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London's Phoenix theatre is one of the most distinguished theatres in London's West End.


Phoenix Theatre in London

Phoenix Theatre in London

Blood Brothers, a gripping musical that has touched the hearts and minds of a generation of theatre lovers in dealing with two of the most vital societal matters of our time - unemployment and inequality, is currently showing at Phoenix Theatre in London. Willy Russell's musical, which moved from the Albery in 1991, is the best running show ever at the London's Phoenix theatre and is definitely worth seeing.

The Phoenix Theatre in London, planned by Cecil Masey, Bertie Crewe and Giles Gilbert Scott started in 1930 with the opening of Noel Coward's Private Lives presenting Coward himself in the cast, alongside with Adrienne Allen, Gertrude Lawrence and a young Laurence Olivier.

This beautiful Phoenix theatre in London is one of the most popular London venues.

For more information on Phoenix Theatre shows in London, please phone 0870 060 6629

Visiting London Phoenix Theatre:

Address: 110 Charing Cross Road, Camden, London, WC2H 0JP

Telephone: 0870 060 6629

Nearest Underground Stations:
Tottenham Court Road Tube (4 minutes)
Leicester Square Tube (5 minutes)

For more information on the Phoenix Theatre in London visit :

What's on at Phoenix Theatre:
Once at Phoenix Theatre
Once at Phoenix Theatre
Based on the Academy Award-winning film, it tells the story of an Irish musician and a Czech immigrant drawn together by their shared love of music. Over the course of one fateful week, their unexpected friendship and collaboration evolves into a...
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Enjoy the stirring musical Blood Brothers at the Phoenix theatre in London, UK!