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  • seating plan
  • location: map and directions
  • theatre history
  • upcoming, current and past shows!

Upcoming shows at the London Palladium Theatre:

Dick Whittington - London Palladium

Dick Whittington - London Palladium An enchanting new production of Dick Whittington will open on Saturday 9 December 2017, produced by Qdos Entertainment, the world’s biggest pantomime producer, and the team behind Cinderella.  

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Upcoming shows at the London Palladium Theatre:

Nathan Carter

Nathan Carter Nathan Carter is one of the biggest names on the Irish music scene and is fast becoming a big name all over the UK with his fine performances that include the mega hit song ‘Wagon Wheel’. 

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Upcoming shows at the London Palladium Theatre:

Paul Carrack

Paul Carrack Legendary Sheffield-born singer, songwriter and former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics returns to the road following his widely acclaimed recent album release Rain or Shine, a mix of new original songs and classic tracks. With a back catalogue of hits to his name including How Long, Tempted and The Living Years, Paul's marvelously soulful voice is known to millions around the world. 

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The ultimate in grand architecture with its fine rooftop statue and glittering gilding, the London Palladium theatre on Argyll Street in funky Soho is probably one of the best known theatrical venues in Britain. Built by Walter Gibbons in 1910, it was named The Palladium until 1934 when the ‘London’ prefix was added. In the early days it performed a key role as a circus, ice rink and cinema, but the ‘50s and ‘60s saw the venue shoot to fame as a series of musical variety were held there and televised to thrill the nation. In the year 2000 Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group took over and hosted some of the most popular musicals to grace theatreland, including The King and I, The Sound of Music and Sister Act the Musical. The venue was home to The Wizard of Oz, the smash hit based on the book, which ran from March 2011 to September 2012. Buy your London Palladium tickets here and enjoy everything this legendary theatre venue offers… enjoy the show!