The Duke of York’s Theatre is a West End theatre on St Martin’s Lane in the City of Westminster. A ‘right royal’ theatre, The Duke of York’s is one of the capitals preeminent entertainment venues. Having hosted some of London’s greatest productions over the years, not to mention a host of famous actors, playwrights and directors. But whereas your average West End theatre houses shows that run for years, or even decades, The Duke of York’s Theatre has a snappier turnover. Its 640-seater auditorium houses an ever-changing line-up of hit dramas transferring from off-West End and quality new productions of classic plays. Since opening in 1892 it has staged classics such as The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Little Shop of Horrors and No Man’s Island by Harold Pinter with stellar casts including Sheridan Smith, Orlando Bloom and David Walliams. It really is a must-visit venue for world-class drama. You’ll find it pretty easy to get to as well with Leicester Square Underground station just a five-minute walk away.