Theatre Royal Haymarket

Now showing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket

The Band

The Band

Take That are proud to present their new musical with a beautiful story written by the Olivier Award winning writer Tim Firth, The Band which is for anyone who grew up with a boyband.

Booking from: Monday, 3rd December 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 12th January 2019
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Heathers The Musical

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Cheap Heathers The Musical Tickets

Was: £25.00 Now: £25.00

Valid Mon-Thu until 16 Nov 2018. Book by 30 Sep.. Excludes 22-25 Oct..

Heathers The Musical

Greetings, salutations. Welcome to Westerberg High, where Veronica Sawyer is just another of the nobodies dreaming of a better day. But when she’s unexpectedly taken under the wings of the three beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers, her dreams of popularity finally start to come true. Until JD turns up, the mysterious teen rebel who teaches her that it might kill to be a nobody, but it’s murder being a somebody…

Booking from: Thursday, 20th September 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 24th November 2018
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Theatre Royal Haymarket Seating Plan

Theatre Royal Haymarket

Theatre Royal Haymarket on the Map

How to get there: (5mins) Go along Coventry Street and then take Haymarket on the right where the theatre will be approx. 200 metres along.

8 Haymarket

Buses: 14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 40, 176

Nearest Underground: Piccadilly Circus

There has been a theatre in this part of the Haymarket since 1720, the first one being called The Little Theatre In the Haymarket. The theatre was granted a Royal patent in 1766. The present theatre, which was designed by John Nash and opened in 1821, was so designed so that the front Corinthian portico could be seen from St James Square. The auditorium was rebuilt twice, firstly in 1979 (reopening on 31 January 1880) when works included the enclosure of the stage in the first complete picture frame proscenium. More controversial was the abolition of the pit by the introduction of stalls seating which caused a small riot. The interior was again completely reconstructed 15 years later (reopening 2 January 1905) and it is the 1905 one that can be seen today. More alterations were made from 1939 to 1941 which included the construction of the large bar area under the stalls seating area. In 1994 some £1.3 million was spent in a major refurbishment of the theatre.

During the 1730's Henry Fielding produced a number of satires attacking both political parties and the Royal Family which so incensed the government of the day that censorship of plays by the Lord Chamberlain was introduced in 1737, the act was not repealed until September 1968.

It was at this theatre that Lily Langtry made her debut in 1881. Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband" and "A Woman Of No Importance" both premiered here. The theatre has a reputation for presenting good serious plays, and the list of actors and actresses who have appeared here over the years, reads like a who's who of the British acting establishment.