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The Dominion Theatre is one of the largest and most perfectly designed theatrical venues in London. It is home to a wide auditorium where every seat has a perfect view, a wealth of hospitality suites, impressive public foyers and large bar areas...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7AQ, England
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My partner is disabled and I took him to see Bat Out of Hell at the dominion theatre. Staff were absolutely amazing. Very organised and so helpful and came to check we were ok during the break. The staff made our visit enjoyable. My partners...More
Wonderful, feelgood theatre. Came out laughing and singing. We went for the last matinee of this run and it was full of old hands who'd seen it dozens of times before desperate to see it one last time. Probably a good idea to read up...More
I had been to this theatre before, but over 30 years ago. It is still a lovely building, but we had gone specifically to see the show 'Bat Out of Hell - The Musical'. The show was absolutely fantastic, I really, really recommend it. Fantastic...More
We watched the last matinee performance of bat out of hell and it was absolutely brilliant. It's a lovely theatre with good views from all seats as it's not too large. Lots of facilities and bars for drinks so no massive queues like you get...More
This is the second time we have seen this show, this time it was for my 50th birthday. Five of us went to see the show and we were all grinning like Cheshire cats when we left the theatre.
I paid for a champagne voucher...More
An amazing show. The story was very engaging and the music was just brilliant. The set was like nothing I had seen before and the the dancing was really impressive as was the whole thing. I’d love to watch it all over again!
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
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You can't take pictures of or during the performance, but I got great shots of the theatre and the interval. I can't post one on here. Pity, coz it's an Ace Pic. I will go back to my original posting of the Dominion... More
You can't take pictures of or during the performance, but I got great shots of the theatre and the interval. I can't post one on here. Pity, coz it's an Ace Pic. I will go back to my original posting of the Dominion Theatre and post it on there for you to see if you care to look it up?
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Resonably priced hotel near Dominon Theatre (1 Replies)
Im looking for a decent hotel at a reasonable price near to the Dominion Theatre however im looking for a triple room and seem to be struggling if anyone has any ideas it would be great to here from you. Many Thanks
January 14, 2009|
The St Giles is probably the nearest hotel to the Dominion. Literally a 2 or 3 minute walk. They do have three bedded rooms and rates at the weekend are inexpensive but I would think the rooms will be extremely small and reviews are mixed at best. I think a bed factory is a fair description. Personally I think you would do better to look at the old fashioned friendly family run hotels in Gower Street and Bloomsbury Street such as The Morgan, The Ridgemount and The Arran House. Only a 10...More
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Dominion theatre near Leicester Square? (5 Replies)
Thinking of seeing a the Musical - We will rock you, when visiting London. Is the Dominion Theatre centrally located near the Theatre district? Thanks
September 26, 2008|
Yes, its next to Tottenham Court Road tube so 1 tube stop or a 15 min walk from Leicester Square.
Live music? (4 Replies)
Hello, I am planning a weekend in London for my husband's birthday in September. We are staying near Euston Station and we are seeing a show at the Dominion Theatre one night. We love a night out but I'm not sure which areas to go to. We enjoy a relaxed pub/bar with live music if possible either in the afternoon or evening. Happy to travel to areas out with our hotel. Any advice much appreciated, thanks.
July 12, 2015|
We are there Friday - Monday so that's really helpful, thanks