The London Palladium could not be located in a more central area, as it is mere seconds from the bustling shopping area of Oxford Street in the heart of the city. Close to several tube stations and a stroll away from lots of London’s biggest attractions such as Covent Garden and a plethora of other London theatres, the London Palladium is very easy to find.
The address of the theatre is:
The London Palladium
8 Argyll Street
…by Tube or bus
The London Palladium is in an ideal location, situated just off Oxford Street and therefore extremely accessible by tube or bus. The nearest tube station to the theatre is Oxford Circus, less than a minute’s walk away, and the station is on the Victoria, Bakerloo and Central lines, making it an easy station to reach from all parts of London. For those coming by mainland over ground train, the nearest train station to the Palladium is Charing Cross which is two stops away from Oxford Circus on the Bakerloo line. If coming by bus, then the nearest bus numbers that stop close by to the theatre are 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 39, 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139 and 159. Purchasing day Travelcards will enable you to use London’s transport, or alternatively buy an Oyster Card from any London Underground station and top it up which is a convenient and cheaper way to travel on London’s transportation.
…by car or taxi
For those of you who are driving to the theatre, it is handy to know that there are two car parks very close by to the London Palladium. There is the Q-Park (formerly the Westminster City Council) car park located on nearby Poland Street, and a NCP on Wells Mews. Both are within walking distance from the theatre, with the Q-Park charging £20 for up to 4 hours, and the NCP charging £24 for a 4 to 6 hour stay. If you are wishing to hail a taxicab back from the theatre, then you should have no worries as there will be plenty on the roads outside.