1. Adelphi Theatre
  2. Cambridge Theatre
  3. Her Majesty's Theatre
  4. London Palladium
  5. New London Theatre
  6. Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
Her Majesty's Theatre


Andrew Lloyd Webber has been a theatre owner since 1983 and now owns six London theatres.

The London Palladium, is possibly the world’s most famous theatre, known as the “Ace Variety Theatre of the World”. This well-known and much-loved venue also hosts a programme of  regular evening concerts.

The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is London’s most stately theatre. For many years it played host to Miss Saigon and then My Fair Lady, returning to the theatre at which it first opened in 1958. Currently home to Shrek, The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is one of London’s most historic theatrical venues, with the first theatre to be built on the site having opened in 1663.

Our other musical theatres include the New London – the former home of Cats, which ran for an incredible 21 years in London’s West End, after opening at The New London in 1981. The theatre is now home to The National Theatre production of War Horse,.

The Adelphi Theatre* currently houses the Chichester Festival production of Sweeney Todd, while Her Majesty’s theatre is still home to one of London’s longest running musicals, The Phantom of the Opera.

The Cinderella of our musical theatres is the Cambridge, which has seen in the last decade Return to the Forbidden Planet, Fame, Grease, The Beautiful Game, Jerry Springer – The OperaChicago and now Matilda

*In association with Nederlander International Limited