Dominion Theatre London. Photo courtesy of the Nederlander Organization. Photo by Mark Sykes

Dominion Theatre London

Venue Information

Dominion Theatre
Address: 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ, United Kingdom
Nearest underground or train station: Tottenham Court Road (Central line, Northern line)
Nearest buses: 7, 8, 10, 14, 14A, 19, 22, 24, 25, 29, 38, 40, 73, 176

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What's on at the Dominion Theatre?

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Frequently Asked Questions

What's on at the Dominion Theatre?
Sister Act is a current production at the Dominion Theatre. The latest booking period for Sister Act at the Dominion Theatre started 15 March 2024 and runs until 31 August 2024. Tickets for Sister Act start at ÂŁ25 and are available to book now
How do I get to the Dominion Theatre?
Public transport is recommended to travel to the Dominion Theatre.  The nearest underground or train stations are Tottenham Court Road (Central line, Northern line). If arriving by bus, then the nearest bus lines are 7, 8, 10, 14, 14A, 19, 22, 24, 25, 29, 38, 40, 73, 176.  For directions to the Dominion Theatre see our Google Maps directions or Apple Maps directions
Is there a dress code at the Dominion Theatre?
There is no specific dress code at the Dominion Theatre, with most people just wearing their everyday clothes.
Does the Dominion Theatre have air conditioning or air cooling?
Yes, the Dominion Theatre has an Comfort Cooling system.
What is the Accessibility at the Dominion Theatre?
Dominion Theatre accessibility information
Access phone number: 020 7927 0929
Access email address:
Accessible toilets situated: Stalls and next to Box (Main House), next to ladies toilet in Studio
Number of Wheelchair spaces: Box x3 Stalls x3 (Main House), Studio x1
Sound amplification: Sennheiser Mobile Connect
Access from street to foyer: Level access
Access from theatre foyer to seats (number = stairs): 9 to Stalls, 18+ to Dress Circle
Level access: To Box
Stair lift, lift or ramp available: Stair lift to Stalls (Main House), Stair lift then lift to Studio
How many seats are in the Dominion Theatre?
The Dominion Theatre has 2,069 seats.
Who owns the Dominion Theatre?

The Dominion Theatre is owned or operated by The Nederlander Organization

Is the Dominion Theatre a member of the Society of London Theatre?
Yes, the Dominion Theatre is a full member of SOLT, and productions at the venue are eligible for the main categories of the Olivier Awards.

Dominion Theatre Facts

What date did the Dominion Theatre open?

3 October 1929

Who designed the Dominion Theatre?

William and T. R Millburn

What was the first production at the Dominion Theatre?

Follow Through by Laurence Schwab

Other Dominion Theatre facts

The Dominion Theatre originally opened as the Court Cinema,

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Theatre History

The Dominion Theatre was designed by architect brothers William and T.R Millburn, and opened on 3 October 1929.

The Dominion was originally built as a huge cinema – similar to the Apollo Victoria theatre. It originally had three tiers, although the top tier was eventually removed, making the capacity now just over 2000 seats.

As well as cinema, the venue also hosted opera, variety acts and dance. In the 1950s and 1960s it ran some long runs of film musicals including The Sound of Music and South Pacific, and staged some lavish concerts including Judy Garland, Maurice Chevalier and Shirley MacLaine.

Previous Shows

Past shows that have played at the Dominion Theatre include:

Elf The Musical
The King and I
Queenz - The Show With Balls
Dirty Dancing
The Prince of Egypt: Until 4 September
A Christmas Carol - Staged Concert
The Prince of Egypt
Big - The Musical
White Christmas
An American in Paris
The War of the Worlds
Frozen Sing-along
White Christmas

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📷 Main photo: Dominion Theatre London. Photo courtesy of the Nederlander Organization. Photo by Mark Sykes

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