Facilities

Auditorium

Air conditioning: The Queen’s Theatre is air-conditioned. Food & Drink:  There is a no glass policy in the auditorium therefore drinks purchased from the bar are allowed in the auditorium so long as they are transferred into plastic containers. Snacks can be brought into the auditorium but please note that hot food will not be allowed inside.

Cloakroom

The Queen’s Theatre does have a cloakroom in which large bags and pushchairs can be checked for a small fee.

Bar

There are four licensed bars in the Queen’s Theatre and they are situated in the foyer, Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. It is worth noting that none of the bars are accessible for wheelchair users, but drinks can be brought to disabled patrons. Prices:
  • Dom Pérignon (limited availability) - £120
  • Veuve Clicquot  Champagne 75cl - £50 or 37.5cl - £28
  • Prosecco – 75 cl - £25, 20cl £8
  • All wines are available in full-sized bottles and mini bottles. Small bottles (125ml) are £5-£6 and full bottles (75cl) are £19-£23
  • Beers & Cider - £4.50 (330ml)
  • Sprit with mixer (25cl measure) - £3.50
  • Soft drinks are approximately £3
  • Sweets and crisps are available at kiosks as are programmes and show memorabilia
  • Haagen Dazs Ice Cream – approximately £3
  • Programme - £4
  • Souvenir brochure - £7
  • T-Shirts - £12-17 depending on size and print design.
  • Original London Cast Recording - £22

Shop

Sweets and crisps are available at kiosks as are programmes and show memorabilia. Prices:
  • Haagen Dazs Ice Cream – approximately £3
  • Programme - £4
  • Souvenir brochure - £7
  • T-Shirts - £12-17 depending on size and print design.
  • Original London Cast Recording - £22

Toilets

Queen’s Theatre has male and female toilets on all levels, with access adapted toilets in the theatre foyer on street level.

The information on this page was sourced from a trip to the Queen's Theatre in October 2012. Prices and brands are subject to vary over time.