The Wyndham’s Theatre, which opened for business in 1899, has a long and illustrious history with many landmark productions including premiers of classic drama and blockbuster musicals. Located on the bustling Charing Cross Road in the heart of the West End it is an imposing, pillared, Louis XVI style building that makes no bones about the fact that it’s a theatre with pedigree. With over 119 years of smash-hit shows and entertainment, the likes of Dame Maggie Smith, Madonna, and Jude Law have all trod its boards! It does, however, have one of ‘Theatrelands’ more intimate auditoriums with just 759 seats across four levels. It also boasts an excellent location if you’re looking to combine a trip to the theatre with some sightseeing. Soho, Leicester Square, and Covent Garden are all on its doorstep with plenty of bars, shops, restaurants and attractions for you to enjoy. Some of the most notable being the National Portrait Gallery, The National Gallery and the London Transport Museum. Or alternatively, you can simply wander these iconic parts of the capital soaking-up the vibrant atmosphere and exploring the many side-streets. And as the theatre is right next to Leicester Square tube station, arriving and departing the area is quick and easy.