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:
Christopher, fifteen years old, stands beside Mrs Shears’ dead dog. It has been speared with a garden fork, it is seven minutes after midnight and Christopher is under suspicion.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
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Current shows at the Apollo Theatre:
Written by William Shakespeare in around 1591, Richard 111 depicts the Machiavellian rise of a man of ambition, dogged by physical disabilities but determined to take power and win the throne from his popular, good looking brother against all the odds. A story of ambition, greed, cruelty and power, it has been thrilling audiences since it was first written.
Richard III 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.