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Duchess Theatre Seating plan

Duchess Theatre seating plan
Getting the best seats at Duchess Theatre

We recommend to try our interactive seating plan, where you can choose a particular seat and get more information about restricted views, etc.

Getting to the Duchess Theatre

Public transport is recommended. The nearest tube stations are Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line), Holborn (Central/ Piccadilly Lines) Charing Cross (Northern/Bakerloo Lines) and Temple (Circle and District Lines). If arriving by train the nearest rail station is Charing Cross Railway Station. However, City Thameslink Station and Blackfriars Railway Station are also nearby. The theatre is well serviced by multiple bus stops and lines including the 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 59, 68 76, 87, 91, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, and 188 from Lancaster Place (Stop T) and Aldwych Somerset House (Stop R). If driving to the theatre the nearest carparks are located in Bloomsbury Square and Lincoln’ Inn Field. There is also an NCP underground car park in Parker Street.

Visiting Duchess Theatre

The Duchess Theatre is a theatre in London's West End. The theatre opened on 25th November, 1929 and is one of the smallest ''proscenium arched'' West End theatres. It has 479 seats on two levels.

Notable productions at The Duchess Theatre include Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, which transferred from the Piccadilly Theatre to the St. James Theatre before moving to the Duchess Theatre where it completed a record run of 1,997 performances in 1942. Tom Eyen's The Dirtiest Show in Town, which ran for just under 800 performances in the 1970s. Oh! Calcutta! transferred to The Duchess Theatre from the Royalty Theatre in December 1974, and remained there until 1980.

The Players Theatre Company presented their Late Joys Victorian Music Hall programme between 1987 and 1990 Marc Camoletti's Don't Dress For Dinner, which transferred to the Duchess from the Apollo Theatre in October 1992 and stayed until 1st March, 1997.

The Royal Shakespeare Company's The Herbal Bed by Peter Whelan ran for six months from April to October 1997.

 

 

Next available performances

  • 21st October 2017 14:30 Today The Play That Goes Wrong
  • 21st October 2017 19:30 Today The Play That Goes Wrong
  • 22nd October 2017 15:00 Tomorrow The Play That Goes Wrong
  • 22nd October 2017 19:00 Tomorrow The Play That Goes Wrong
  • 24th October 2017 19:30 Tuesday The Play That Goes Wrong
The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre - Book Tickets » Sat 21 October 2017 14:30
3-5 Catherine Street London GB WC2B 5LA
24.0000
The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre - Book Tickets » Sat 21 October 2017 19:30
3-5 Catherine Street London GB WC2B 5LA
24.0000
The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre - Book Tickets » Sun 22 October 2017 15:00
3-5 Catherine Street London GB WC2B 5LA
24.0000