects: The Transplant Appeal and the Cystic Fibrosis “Back in the Driving Seat” Appeal.  Join us for a unique evening of laughter in aid of a fantastic cause.

Booking from: Wednesday, 13th February 2019
Booking until: Wednesday, 13th February 2019
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Paul Carrack

Paul Carrack

Paul Carrack, one of the most revered voices in music and a figurehead of soulful pop for decades, will return to the delight his legions of admirers with the new album ‘These Days’ on 7 September. The most accomplished collection of songs in his distinguished career, it features 11 brand new compositions, six of them Carrack solos and five co-writes with his old Squeeze bandmate Chris Difford.

Booking from: Saturday, 2nd March 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 2nd March 2019
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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

A new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s multi-award winning musical is returning to The London Palladium in summer 2019 for a strictly limited run!

Released as a concept album in 1969, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has become one of the world's most iconic musicals, featuring songs that have gone on to become pop and musical theatre standards, including Any Dream Will Do and Go Go Go Joseph.

Booking from: Thursday, 27th June 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 7th September 2019
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London Palladium Seating Plan

London Palladium

London Palladium on the Map

How to get there: (2mins) Exit 8 from the tube goes out onto Argyll Street (opposite the large Topshop). The theatre is 100 metres down the road.

8 Argyll Street

Buses: 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 39, 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139, 159

Nearest Underground: Oxford Circus


In the 1880's the site of the present theatre was home to Hengler's Circus. The current theatre was built in 1910 and presented variety. It was originally named The Palladium before changing to the now familiar name The London Palladium in 1934.

The London Palladium became known to many millions in the mid-1950's with the weekly television variety show "Sunday Night at The London Palladium", a format that was revived some years later in the late 1980's with "Live From The Palladium". The theatre has also been used for concerts - perhaps the most famous one being the 1960's Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli concert which was televised on television.

In 1931 the London Palladium saw the emergence of a group of comedians who together formed what became to be known as the famous "Crazy Gang" who occupied the theatre from June 1931 through to Oct 1939.

From the 1980's in particular the London Palladium become associated with large scale musicals such as, "The King and I" with Yul Brynner and Virginia McKenna, Barnum with Michael Crawford, "Singin' in the Rain" with Tommy Steele, the short lived "Ziegfeld" with Topol, "La Cage Aux Follies" with George Hearn and Denis Quilley, the Opera North/Royal Shakespeare Company's production of "Show Boat", "Oliver!" with Jonathan Pryce and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" starring Michael Ball.