Venue InformationDuke of York's Theatre
Address: 45 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG, United Kingdom
Nearest underground or train station: Leicester Square (Northern line, Piccadilly line), Charing Cross (Northern line, Bakerloo line), Embankment (Northern line, Bakerloo line, District line, Circle line)
Nearest buses: 14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 40, 176
Duke of York's Theatre Directions
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Frequently Asked Questions
Access phone number: 0800 912 6971
Access email address: email@example.com
Accessible toilets situated: Circle
Number of Wheelchair spaces: Circle x2
Sound amplification: Sennheiser MobileConnect
Access from street to foyer: Level access
Access from theatre foyer to seats (number = stairs): 23 to Stalls, 23 to Upper Circle
Level access: Royal Circle Row C (Wheelchair spaces)
Stair lift, lift or ramp available: N/A
The Duke of York's Theatre is owned or operated by ATG
Duke of York's Theatre Facts
What date did the Duke of York's Theatre open?
10 September 1892
Who designed the Duke of York's Theatre?
What was the first production at the Duke of York's Theatre?
The Wedding Eve by F. Toulmouche
Other Duke of York's Theatre facts
The Duke of York's Theatre was formerly known as the Trafalgar Square Theatre or the Trafalgar Theatre.
Duke of York's Theatre News
The Duke of York’s is one of London’s best known and most historic mid-size playhouses.
The theatre was designed by Walter Emden and opened on 10 September 1892 with a production of The Wedding Eve by F. Toulmouche.
The first ever production of J M Barrie’s Peter Pan opened at the Duke of York’s theatre in 1904, and such was its immediate popularity that it was revived every Christmas for the next ten years.
A myriad of celebrated productions over the years have included Half Life with John Gielgud, Clouds with Tom Courtenay and Felicity Kendal, and American Buffalo starring Al Pacino.
Past shows that have played at the Duke of York's Theatre include:Nick Mohammed presents The Very Best and Worst of Mr Swallow
The Glass Menagerie
Eric & Ern
The Girl On The Train
Touching The Void
Home, I’m Darling
Summer And Smoke
The Moderate Soprano
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
How the Other Half Loves
Farinelli and the King
Jeeves and Wooster
A Doll's House
The Judas Kiss
Goodnight Mister Tom
All New People