Palace Theatre building corner detail.

Palace Theatre building corner detail.

27.01.2012
In front of the Palace Theatre in London W1.

In front of the Palace Theatre in London W1.

27.01.2012
Singin' in The Rain at Palace Theatre in January 2012.

Singin' in The Rain at Palace Theatre in January 2012.

27.01.2012
The Commitments signage above the entrance in February 2014

The Commitments signage above the entrance in February 2014

2.2.2014
Palace Theatre entrance on Charing Cross Road

Palace Theatre entrance on Charing Cross Road

2.2.2014
The Commitments at Palace Theatre in February 2014

The Commitments at Palace Theatre in February 2014

2.2.2014

Palace Theatre

Address:
109-113 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
1889
Venues:
1
Viewed:
1635

Description of Palace Theatre

Palace Theatre building on Shaftesbury Avenue, fronting Charing Cross Road in Cambridge Circus, London WC2.

Originally built as the Royal English Opera House by G. H. Holloway and T. E. Colcutt in 1889. The building had electric lightning and hot/cold ventilation.

1892 - The building was sold and renamed the Palace.

References:
1. Victorian Architecture by Roger Dixon and Stephan Muthesius; Thames and Hudson 1978; pp.92.

Connected Companies

Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Leicester Square Underground Station
Northern, Piccadilly
Cambridge Circus - 1 min. walking / 48 metres
14, 176, 19, 24, 29, 38, N19, N20, N279, N29, N38, N41, N5

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