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Access/ How to Get There
The Victoria Palace Theatre finds itself on Victoria Street in London, in close proximity to London attractions such as Buckingham Palace and amenities like the Victoria Place Shopping Centre. It is also near various other London theatres like the Apollo Victoria Theatre (where “Wicked” has been running since 2006) and, some distance to the South West, the Royal Court Theatre.
For those travelling to the venue via the London Underground, the nearest tube station is found at Victoria Station and this is also true for those who are utilising the railway and arriving by train. The station itself is located just across the road from the Victoria Palace Theatre, near the end of Victoria Street where it turns onto Buckingham Palace Road.
There are of course transport links for those arriving by the road as well, with the Victoria Bus Station in close proximity, in addition to bus stops that serve a number of routes. For those arriving by car, the Theatreland Parking Scheme could provide discounts (audience members wishing to look into this can find information on the Transport for London website).
In terms of disabled access, the Victoria Palace Theatre offers a disabled toilet near the entrance on Allington Street (a RADAR key is required, though visitors can ask a member of staff for assistance if they do not have one). There are also a limited number of spaces for wheelchair users within the auditorium (6 wheelchair users permitted; two spaces and four that will require transfers to seats).
For those hard-of-hearing, there are infrared systems for those requiring them and visitors should book them in advance if they feel that they will be needed upon their arrival. Likewise, guide dogs are allowed access to the venue for blind visitors.
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