The Savoy Theatre London is located on the West End, and is well known for its many stage productions. Since 1881, the Savoy has presented some of the world’s most popular theatre performances, including the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas, Shakespeare plays, and hit musicals. Owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group, the Savoy Theatre London is a three-level building that seats 1,158 patrons. The theatre features one major production at a time.
–The Savoy Theatre London is accessible through the Charing Cross rail station, the Charing Cross and Embankment tube stations, and a large number of bus routes. Those who drive can park their cars at the MasterPark in Trafalgar Square or use valet parking at the Adelphi Garage.
—Presently, the Savoy Theatre London is showing the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel. Performance times are 7:30 PM Monday through Saturday, with a 2:30 PM matinee show on Thursday and Saturday. Tickets range from £30.50 to £67. Children under age four are not permitted to enter the theatre.
–The Savoy Theatre London offers seating on three levels: the Upper Circle, the Dress Circle, and the Stalls. The Stalls are on the bottom level, nearest to the stage. Disabled persons have access to a separate wheelchair entrance and adapted toilet facilities, as well as a discounted ticket price.
–The musical Legally Blonde will begin playing at the Savoy Theatre London on 5th December 2009. Tickets for Carousel and Legally Blonde can be purchased online, by phone, or at the box office.
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