West End

Dominion Theatre London – Home of White Christmas & The Prince of Egypt

One of the largest West End theatres, with over 2000 seats, the Dominion Theatre opened as a cinema in October 1929. Along with playing movies, the theatre also had a lot of live performances - some of the more popular names to have performed at the venue include Duran Duran, U2, and David Bowie. The Dominion Theatre is now part of the Nederlander Organization, which along with operating 9 theatres in Broadway, owns three theatres in West End (the other two being Aldwych Theatre and Adelphi Theatre).

It was almost demolished in 1991, but was saved by aggressive campaigning and has played host to musicals almost exclusively since – shows from Grease, to the record-breaking run of We Will Rock You, The Bodyguard, and was also home to the Broadway-transfer of An American in Paris. In November 2019, the theatre will see the arrival of White Christmas. In February 2020, the theatre will host The Prince of Egypt.

Our Dominion Theatre London guide is designed to give you all the information you need to pick the best seats in the theatre.

Venue Details

Address: 268-269 Tottenham Court Rd, Fitzrovia, London W1T 7AQ, UK

Opened: 1929

Seating Capacity: 2075
Stalls: 1323
Circle: 752

Seating Chart
Check out the Dominion Theatre London Seating Plan here.

Next Up At The Dominion Theatre

White Christmas (16th Nov, 2019 - 4th Jan, 2020)

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A retelling of the 1954 film of the same name starring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, White Christmas follows the journey of a couple of World War II veterans as they pursue love. Adapted for the West End stage by David Ives and Paul Blake in collaboration with artistic director Nikolai Foster (known for Scrooge The Musical), White Christmas promises to be one of the top shows in the winter of 2019. Danny Mac and Dan Burton will start in the show that features choreography by Stephen Mear and tunes by the immortal Irving Berlin.

The Story

In the year 1954, the world is still recovering from the aftermath of World War II. Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, two veterans from the war who become wildly popular through their act in the Ed Sullivan Show, are after Betty and Judy, a couple of entertainers themselves, all the way to Vermont. On arrival, they learn that the inn they're staying at is owned by none other than General Waverly, their former war commander. Watch this music-filled journey of the duo in an impressive reimagining of the original story.


Danny Mac as Bob Wallace
Dan Burton as Phil Davis

Show Timings

Monday to Saturday - 7:30 PM
Thursday & Saturday - 2:30 PM

Running Time

2 hours 25 minutes, including one interval.

Arriving Soon At The Dominion Theatre

The Prince of Egypt (5th Feb, 2020 - 12th Sept, 2020)

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The Prince of Egypt, based on the acclaimed 1998 movie of the same name, is scheduled to run at the Dominion Theatre for a period of 32 weeks, starting February 2020. When the Dreamworks Animation film released over two decades ago, it turned out to be the highest grosser Non-disney animated film. The music and lyrics of the stage adaptation are being handled by Stephen Schwartz himself, reprising his role from the original. As one would expect, the Oscar-winning song 'When You Believe; will be featured on the show along with other favorites such as 'All I Ever Wanted', 'Through Heaven's Eyes', 'Deliver Us', and many more.

The Story

Fearing the orders of Pharaoh Seti to eradicate Hebrew boys from the society, a mother places her newborn child in a basket and sets him afloat on the Nile. The Pharaoh's wife, Queen Tuya adopts the infant and names him Moses. He grows up to be a prince oblivious to his actual parentage, alongside Ramses. Moses is not fond the treatment meted out to Hebrews by the Egyptians, however, he is unable to do much about it.

Eventually, Moses learns of his past and he condemns his father's attitude towards the Hebrews. In an unlikely incident, he accidentally pushes an Egyptian guard to his death while trying to save an elderly Hebrew slave. He runs away from the palace into the desert and while in exile, he decides that he needs to lead the way for Hebrews to attain their freedom. Watch the show to find out what follows.


Luke Brady as Moses
Liam Tamne as Ramses
Christine Allardo as Tzipporah
Alexia Khadime as Miriam

Show Timings

Monday to Saturday - 7:30 PM
Thursday and Saturday (additional matinee) - 2:30 PM

Running Time


Practical Information

Accessible Seating

The main foyer has step-free level access from the street through double doors. However, as the level does not have seating, it is advised that patrons contact door staff upon arrival to be guided to the seats.

Please note that due to the number of stairs, it is advised that patrons with limited mobility do not purchase tickets for the Circle section.

Available Facilities

Assistive Listening System: You can ask a member of staff upon arrival for help. The Dominion Theatre has an infrared hearing system with two choices of receivers - headsets and neck loops.

Cloakroom: A cloakroom is available at the Circle Level, which opens 45 minutes before the performance. You will be charged £1 per item when you avail this.

Guide Dogs: The Dominion Theatre allows guide dogs in the theatre. In case you deem the sound too loud, the theatre staff is happy to look after your guide dog.

Toilets: Male and female toilets are located in the Stalls at the front and rear on each side, with the front left and rear right toilets have level access. There is also an accessible toilet in the Stall level. In the Circle level, the toilets are located at the centre and rear of the right hand side, and towards the centre of the left hand side.

Wheelchair: Wheelchair spaces are in the Stalls and must be booked in advance. The Nederlander Box has space for three wheelchairs, along with three companions, and accessible toilets. Stalls ZZ50, YY50, and XX50 can be removed to accommodate one wheelchair.

Handy Tips

  • Soft drinks are allowed only if in plastic bottles. Please note that glass bottles and alcohol purchased outside the venue are strictly not allowed inside the theatre.
  • Snacks can be brought into the auditorium but please note that hot food will not be allowed inside.
  • Dominion Theatre does not have air conditioning, but it does have an air cooler, so be sure to wear comfortable attire.
  • For both The Prince of Egypt and White Christmas, children under the age of 5 will not be admitted into the theatre.

Getting There

Tube: The nearest tube station is the Tottenham Court Road station (Central Line and Northern Line - Charing Cross).

Bus: 7, 10, 14, 24, 29, 134, and 242.

Restaurants near Dominion Theatre

1. VQ: This unique chain of restaurants is best known for its "Open 24/7" policy, making it perfect for your post-show meal. VQ also has vegetarian and gluten-free options.

2. Pomme de Pain: Wonderful baguettes, fluffy croissants, a delicious spread, and incredible service - what more could you need?

3. Wasabi Sushi: With authentic sushi, sashimi, California rolls, and other various Japanese dishes, Wasabi is perfect for a pre-show snack.

4. Flat Iron: One of London's favourite steakhouses, Flat Iron has a lovely atmosphere, polite staff, and most importantly, incredible steaks.

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