One of the most prominent venues on the West End as well as one of the oldest, the Victorian-era Savoy Theatre originally opened in 1881 off the Strand in the heart of central London. Since opening, this longstanding theatre has staged many notable productions including operetta, comedy, classic drama, pop concerts and, most recently, some of London’s biggest musicals. This ritzy venue, with a capacity of 1,158, welcomes audiences in with a programme that flits between the light opera that originally made its name and musical theatre, all performed in a beautiful, ornate setting. Its excellent location, just five minutes from Charing Cross tube station, means you’ll be close to many top attractions including Leicester Square, the London Transport Museum and Somerset House. It is also within easy access of popular pubs and restaurants which are perfect for pre or post-theatre food and drink.