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The Palace Theatre is located within London’s City of Westminster. In the 1880s, the developer, Richard D’Oyly Carte, Gibert & Sullivan’s producer, intended the building to house England’s grand opera. However, Carte sold the opera house at a loss nearly a year after its construction. Still, the theatre’s grand design attracts iconic shows.
Through the years, the Palace Theatre features a variety of programmes, including opera, musical, and film entertainment. Notably, it showcased The Sound of Music, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Les Miserable. The play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child also opened at the theatre in 2016.
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The 1400-seat Palace Theatre is a mixed-use venue featuring theatre, musical, and film entertainment for varying audiences. Les Miserable opened at the theatre and ran for 19 incredible years! Access the Just Park app to find parking for current showings. Parking near the Palace Theatre includes On-Street, Off-Street, and Disabled Parking.
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Do you know where to park when you visit the theatre? Near the Palace Theatre, on-street parking is a reasonable amount per hour. However, there is a 2-hour time limit on some meters. Remember to read the meter instructions carefully to ensure compliance with the hours allotted. Holidays, weekends, and after 8 p.m. on Friday, on-street parking near the Palace Theatre is free.
City-owned lots near the Palace Theatre offer free parking after 8 p.m., weekends, and holidays. Victory Parking Garage and Harnett Parking Garage both offer metered parking, except during free hours. Undoubtedly you should pay close attention to the signs to ensure compliance with parking payments. The Just Park app also features many parking options near the Palace Theatre. Access the app to reserve your spot before you leave home.
For stations on the Picadilly line, Leicester Square is the closest tube station to the Palace Theatre. It’s only a five-minute walk from the theatre. Convent Garden and Picadilly Circus stations are also feasible options because the stations are only 10 minutes walking distance from the venue. Alternatively, buses 29, 24, and 176 all run close to the theatre. Southeastern trains stop at the Charing Cross station, a 10-minute walk away.
The Palace Theatre has wheelchair access on Shaftesbury Avenue for pick-up and drop-off of disabled patrons. Once customers enter the side door, the Stalls have spaces for wheelchairs or seats, if preferable. In addition, staff will bring refreshments and drinks to Stalls upon request, as the venue’s bars are not wheelchair accessible.
Blue Badge parking spaces are available throughout London for those with disabilities. Blue Badge holders or those driving them may access parking spaces set aside to accommodate the disabled. Westminster, where the Palace Theatre is located, has its own parking scheme for the disabled. Check with the City of Westminster to ensure compliance with parking near the Palace Theatre.
Check for signs wherever you park! Westminster operates under Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ), Sub Zones, and Resident Zones. Restrictions may include permit requirements or limited parking between certain hours. Review Westminster’s CPZ map to ensure parking compliance or access the Just Park app for information about available parking near the Palace Theatre.
Bank Holiday Parking Restrictions may vary in Westminster. Parking bay restrictions are enforced daily, except on Christmas Day.
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