Following a hugely successful debut performance at the London Palladium in 2016, crazy cult musical Eugenius! returns to the London stage, produced by Harry Potter star Warwick Davis. Playing a strictly limited season at The Other Palace, the musical comedy follows a teenage boy on his quest to create the perfect Hollywood comic book movie.
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Booking until 3 March 2018


Arlene Phillips’ directs Sam Cassidy’s reworked British rock musical ‘27’, which comes to The Other Palace under the new title of Myth: The Rise and Fall of Orpheus. A brand new musical that explores the link between mental illness and an industry that has taken the lives of some of music’s biggest stars, this is a show guaranteed to rock you to your core.
Booking from 10 March 2018 until 17 March 2018

Orpheus - The Mythical

Richard Stilgoe revives his musical comedy Orpheus – The Mythical at London’s The Other Palace, for strictly limited performances. Featuring the young, disabled students of the Orpheus Centre, the comedy of a Greek tragedy celebrates the Orpheus Centre’s 20th birthday. The production runs through the last week of March 2018 and includes limited appearances from famous West End faces.
Booking from 23 March 2018 until 31 March 2018

Kathleen Turner - Finding My Voice

Multi-award winning actress and Hollywood legend Kathleen Turner comes to the West End to showcase her brand new solo cabaret show, Finding My Voice. Playing at The Other Palace, the production is a thrilling insight into the actress’s long and varied career. Prepare for a night of spectacular anecdotes and musical tunes from the American songbook, sung in Turner’s trademark husky voice.
Booking from 20 April 2018 until 6 May 2018

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Originally built in 2012 under the name of the St James Theatre, The Other Palace is the brand new venue that officially opened in 2017. Hosting a 312 capacity main theatre space as well as a smaller 120 capacity studio, the theatre is synonymous with playing new musical works and small-scale cabarets.

St James Theatre was built on the site of the former Westminster Theatre, which burned down in 2002. It then re-opened in 2012 with a production of Sandi Toksvig’s Bully Boy. Since then, the theatre has enjoyed a stream of successes, with most notable productions including the world premiere of Urinetown (2014), which later transferred to the West End's Apollo Theatre. Further stand-out musicals included Miss Atomic Bomb (2016), starring Catherine TateThe Last 5 Years, starring Samantha Barks and Broadway's Rent.

Purchased by Andrew Lloyd Webber in 2016, the venue transformed into The Other Palace and is dedicated to hosting new and rarely-performed musicals. The venue re-opened under the leadership of Paul Taylor Mills in February 2017 with The Wild Party, starring Frances Ruffelle.

Further musicals include Duncan Sheik’s early musical Whisper House (2017), followed by circus extravaganza La Strada (2017). A series of new musicals premiered at the venue throughout 2017, including The Little Beasts, the National Youth Music Theatre's Imaginary and Some Lovers, by Steven Sater and Burt Bacharach. 2017 rounded off with Hershey Felder Our Great Tchaikovsky and Hollywood star Kelsey Grammer in Big Fish the Musical.

2018 began with Ben Adams' smash-hit new musical Eugenius! and is followed by Arlene Phillips' Myth the Musical and Kathleen Turner - Finding My Voice.

Past Shows

Big Fish
(closed 30 Dec 2017)
Some Lovers
(closed 2 Sep 2017)

(closed 12 Aug 2017)
The Little Beasts
(closed 29 Jul 2017)
La Strada
(closed 8 Jul 2017)

Whisper House
(closed 27 May 2017)
Wild Party
(closed 1 Apr 2017)