About Savoy Theatre
Located on the Strand and in the heart of London's West End, The Savoy was originally home to some of Gilbert & Sullivan's famous comic operas. As the first public building in the world to use electricity, it has always been at the forefront of the city's vibrant theatre and music scenes and has become one of the most renowned theatres in the world.
It has hosted the premières of Oscar Wilde's Salome, Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit and Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado, and in recent years has continued to expand its repertoire to opera, Shakespeare and newer musicals. The theatre has a capacity of 1,158 and enjoys a busy and successful schedule.
- Attraction is only partially wheelchair accessible
- Wheelchair hire is not available.
- Scooter hire is not available
- Walking frame hire not available
- There is a drop-off point by the entrance
- All toilets are accessible
- Assistance dogs are welcome
- There are not described guides
- There are not descriptive tours
- There is not subtitled media
- Induction loops are used throughout
- Staff are not trained in British Sign Language
- Large print material is not available
- There is not Braille material
- There are concessionary prices