About The Theatre Royal Haymarket
The Theatre Royal Haymarket is one of the UK’s best-loved theatres. Originally called the Little Theatre in the Hay, it is the third oldest in London and is a Grade I listed building that seats 893 people over four levels: the stalls, the royal circle, the upper circle and the gallery. Designed by John Potter and built in 1720, it's a real national treasure. Located in the centre of London’s theatreland, there are all sorts of wonderful attractions and places to eat and drink close by.
Audience Latest Reviews
Brilliant Show. A must see, even if you didn’t watch the TV series.
Terrific, most enjoyable show. Laugh a minute, great fun - “ Not now Grandpa!” “ This time next year we’ll be millionaires!” Great casting, music and scenes including the Chandelier & the Reliant Van!
Thoroughly enjoyable, with laughter as you would expect, lifting the mood in these difficult times.
FANTASTIC!! Well done everyone involved. Alistair, 02 Oct 2022
Loved the show
Do not sit in the gallery the seating is not good Andrea, 25 Sep 2022
I enjoyed the show. Cherriel, 23 Sep 2022
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