Lyric Theatre

Overview

"The Lyric Theatre is a West End theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue in the City of Westminster. It was built for the producer Henry Leslie, who financed it from the profits of the light opera hit, Dorothy, which he transferred from its original venue to open the new theatre on 17 December 1888."
  • Creadble provider: NO
  • Creadble access: NO
  • Creadble employer: NO

Access Card Notes

Access Cards with '+1' symbol accepted as proof for a free essential companion ticket.

Contact details

Lyric Theatre 29 Shaftesbury Ave, London, London, W1D 7ES
Phone: 0330 333 4815

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
Wheelchair user access is located in the Dress Circle Boxes, which are at street level. Please report to the main entrance on arrival and a member of staff will accompany you to the wheelchair access entrance on Shaftesbury Avenue.

Wheelchair spaces are in boxes C, D and E. Boxes can accommodate up to 3 persons.

Short Distances

Short distance
For information about disabled parking in Westminster please visit www.parkingforbluebadges.com or visit the Q-Park website www.q-park.co.uk/theatreland

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
There is a fully adapted unisex toilet in the Dress Circle.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome. For comfort we recommend purchasing a seat on the end of a row. Alternatively we provide a dog sitting service for 2 dogs at a time; advance booking is recommended.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Access Cards with '+1' symbol accepted as proof for a free essential companion ticket.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
Headsets are available on a first come first served basis.