Victoria Palace, London
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The site of the splendid Victoria Palace theatre is no stranger to entertainment, with a venue on the site since 1832, namely Moy’s Music Hall. In 1863 it was renamed The Royal Standard Music Hall and in 1886, when Victoria railway station was built, it was recreated and re-opened as the Royal Standard Music Hall, with no expense spared. It’s full of character, much of which is original, reflecting the decorative style of 1911. There’s room for 1550 people and improvements continue, creating even better public facilities. In 2006 they erected a replica of a statue of the ballet dancer Pavlova, completing the job and creating a new West End landmark. The revival of Kiss Me, Kate caused a stir here, as did the musicals Grease and Tonight's The Night – The Rod Stewart Musical, plus the panto Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with Lily Savage. And of course it’s the home of Billy Elliot, which continues to thrill huge audiences night after might. Love Victoria Palace Theatre tickets? We sell the full range!