Piccadilly Theatre, Denman Street, London, London, W1D 7DY
Approx. capacity: 1232
At its grand opening in April 1928, the Piccadilly Theatre was one of the largest theatres to be built in London, as its souvenir brochure claimed, "If all the bricks used in the building were laid in a straight line, they would stretch from London to Paris". The opening production starred one of the most acclaimed actresses of the period, Miss Evelyn Laye. In its early days, the Piccadilly operated as a cinema and made entertainment history when it premiered the very first talking picture to be shown in Britain, The Singing Fool with Al Jolson. He also opened the Jazz Singer in 1928 and appeared afterwards on-stage to sing Mammie. The Piccadilly has presented most forms of stage entertainment from Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? (with its original Broadway cast) to A Night with Dame Edna. There have been a variety of Royal Shakespeare Company productions including Edward II starring Ian McKellen, and Henry Fonda also made his West End debut in the solo play, Clarence Darrow and Y. The 1990s witnessed an expansion in musicals, ballet and dance, notably the most successful commercial ballet season ever to play in the West End, with Adventures in Motion Pictures' Swan Lake. The Piccadilly has been home to a season of plays directed by Sir Peter Hall, starring famous names such as Judi Dench, Michael Pennington, Julia MacKenzie and Eric Sykes. It has also hosted the smash-hit musical Spend Spend Spend starring the Olivier award-winning actress, Barbara Dickson, the sell-out run of Shockheaded Peter, Noises Off starring Lynn Redgrave, Ragtime,the transfer of the National Theatre''s acclaimed production of Jumpers and most recently Jailhouse Rock.
The nearest tube station to the Piccadilly Theatre is Piccadilly Circus, which is the recommended way to arrive at the theatre given the high levels of traffic around the centre of London. The station is accessible on the Piccadilly line, although if you are coming from elsewhere in the city and would like to avoid changing lines you can also walk to the theatre from either Leicester Square or Charing Cross stations, accessible from the Northern and Bakerloo lines.
Charing Cross is a mainline train station with connections to other parts of the country and a short walk away from the theatre.
It is advised to travel to the theatre on public transport but if you have to drive then please see the parking info below.
You can get numbers 24, 29 and 176.
If you prefer to drive to the theatre the nearest car park is on Denman Street, with a tariff of £1.80 per 15 minutes and a maximum charge of £32.00. There is also a car park on Brewer Street where you can pay £26.00 for 4 hours of parking, or alternatively there are meters on Archer Street and Brewer Street that charge £4.40 per hour, although these can get busy on evenings and weekends in particular.
Wheelchairs enter via the side entrance in Sherwood Street into a box (entrance is 65cm wide) which has space for 2 wheelchair users and their companions. 2 more wheelchairs can be accommodated in row A of the Royal Circle. Please contact the venue for more information and to book.
There are loops in the box office and infra-red available in the auditorium.
There are 3 guide dogs are allowed at each performance but not permitted inside the auditorium. The venue staff can look after them.
General Access Info
For all disabled information and bookings please call 0844 871 7627.
Doors Open: 7:00PM
More information about Jersey Boys tickets
Please Note: A £1 restoration levy (collected on behalf of the theatre) appears as part of the face value.
From 14 March 2014 a £1.50 restoration levy (collected on behalf of the theatre) appears as part of the face value.
A £2.75 transaction fee applies (this will be added to your order on the payment page)
Prince Edward Theatre until 9 March 2014
Piccadilly Theatre from 15 March - 25 October 2014
Running Time 2 hours & 30 minutes (including one interval)
Age Limit May be inappropriate for 12 and under - Please be aware Jersey Boys contains genuine New Jersey language which may not be suitable for younger audiences - parental guidance advised.
Audio described: Tuesday 6 May 2014
Signed performance: Wednesday 14 May 2014
Captioned performance: Tuesday 17 June 2014
JERSEY BOYS, tells the remarkable rise to stardom of one of the most successful bands in pop music history, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
This sensational smash-hit musical is now the winner of 21 major awards worldwide. With spectacular performances of all their hits, discover the incredible sound of a band whose songs defined the musical identity of a nation.
Discover the legendary story of a group of working class boys from the wrong side of the tracks who became one of the biggest pop music phenomena of all time - Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Follow the rags-to-rock-to-riches tale of four blue collar kids working their way from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom.
Featuring all the classic hits:
SHERRY, BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY, CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU, BYE BYE BABY (BABY, GOODBYE), WORKING MY BACK TO YOU, WALK LIKE A MAN, DECEMBER 1963 (OH WHAT A NIGHT) and more.
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