Noël Coward Theatre
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Noël Coward Theatre, St Martin's Lane London, WC2N 4AU
Access booking: +44 (0) 344 482 5137
The Noël Coward Theatre, London, originally known as the New Theatre, was built by Sir Charles Wyndham on St. Martin's Lane in London, England and opened on March 12, 1903. It was built behind the Wyndham's Theatre which was completed in 1899. In 1973 it was renamed the Noël Coward in tribute to the late Sir Bronson Noël Coward who had presided as its manager for many years. The theatre is now owned by Delfont Mackintosh Ltd as of September 2005.
The building was designed by architect W. G. R. Sprague with an exterior in the Classical style and an interior in the Rococo style. The theatre seats 872 patrons on 4 levels. The building is now a Grade II Listed structure.
20 infra-red headsets are available for those with hearing impairments. These are held at the Cloakroom available from the duty manager in the Foyer. A deposit of £5 or credit card/driving licence is required that will be returned at the end of the performance. No Loop system available in the auditorium.
Guide dogs are allowed in to the auditorium. Alternatively, staff are happy to dog sit.
There is a ramp (gradient 30-40%, handrail on both sides) through the front door on St Martin's Lane. Box M (door 68cm wide) has 2 spaces for wheelchair/scooter users, or 1 wheelchair user and a companion. Companions can also be seated in the Royal Circle. Transfer seating available to any aisle seat in Royal Circle. 2 wheelchairs and 2 scooters maximum. Wheelchairs stored in the cloakroom, scooters in the foyer. Groups should ring in advance.
Nearest tube stations: Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square
Nearest train station: London Charing Cross station
Bus: 14, 19, 38
If you're driving into the West End to see a show, take advantage of the Q-Park Parking Scheme discount saving you 50% off car parking after 12pm and for up to 4 hours. For full terms and conditions, participating car parks and locations visit Q-Park.