The New London Theatre is, as its name suggests, one of the most modern theatres in the West End. It was built in 1972, on the site of taverns and music halls dating back to the 17th century. It has staged many musicals including the first transfer of Grease in 1975, starring Elaine Paige and a new talent called Richard Gere. It also put on the premiere of Cats, which ran from 1981 until 2002 and was the theatre’s biggest hit.
The venue has a licensed bar and seats about 950. It has a versatile layout which can take productions in the traditional proscenium arch style, or be transformed to theatre-in-the-round.
Disabled access is via the stage door on Parker Mews. A lift will take you to the Stalls, where there are 2 spaces for wheelchair users. There is an adapted toilet en route. The auditorium is fitted with an infra-red sound amplification system for the hard of hearing with 6 headsets and 2 neckloops.
The nearest tube stations are Holborn and Covent Garden (300m). There is a blue badge parking space outside the theatre. The nearest car park is the NCP in Parker Mews.
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