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Victoria Palace, London

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Getting into the Venue
The Victoria Palace main entrance is situated on Victoria Street. There is one 3cm step up through double swing doors from street to foyer. A drop-off point is located on Victoria Street. An alternative step-free entrance is to the left of the theatre on Allington Street, which leads directly to the rear of the Stalls auditorium.

All sections of the theatre must be reached by stairs, all of which are highlighted with handrails.

Customer Assistance
Staff are on hand to assist with navigation throughout the theatre and must be notified if customers wish to use the alternative entrance. Staff carry RADAR keys to access the adapted facilities.

Transfers are available to any aisle seat in the Stalls and wheelchair users must bring a companion. Staff are able to store up to 4 wheelchairs per performance. At-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.

How to Book
For those who request special assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theatre of any special requirements. Wheelchair users and their companions are eligible for significant ticket discounts.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 020 7834 1170 or email:

Good Value Seats

Due to the rake of the stage, some restricted view seats in the Stalls offer great value for money. You may miss out on the actors feet, but you will not get so close for so little anywhere else in the West End!

Premium Seats

Premium seats are towards the centre of the Stalls. In our opinion these are better than those in the Dress Circle. Mid stalls seats offer a generally better view of the stage.


The Victoria Palace is built on the site of one of London's first music halls and is a vast, classical building. Opposite Victoria Station, the theatre has a large capacity and has been plagued with a string of musical flops until the 2005 hit Billy Elliot which continues to run at the venue.

Built in a traditional style across three levels, the auditorium can feel a little overwhelming due to the relatively small size of the stage. Each level is quite well-raked and curves around each balcony, giving different levels of visibility throughout. Prices vary accordingly and it is worth knowing how much you wish to spend against how close you wish to be.

Location and Map

Victoria Street Street, , SW1E 5EA

Past Shows

  • Billy Elliot

    - Closed 07/04/16