Venue InformationApollo Victoria Theatre
Address: 17 Wilton Road, London, SW1V 1LL
Nearest Underground or Train Station: Victoria (Victoria line, District line, Circle line)
Nearest Buses: 38, 73, 8, 24
What's on at the Apollo Victoria Theatre?
Frequently Asked Questions
Access phone number: 0800 912 6973
Access email address: email@example.com
Accessible toilets situated: Foyer
Number of Wheelchair spaces: Circle x4
Sound amplification: Induction Loop & Sennheiser Mobile Connect
Access from street to foyer: Stairs & lift
Access from theatre foyer to seats (number = stairs): 29 to Stalls, 14 to Dress Circle rows A-F, 37 to Dress Circle rows G-Y
Level access: To toilets and foyer, from Vauxhall Bridge Road entrance
Stair lift, lift or ramp available: Platform lift to Dress Circle via Vauxhall Bridge Road entrance (200kg limit)
Apollo Victoria Theatre Facts
What date did the Apollo Victoria Theatre open?
15 October 1930
Who designed the Apollo Victoria Theatre?
E. Wamsley Lewis and W E Trent
What was the first production at the Apollo Victoria Theatre?
Originally opened as a cinema (film: George Arlis in Old English)
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The Apollo Victoria Theatre, formerly called the New Victoria Theatre, opened in 1930 as a cinema and variety theatre. It is Grade II listed and is themed in a nautical fashion in the original Art Deco style.
It closed for a brief spell during World War II and for five years from 1976. It reopened in 1981 as the Apollo Victoria Theatre as a venue for musical theatre beginning with The Sound of Music in 1981, and including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s long-running Starlight Express from 1984 to 2002, and current long-running hit show Wicked, which started in 2006.