The Palace Theatre is one of the West End’s most iconic venues and has hosted a number of award-winning productions since opening in 1891. It is a building that stands out in London’s landscape both for its distinctive Victorian red brick façade that shines amongst the grey concrete and for the shows that are staged there. It is best known for hosting musicals like The Sound of Music and Les Misérables. In more recent times its been the home of J K Rowling’s award-winning Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. It is also one of the West Ends larger venues with a capacity of 1,400 spread across four levels. The Palace Theatres' excellence also extends to its location. Situated off Shaftesbury Avenue in Soho just a short walk from Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus and a variety of shops, restaurants and cafes. You’ll also be spoilt for choice when it comes to attractions with the likes of the National Portrait Gallery, the National Gallery, Nelsons Column and the British Museum all within a ten-minute walk.