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What is the Palace Theatre London Customer Service Number to Call at?: Call Palace Theatre London at 44(844)-412 4656 / 44 (0)20 7400 1234 for any service support.

Where is Palace Theatre London Head Office Located at?: The corporate office of Palace Theatre London is located at 113 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY, United Kingdom.
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As the name suggests, The Palace Theater London is a theater which was designed by Thomas Edward Collcutt and instructed by Richard D' Oyly Carte. It is a beautiful building made of red bricks usually known as 'red-brick structure'. It was formed in 1891, and considered one of the oldest buildings in the vicinity used for English grand opera. In 1891, the theater was opened with the name of the 'Royal English Opera House' with the production of Arthur Sullivan's Ivanhoe which ran for almost six month, later had to shut down because of no production, and converted into theater. With the coming of 1911, the theater got famous and became platform for many reputed musicians. It has arrangement of sitting for at least 1400 spectators, and seats are spread in four levels including four levels, the stalls, dress circle, Grand Circle and Balcony.