The Prince Edward Theatre London is located immediately north of Shaftesbury Avenue in Theatreland / Soho, central London. The nearest tube station being Leicester Square (300m).
Hotels near the Prince Edward Theatre:
Hotels near to the Prince Edward Theatre London tend to be hugely expensive as this is prime West End. The very closest is the Premier Shaftesbury Piccadilly Hotel which is 3 minutes walk from the theatre. This is designated a 4 star hotel.
Our suggestion would be to check out the St Giles Hotel London which is situated a ten minute walk north of the Prince Edward Theatre. This modern 3 star offers sensible West End prices.
If you are looking for something special then how about a hotel that was the original courthouse for Soho. The Courthouse Hotel London is situated very close to Carnaby Street and less than a 10 minute stroll to the Prince Edward Theatre.
Hazlitts Hotel London is located very close to the Prince Edward Theatre on Frith Street. Hazlitts Hotel is widely considered to be one of the top hotels in London. Its tradional British styling using a blend of antique and modern fixtures means that you have a 21st century hotel.
Ten minutes easy walk the east of the Prince Edward Theatre can be found one of our favourite hotels. The Kingsway Hall Hotel London is on Drury Lane and very close to the Covent Garden Market, an area of great restaurants and shops.
About the Prince Edward Theatre
Opened as the Prince Edward Theatre in 1930 as a multi purpose theatre able to house musicals, revue and films, the theatre then was converted into Casino in 1936. It became noted for its lavish stage shows. During the Second world war it was used as a club for servicemen. In 1954 the theatre was converted to screen the new 'Cinerama' film spectaculars.
Until recently, the Prince Edward theatre was home to hugely successful Abba-fest Mamma Mia! which was succeeded by the much talked about Jersey Boys.
Jersey Boys follows the rags-to-riches tale of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons as they work their way from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom, and features such hits as 'Sherry,' 'Big Girls Don't Cry,' 'Can't Take My Eyes Off of You,' 'Oh, What a Night' and many more.
There are five licensed bars. The Mozart Bar at street level, the Dress Circle Bar (with external balcony), the Stalls Bar, the Soft Drinks Bar at Stalls level and a further bar at Grand Circle level.
Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS
Prince Edward Theatre: Tube (underground)
|Leicester Square Station
||Piccadilly - Northern
|Tottenham Court Road Station
||Central - Northern
|Piccadilly Circus Station
||Bakerloo - Piccadilly
|Covent Garden Station
|Charing Cross Station
||Bakerloo - Northern