About Wyndham's Theatre
Designed by veteran theatre architect W. G. R. Sprague, Wyndham’s Theatre was built as a pair with the Noel Coward Theatre opposite. It opened in 1899 and holds just over 760 people spread over four levels: the stalls, royal circle, grand circle and balcony. The theatre has undergone redevelopment work in recent years to give clearer views to the stage from the auditorium. Located just off Leicester Square, the venue is right in the middle of London’s West End and offers excellent transport links, along with a whole host of entertainment opportunities.
Audience Latest Reviews
A must see!
It was absolutely amazing! (and I'm quite a critic when it comes to plays etc) I'm quite interested in scenery, props, special effects etc and I was really impressed with how they managed to portray the different parts, eg projecting the sea upon the stage, the puppetry. Very original and mesmerising. I'd actually like to see it again! One of the best plays I've ever seen and I go to the theatre a lot! michelle, 16 Jan 2022
Spectacular. An absolute must see!
Excellent acting and very creative use of the stage and lighting. Will certainly be recommending this show to our friends and family. Gemma, 16 Jan 2022
Did I find that sound/volume should be a bit higher Parvinder, 14 Jan 2022
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