The Savoy Theatre is located along London’s Strand, a particularly busy stretch of road for theatres with the Vaudeville, Adelphi and Lyceum just minutes away. The Savoy is extremely central to London and the Strand is popular tourist destination which means there are plenty of transpiration links. For more information on London travel, or to check for updates visit: www.tfl.gov.uk
The nearest National Rail station to the Savoy Theatre is Charing Cross Station (5 minutes walk). From the station head right out of the theatre and down the Strand. The Savoy Theatre will be on your right hand side by the Savoy Hotel.
The nearest tube stations to the Savoy Theatre are Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern Lines) and Temple (Circle and District lines) which are both a short walk away.
Charing Cross (5 minutes): Please see the above directions.
Temple (8 minutes): Head across the Victoria Embankment towards Charing Cross and then right up Savoy Street. Turn left onto the Strand and the Savoy Theatre will be in your left hand side.
Buses to Aldwych and/or the Strand: 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 68, 91, 171, 176, 188, RV1.
The Savoy Theatre is located within the London Congestion Charge Zone which applies weekdays from 7am until 6pm (not bank holidays) and costs £11.50 per day. If you are driving to the theatre after 6pm then you will not be charged.
Like most West End theatres, The Savoy Theatre is part of the Q-Park Scheme. The nearest Q Park is the 24hr Chinatown car park (20 Newport Place, WC2H 7PR). Here parking costs £18 for up to 3hrs, and £24 for 4hrs but theatregoers can save 50% if they have their ticket validated at the theatre. Ask Savoy theatre ushers for further details of where to get your ticket stamped.
Black cabs can be hailed outside the theatre on the Strand; the Strand and Aldwych junction is a particular black cab hot spot. Alternatively you can head down to Charing Cross Rail Station where there is a designated taxi rank.