Nearest Underground/Tube Station:
Covent Garden and Charing Cross
Nearest British Rail station:
Access/ How to Get There
The Lyceum Theatre’s location on Wellington Street in London brings it in close proximity to the host of other venues that make up the capital’s West End theatre scene. Wellington Street leads south to the intersection with the Strand, Waterloo Bridge and Aldwych Road, bringing it close to the likes of the Duchess Theatre, the Novello Theatre, the Aldwych Theatre and the Fortune Theatre, plus various others.
Covent Garden is the nearest tube station for those arriving via the London Underground, though there are many others in the vicinity, including Charing Cross, Leicester Square and Embankment. Charing Cross is also the closest Train Station for those arriving via the railway.
Meanwhile, for those arriving by car or bus, the theatre is served by a number of routes, in addition to numerous car parks. Those who visit the Transport for London website may also find details of the Theatreland Parking Scheme, providing discounts for theatre visitors.
In regards to disabled access, the venue is equipped with a signposted entrance to the side of the theatre (the left as you look at it) and within the auditorium there are spaces for those in wheelchairs to be positioned so as to enjoy the show. There are also disabled toilets within the theatre. However, visitors must bring with them a non-disabled companion.
For those hard-of-hearing visitors there is an available infra-red loop system available to those that ask upon arrival (with a deposit required). For blind visitors, blind dogs are permitted to the venue and braile cast lists available (in addition to large print programmes).
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