Dominion Theatre

268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ GB

Dominion Theatre Tickets

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Sister Act tickets Sister Act

Sister Act

Dominion Theatre

4.7 243 reviews 4.7 243 reviews Tickets from £20.00
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Sister Act The Musical arrives back in the West End and this time - packed with a stellar cast including Beverley Knight and Alexandra Burke. Based on the hit 1992 comedy film of the same name that starred Whoopi Goldberg, this musical doesn't forget infectious music and a heartwarming story.

  • Booking until: Saturday, 31 August 2024
  • Running time: 2hr 30min. Incl. 1 interval.
  • Starring: Alexandra Burke, Beverley Knight
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The Rocky Horror Show tickets Opens 6 Sep 2024 Opens 6 September 2024 The Rocky Horror Show

The Rocky Horror Show

Dominion Theatre

4.8 23 reviews 4.8 23 reviews Tickets from £30.00
Teenagers (87%) Theatregoers (91%) i

Millions of people have been captivated by the outrageous and utterly enjoyable, The Rocky Horror Show for over 50 years! With its unforgettable characters and infectious songs, this iconic musical has garnered a devoted global following and has become a staple of modern pop culture. Now, the cult classic heads back to the West End, featuring the talented Jason Donovan as Frank-N-Furter.

  • Opens: Friday, 6 September 2024
    Booking until: Friday, 20 September 2024
  • Starring: Jason Donovan
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The Devil Wears Prada tickets Opens 1 Oct 2024 Opens 1 October 2024 The Devil Wears Prada

The Devil Wears Prada

Dominion Theatre

Tickets from £30.00
Did you see the original movie of The Devil Wears Prada, the 2006 American comedy-drama? It was directed by David Frankel and produced by Wendy Finerman with screenplay by Aline Brosh McKenna. Originally inspired by the 2003 novel of the same name by Lauren Weisberger, now it's due on the West End stage, a massive treat for anyone who loves outrageous fun.
  • Opens: Tuesday, 1 October 2024
    Booking until: Saturday, 18 October 2025
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Dominion Theatre Facilities

  • Air cooled
  • Bar
  • Disabled toilets
  • Infrared hearing loop
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair/scooter access

Dominion Theatre Access Tickets

Disabled theatregoers and their carers can get discount tickets. Please phone the Dominion Theatre access line on 020 7927 0929.

Dominion Theatre Location

Travel Information

Nearest Tube station
  • Tottenham Court Road
  • Goodge Street
Tube lines
  • Central
  • Northern
Day buses
  • (Tottenham Ct Rd Station) 7, 10, 14, 24, 29, 73, 134, 242; (New Oxford St) 1, 8, 25, 55, 98, 176, 390
Night buses
  • (Tottenham Ct Rd Station) 7, 10, 14, 24, 134, 242, N7, N29, N35, N68, N73, N253, N279; (New Oxford St) 25, 176, 390, N1, N8, N41, N55, N98, N171, N207
Dominion Theatre history

From the outside

The Dominion Theatre, with its massive gold-coloured statue overlooking the foyer, is one of many fine examples of stunning 1930s Art Deco architecture in London’s theatreland. The beauty of its clean lines and elegant proportions bely the fact that the site was once a leper colony and , later, a brewery. Inside there’s a huge auditorium with sweeping rows of plush seats and an intricate decorated ceiling.

Dominion Theatre architecture and history

The Dominion Theatre was built in 1928 to ’29, with a steel frame, pale Portland stone facade and room for almost 3,000 people in the auditorium. Designed by W and TR Milburn, it was intended for live theatre but converted to a cinema in the early 1930s.

Built on the site of the Horse Shoe Brewery, it’s a location with a tragic past. When a huge vat of beer burst in 1814, twenty people were either crushed to death or drowned in alcohol.

Closing briefly at the height of the Blitz in October 1940, the theatre re-opened in January 1941.In December 1956 Rank, the cinema people, looked at rewiring and refurbishing the stage and facilities, but the cost was too high and they backed down.

The Dominion was finally used as a live theatre venue in 1957, at long last, with the Judy Garland Show, although they kept showing films too. South Pacific played April 1958, running for more than four years and closing in autumn 1962. Then it was the turn of Samuel Goldwyn’s Porgy and Bess. Cleopatra took the stage in 1963 followed by The Sound of Music in ’65 and Star, which followed major redecoration in 1968.

The Return of the Jedi opened in 1983 and the ‘80s also saw the Dominion become a popular venue for gigs, with appearances by bright stars like Dolly Parton. In the mid ‘80s the musical Time led to more internal reconstruction to house the show’s special effects.

There has been plenty of renovation over the past few years, including the creation of a rehearsal space above the foyer, which has seen rehearsals for showstoppers like We Will Rock You, Edward Scissorhands, Les Misérables, Cats, Hairspray and Zorro.

Hauntings at the Dominion!

Audience members have reported seeing the ghost of a brewery worker. Others have heard a ghostly child giggling. There has apparently been plenty of poltergeist activity. And some even suggest that Freddy Mercury’s spirit haunts the theatre.

Past shows at the Dominion Theatre

Since the early 1990s the Dominion Theatre has been home to David Ian and Paul Nicholas' Grease, Scrooge - The Musical, Swan Lake, Beauty and the Beast and Notre Dame de Paris. As well as the enormous West End hit, We Will Rock You.

Dominion Theatre access

The Dominion provides access for wheelchair users and other mobility-impaired people.

Dominion Theatre tickets

We’re a top destination for a wide variety of seat types and prices, with excellent availability on the full range of Dominion Theatre tickets.

268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ GB