Located on London’s Charing Cross Road, the Phoenix theatre opened in 1930 and seats just under 1000 people over three levels: the stalls, dress circle and upper circle. The theatre was built it an ornate Art Deco style, much like the Apollo Victoria, and the stunning interior is often considered to be one of London’s finest. Designed by director and designer Theodore Komisarjevsky in an Italianate style, golden wall engravings and plush, red carpets make the venue dramatic and striking.
Like most theatres built during the '30s, there are no pillars to obstruct your stage views. Situated in the heart of the West End, there's a host of great bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels to make your visit that little bit more exciting.(Read more)