Duke Of York's Theatre

St Martins Lane,

The Duke of York’s Theatre on London’s West End is home to an array of productions, including Summer and Smoke. Read on for information on Duke of York theatre’s directions and maps, events taking place, and how to book tickets with UK Theatre - powered by LOVEtheatre today.

Map & Directions: Duke of York's Theatre

CAPACITY: The Duke of York’s Theatre has a capacity of 640. 

DUKE OF YORK’S THEATRE DRESS CODE: There is no dress code at the Duke of York’s Theatre. For all performances, attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion.

WHEELCHAIR SPACES: There are two wheelchair spaces in the Royal Circle with accompanying companion seats. Transfer seating is also available in the Royal Circle (level access).


HEARING IMPAIRED ASSISTANCE: Captioned performances are available at the Duke of York’s Theatre.

GUIDE DOGS: A maximum of two guide dogs can be admitted per performance to patrons booking an aisle seat. If preferred, front of house staff can look after the guide dog during the performance.

NEAREST TUBE/RAIL STATION: When travelling to the Duke of York’s theatre, the nearest tube stations are Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross.

BUSES: The theatre can be reached by the 24, 29 and 176 bus routes.

NEAREST CAR PARKS: If you’re driving to the Duke of York’s Theatre, the nearest car park is at London St Martins Lane Hotel.

NEARBY RESTAURANTS: There are a number of brillant restaurants near the Duke of York's Theatre for you to visit before the performance. Why not treat yourself to post-theatre dinner at The Ivy?

Duke Of York's Theatre - Events

Book The Glass Menagerie Tickets
The Glass Menagerie
‘Memory is seated predominantly in the heart’ – Tennessee Williams. Six time Academy Award nominated actress Amy Adams makes her West End debut in a new...
Book The Ocean At The End Of The Lane Tickets
The Ocean At The End Of The Lane
THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE at the Duke of York's Theatre. ‘The National Theatre’s thrilling adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel triumphs in the West...