Duke of York's Theatre in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... routes. The theatre is quite small but the facade is very grand and well lit. There is a lot of promotional poster space and billboards. There is one central door which is kept open near to the time of the performance. This leads into a small foyer. To the right there is a booth selling refreshments and sweets. They only had water and a few bags of chocolates though, when I attended. They also sell programmes here. The foyer gets very crowded and is not a place where you can stand around and wait for friends. I recommend either arriving close to the performance time or waiting outside if you need to, as there is barely room to stand ins... more
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by - written on 23/01/09, updated on 24/01/09 (Very useful, 675 readings)
Address: Duke of York's Theatre St Martins Lane London WC2N 4BG I recently attended a concert performance at this theatre. It is located at St. Martin's Lane in the heart of the capital London, England close to Leicester Square. The theatre is one of several in the area which is part of the Ambassador Theatre Group venues. The area is very busy as it is the hub of entertainment in the city. Theatres, cinemas, gift shops, cafes, restaurants and hotels line the streets around the area and there is always some exciting event ongoing in the area. The theatre itself is located on the narrow St Martin's Lane. The nearest tube ... Read the complete review
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