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Palace Theatre in London

Palace Theatre in London

The Palace Theatre in London is currently showing Priscilla Queen of the Desert musical, the ultimate feel-good theatrical experience. The imposing London Palace Theatre building, which dominates the west side of Cambridge Circus, was designed by Thomas Collcutt.

The very last years of the twentieth century saw two exclusive theatre productions at The Palace: Jesus Christ Superstar and Les Misérables. In 2004, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White received its world premiere on 15th September 2004 and successfully ran for 19 months to 25th February 2006. The show featured Michael Crawford and Maria Friedman initially with succeeding casts together with David Burt, Simon Callow, Michael Ball, Ruthie Henshall and Anthony Andrews.

Based on the successful movie, Priscilla is an escapade of three associates who hop aboard a tattered old bus looking for friendship and love and wind up having more than they could ever have dreamt of.

For more information on the Palace Theatre shows in London, please phone 020 7494 5555

Visiting London Palace Theatre:

Address: Cambridge Circus, Shaftesbury Avenue, Westminster, London, W1A 4AF

Telephone: 0870 895 5579

Nearest Underground Stations:
Leicester Square Tube (3 minutes)
Covent Garden Tube (5 minutes)

For more information on the Palace Theatre shows in London visit :

What's on at Palace Theatre:
The Commitments at the Palace Theatre
The Commitments at the Palace Theatre
First it was a best-selling novel, then an international smash-hit movie that spawned a chart-topping band. Now Roddy Doyle's classic story of a motley bunch of Irish kids who find salvation through soul music comes to the stage for the very first time. More than two years in the making, this spanking new ...
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Plan a nice evening with friends and family with a theatre show at the London Palace theatre!