Experience London’s West End at the Victoria Palace Theatre, a Heritage-listed theatre in the heart of Westminster. The iconic theatre began as a small concert hall above the Royal Standard Hotel before it was rebuilt in 1911.
Featuring an Edwardian and Baroque facade, the theatre has hosted some of the most successful productions, including “Billy Elliot” and “Annie”. Currently, the theatre is playing Hamilton, a story of America’s founding father, Alexander Hamilton, who became the chief assistant of George Washington during the Revolutionary War.
Treat yourself to a pre-show meal at one of the many tempting restaurants, bars, and cafes around Victoria. If you’re after a unique dining experience, try a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine at UNI Restaurant. Alternatively, swing by Victoria’s modern Nova Quarter to fill up on pizza and pasta at Hai Cenato, a buzzing Italian restaurant.
Victoria Palace Theatre is opposite Victoria Station, which is connected to the London Underground via the Circle, District, and Victoria lines. Buses frequently stop outside the theatre and trains from Gatwick Airport, Brighton, Chatham and Dover also alight at Victoria Station.