A grade II listed theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, the Apollo Theatre first opened in 1901 with American musical comedy: The Belle of Bohemia. Since then, this famous London West End stage has a seen a number of iconic productions from R.C Sheriff’s Journeys End to Richard III and Twelfth Night with Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry. For the chance to experience a show at this popular West End venue, book your tickets to enjoy the fun-loving inspirational show ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’.
Access description: 8cm step into the foyer through swing double doors. Box Office counter on the left. 22 steps down from the foyer to Stalls, 12 up to the Dress Circle, with 2 steps between rows in the auditorium. 35 steps up to the Upper Circle and 75 to the Balcony. Handrails on both sides of the staircases. Stairlift to stalls accesses through double doors to the left of the upper circle entrance on Shaftesbury Avenue. Stairlift or 12 steps down to the stalls. Theatre open 30min before the start of the performance. Sound Amplification: Sennheiser infra-red system with a limited number of headsets available. Avoid front 3 rows of Stalls. Deposit required. Guide Dogs: Guide dogs allowed into the auditorium and staff are also available to dog sit. Dogs will be looked after in the Stalls bar or in the manager’s office. Maximum 2 dogs at a time. Disabled Access: On arrival please report to the Main Entrance. A member of staff will then accompany you to the wheelchair access entrance on Shaftesbury Avenue where there is a platform lift to the Stalls level of the Auditorium. 2 spaces for wheelchair users in seats F1 and G1 in the Stalls. Wheelchair transferees can be accommodated in Stalls. Recommended seats are E1, H1 and J1 but other seats are available. Wheelchairs are stored near auditorium right Stalls level. The venue is not suitable for scooters. The auditorium is carpeted with steep raking. Toilets: Adapted toilet to the rear of the Stalls level.