DOMINION THEATRE
268-269 Tottenham Court Road,

London, W1T 7AQ

Dominion Theatre

The steel framed Dominion Theatre was built in 1928 and designed by William and T. R Millburn with a façade of Portland Stone. It has a surprisingly small frontage for such a large theatre which has a seating capacity of 2835.

The auditorium was built on three levels, Stalls, Dress, and Upper Circle which is no longer used and the current capacity stands at 2007.

Just a year after opening the Dominion Theatre was converted into a cinema and in 1933 was sold to Gaumont British. It did play host to some live entertainment in the 50s and 60s but this was for concerts and not theatre.

The Dominion was converted back into a theatre in 1981 and has been staging large scale musicals ever since. “We Will Rock You” opened here on the 14th May 2002 and closed at the end of May 2014.

HOW TO GET TO DOMINION THEATRE

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underground
Tubes :  Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern lines) Train: Charing Cross/Euston
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre

7, 8, 10, 14a, 22b, 24, 25, 29, 38, 55, 73, 134, 176

nearest car park

This theatre participates in the Theatreland Parking Scheme - find out more about the great discounts offered by clicking on the link.


DISABLED ACCESS TO DOMINION THEATRE

Infra-red system 10 headsets and 10 neck loops available. Ask the duty manager upon arrival at the theatre.
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Platform lift down 10 steps. 3 spaces for wheelchair users at XX50, YY50, ZZ50 (the last 2 on a slight slope). Transfer seating to any aisle seat. People with motorised wheelchairs or wheelchairs (maximum of 3) can go in Box B the entrance is to the side of the theatre on Bainbridge Street.
Adapted toilet towards front left of Stalls.