The Piccadilly Theatre is located in the very centre of the capital, just behind the well-known tourist hotspot of Piccadilly Circus, in which you can find a multitude of other attractions and lots of restaurants, as well as having the areas of Soho and Covent Garden not far away.
The address of the theatre is:
16 Denman Street
…by Tube or bus
The nearest tube station to the Piccadilly Theatre is Piccadilly Circus, which is the recommended way to arrive at the theatre given the high levels of traffic around the centre of London. The station is accessible on the Piccadilly line, although if you are coming from elsewhere in the city and would like to avoid changing lines you can also walk to the theatre from either Leicester Square or Charing Cross stations, accessible from the Northern and Bakerloo lines. Charing Cross is also a mainline train station with connections to other parts of the country. If you are travelling to the theatre from somewhere else within the city and want to take the bus there are a lot of services that stop in Piccadilly Circus – look out for numbers 24, 29 and 176 and check the board on the front of the bus for details. For all Tube and London bus travel, a day travelcard or Oyster card afford good value for money and can be used for an unlimited number of journeys during a 24-hour period.
…by car or taxi
If you prefer to drive to the theatre the nearest car park is on Denman Street, with a tariff of £1.80 per 15 minutes and a maximum charge of £32.00. There is also a car park on Brewer Street where you can pay £26.00 for 4 hours of parking, or alternatively there are meters on Archer Street and Brewer Street that charge £4.40 per hour, although these can get busy on evenings and weekends in particular. You may find it cheaper and easier to hail a taxi from any of the various ranks around the city.