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The area around the London Palladium is an expensive part of London for hotel accommodation with most being 4 star or above. The closest hotel to the London Palladium is the 5 star Courthouse Hotel which has been transformed from the old magistrates court and jail in Soho. Just north of the Palladium near to the BBC is the Grange Langham Court Hotel, this 3/4 star offers great weekend prices.
If your hotel budget is tight then the St Giles Hotel could be the solution. Just a 15 minute maximum walk from the London Palladium, this 3 star offers sensible prices in an excellent area near the British Museum.
A little further afield at the top of Oxford Street is Marble Arch, here you can find many good hotels to suit all budgets. There are many hotels in Bayswater which is just over one mile to the west and connected to Oxford Circus by the Central tube line.
Wherever you stay, remember that central London covers a relatively small area and the tube system will get you around all parts very easily. It runs until after midnight so there is no problem returning to your hotel wherever it may be.
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The London Palladium can be found down a small side street (Argyll Street) immediately off Oxford Circus in the West End of London. This is the epicentre of tourist london and is very busy night and day. The closest tube station is at Oxford Circus just a one minute walk from the theatre. This station is served by the Central Line, Victoria Line and Bakerloo Line which provides easy fast transport from Bayswater and Marylebone. Also nearby is Bond Street tube station.
In the 1880s the site of the present theatre was home to hengler's Circus. It was originally named The Palladium before being changed to the now familiar name The London Palladium in 1934.
The London Palladium became familiar to many millions in the mid-1950's with the weekly television variety show Sunday night at the London Palladium - a format that was revived some years later in the late 1980's with Live from The Palladium. The theatre has also been used for concerts - perhaps the most famous one being the 1960's Judy Garland / Liza Minnelli concert which was broadcast on television.
From the 1980s in particular the London Palladium became associated with large scale musicals - The King and I with Yul Brynner and Virginia McKenna, Barnum with Michael Crawford, Singin' in the rain with Tommy Steele, the short lived Ziegfeld with Topol and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang starring Michael Ball.
The London Palladium has 2200 seats consisting of stalls, Royal Circle and Upper Circle.
|Oxford Circus Station||1||Central - Bakerloo - Victoria||0.09 miles|
|Bond Street Station||1||Central - Jubilee||0.62 miles|
|Piccadilly Circus Station||1||Bakerloo - Piccadilly||0.69 miles|
|Tottenham Court Road Station||1||Central - Northern||0.70 miles|
|Goodge Street Station||1||Northern||0.76 miles|
|Charing Cross London Station||1.35 miles|
|London Euston Station||1.61 miles|
|London Marylebone Station||1.74 miles|
|London St Pancras Station||2.04 miles|
|London Victoria Station||2.19 miles|