Apollo Theatre, London
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- seating plan
- location: map and directions
- theatre history
- upcoming, current and past shows!
Upcoming shows at the Apollo Theatre:
Michael Crawford plays Leo Colston, a man who can no longer hide from the memories of his past. Memories of the gloriously hot summer of 1900 and of his days spent in Norfolk come flooding back.
The Go-Between tickets
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Current shows at the Apollo Theatre:
"They've disgraced our trade. Ruined our art. They've put a woman on the stage."
It is 1660. The Puritans have run away with their drab grey tails between their legs. Charles II has exploded onto the scene with a love of all things loud, French and sexy. And at Drury Lane, a young Nell Gwynn is selling oranges for sixpence. Little does she know who's watching.
Nell Gwynn tickets
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The Grade 2 listed splendour of the Apollo theatre is hard to beat, a popular venue since it first opened its doors in 1901 on London’s splendid Shaftesbury Avenue. The Apollo has a stellar reputation for inspirational theatreland entertainment, in line with its namesake the Greek God of the Arts, Apollo. This is a relatively intimate venue with 755 seats split across four levels. There’s a smart, cosy Stalls bar across two levels and a smaller Upper Circle bar too. Owned by Nimax theatres since 2005, it has hosted smash hit shows like Summer and Smoke and The Glass Menagerie as well as the extremely popular Rain Man and Three Days of Rain. Recently showcasing the wonderful actor David Suchet in Long Day’s Journey into Night, it’s a great place to experience the finest Shakespeare plays with a portfolio that includes Twelfth Night and Richard III. You’ll find an excellent selection of Apollo theatre tickets here on site, to suit every pocket.