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Noel Coward Theatre

Noel Coward Theatre
85-88 St Martin's Lane
London
London
WC2N 4AU

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(2mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head right until you reach the theatre.

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Address:
Noel Coward Theatre
St Martin's Lane
London
WC2N 4AA

Nearest Underground/Tube Station:
Leicester Square, Convent Garden or Charing Cross

Nearest British Rail station:
Charing Cross

Access/ How to Get There
The Noel Coward Theatre is located on St Martin’s Lane in London and as a result it is in close proximity to another of Charles Wyndham’s Theatres (the Wyndham’s Theatre) and venues such as the Duke of York’s Theatre, the Garrick Theatre and The London Coliseum. On the nearby Strand the Adelphi and Vaudeville Theatres are also in close proximity. As it is in a central London location, the Noel Coward Theatre is also found near the usual amenities.

For those arriving by London Underground, the nearest tube station takes the form of Leicester Square, though Covent Garden and Charing Cross are also relatively nearby. Meanwhile, for those arriving by train, the nearest railway station takes the form of Charing Cross.

For those arriving by road, the Noel Coward Theatre is served by a number of bus services in the area, allowing easy access for those using public transport. Meanwhile, nearby car parks include an NCP on Upper St Martin’s Lane and council-run car parks located at Trafalgar Square and at China Town.

In terms of disabled access, the Noel Coward Theatre contains two spaces for wheelchair users in the auditorium, in Box M. These are suitable for either two wheelchair users or one wheelchair user and a companion. Meanwhile, transfer seats can be found in the Royal Circle, with two wheel chairs/scooters at a time. There is no disabled toilet, though visitors may use the men’s toilet near the foyer if staff are informed (the nearby Duke of York’s also welcomes visitors needing to use its disabled toilet).

For those hard-of-hearing guests, there is an infra-red system in place with fifteen headsets available, which can be collected from the foyer’s centre desk. A deposit is required and they can be reserved in advance by phoning. Meanwhile, guide dogs for visually impaired visitors are allowed in the auditorium, or staff members can look after a maximum of two each performance (guests should notify staff in advance).