Leicester Square Theatre is an old fashioned venue previously known as Notre Dame Hall, Cavern in the Town, or simply The Venue. It’s located near Leicester Square, in the City of Westminster, and it’s one of must visit theaters in London. The new venue was built in 1953; the previous building at the spot was destructed during WWII. With a seating capacity of 400 seats and 70 more seats in the basement lounge, it hosts many different events like stand-up comedy, cabaret, music, plays and even comedies.
You can choose practically any public transport means to get to Leicester Square Theatre. For example:
By train and tube: Leicester Square Theatre is located nearby Leicester Square Tube Station. If you cross the road, you will see the venue immediately right in front of you.
If you wish to go by train, the nearest train station is Charing Cross; you need to walk for a couple of minutes to reach the Theatre.
By car: there are several car routes to the venue. Please follow map directions from your destination point.
International: if you wish to go to Leicester Square Theatre directly from the airport, you can go from Heathrow or Gatwick. From Heathrow Terminal 2-3, take a tube to Leicester Square Station and walk around 3 minutes.
From Gatwick, take a train to Victoria Station, and then catch the bus number 38. Get off at Gerrard Place Chinatown, walk around 3 minutes.
There’s no dedicated parking place for Leicester Square Theatre visitors. Nearest parking lot is located on Leicester Square, 4 minutes away from the destination. Another parking is in China Town, which is only 2 minutes away.
Access for people with special needs
Leicester Square Theatre has no wheelchair access at the time being due to lifts renovations. Guide dogs and hearing dogs are permitted to enter in the auditorium. They can either stay with the visitor or a care stuff member. Please, mention if you are going to need care for your dog when booking a ticket. There’s no WC available for people on wheelchairs.