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Built by theatre impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte to showcase the work of Gilbert & Sullivan and famously the first public building in the world to be lit throughout by electricity. The Savoy Theatre is currently home to 9 to 5 - The Musical.
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Savoy Court Strand | Strand, London WC2R 0ET, England
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Let me start by saying this is not sophisticated theatre - this is a funny, lighthearted night out, with a hint of ‘carry on/benny hill’ to the humour!
That being said the cast work hard and deliver a fun evening which we enjoyed from some...More
This is a fantastic building full of architecture and delicate finishes the inner walls are stone in appearance that leads to the stage and the seating is brightly coloured to set of the theatres age and beauty
Was really a great place to visit and...More
popped off to see 9 to 5 this week & had a blast
from the staff at the door, to the staff at the bar to the over all atmosphere
loved the show too - FANTASTIC
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This was a little extra when we went to see another show, however it was much better than I imagined. A great cast, funny, clever, well written, well acted.
I would highly recommend this show.
Drinks were more expensive to order in the bar and...More
Having visited The Savoy Theatre twice in last few months, I have to say both experiences have been brilliant. Professional, welcoming hosts in every part of the theatre. Bar hosts are engaging and happy to talk about the show and share their thoughts professionally, making...More
This was a present for my husband's 50th, and the show didn't disappoint it was very funny and all the actors did a marvellous job. It was our first time at the Savoy theatre and it is my favourite one so far.
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I would sit as far back as possible as the ‘singing’ is really loud and at times really uncomfortable. Rows A and B seats 24-25 would be really good as you are at the end so you are able to stretch your legs. Alternatively... More
I would sit as far back as possible as the ‘singing’ is really loud and at times really uncomfortable. Rows A and B seats 24-25 would be really good as you are at the end so you are able to stretch your legs. Alternatively if you sit in the dress circle and have rows J-H seats 1-6 you are all sat together. Good Luck!!