About The Piccadilly Theatre
Home to Moulin Rouge! The Musical
London’s grand Piccadilly Theatre has a capacity of 1,232 people, with a layout that’s made up of three different sections. The stalls, the royal circle and the grand circle. The stalls have a capacity of 488, while the royal and grand circle are home to 335 and 362 seats each. However, every seat in the historic theatre's impressive auditorium is well raked and home to amazing views of our awe-inspiring shows.
When the doors to the Piccadilly Theatre first opened in 1928, its stunning interiors were the work of the renowned French interior designers Marc-Henri Levy and Gaston Laverdet, which saw the auditorium lavished in vibrant pink. However, the theatre had to be partially rebuilt after WW2 as it sustained a substantial amount of damage.
In more recent years, ATG undertook a refurbishment project to bring the theatre back to its original roots. This involved full redecoration and refurbishment, including bringing the main dome that has been covered up for many years back to life.
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Find out more about ATG or the Piccadilly Theatre’s fascinating history. Alternatively, see the venue for yourself by booking tickets to one of our sensational shows.