The St. James Theatre opened on 18th September 2012; the first new theatre in central London for 30 years. The building was constructed on the site of the Westminster Theatre, which burned down in 2002.
The St James Theatre was renamed The Other Palace when Andrew Lloyd Webber bought the venue in 2016.
As well as the main theatre space, the building also holds a small studio space, with a varied program that changes nightly. The theatre also has a full broadcast TV facility, which has allowed shows to be broadcast on satellite television and the Internet.
Wheelchair spaces available.
Are there adapted toilets?
Adapted toilets are available throughout the venue.
Are there facilities for the hard-of-hearing?
There is an infrared system working throughout the auditorium. Signed and captioned performances available.
Are guide dogs and/or hearing dogs permitted?
Access dogs are allowed inside the auditorium. Staff dog-sitting available.
Please contact the theatre directly for further information.
Scenes from a Marriage (11 September 2013 – 9 November 2013)