Trafalgar Theatre

Current Show: Jersey Boys
First previewed: 28th July 2021
Booking until: 2nd October 2022
Running time: 2h 30m including interval

Trafalgar Studios (now the Trafalgar Theatre)

Address: 14 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY


Air Conditioning: Yes

Current Owner: Trafalgar Entertainment Group

General booking

Box Office: 
+44 (0)333 009 6690 (calls charged)

Discounts, Day seats, Rush tickets & Lotteries

Awaiting information.

Box Office: +44 (0)333 009 6690 (calls charged)

Stage Door: +44 (0)20 7321 5400


Many of London’s theatres are accessed from below or above street level. If you need to avoid steps, it is advisable to contact the theatre directly by telephone or email as they will be able to advise you on which seats are most easily accessed. Many have specially adapted wheelchair spaces.

Theatres may be able to provide additional facilities for customers with a hearing or visual impairment and some shows may also offer specific, adapted performances. It’s best to check with the venue directly via one of the following methods:

Access Bookings: Call +44 (0)800 912 6971

Email: – more information is available on the Trafalgar Theatre access page.

Society of London Theatre also offers useful information for visitors with a disability or specific access need.

Nearest Tube: Charing Cross

Buses: London buses in the area are 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 77a, 88, 91, 139, 159 and 453

Check out Transport for London’s excellent TFL Journey Planner

Luxury: Great Scotland Yard Hotel, 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, London SW1A 2HN

Mid: Amba Hotel Charing Cross, Strand, London WC2N 5HX

Budget: Hub by Premier Inn, 110 St Martins Lane, London WC2N 4BA

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Disclaimer: We take care to provide accurate information. Records prior to internet age can be difficult to verify so we only list productions back as far as the year 2000, however we hold some records prior to this date offline. If you would like more information, or are aware of any errors, please contact us here. “One night only” productions and private theatre hires are not listed.

Arthur Lloyd’s Theatre Website offers an encyclopaedic insight into the history of the West End’s theatres.

Theatricalia is a database of past & future theatre productions.

Thisistheatre also offers interesting insights into the history of London’s theatres.

The Theatres Trust offers information and support for our nation’s theatres.

London Theatres by Michael Coveney & Peter Dazeley, is available from Waterstones and Amazon and provides stunning photography and commentary on London’s iconic theatres.