The Apollo Victoria Theatre is located in a busy and commercial area of London called Victoria, and is near to other tourist attractions such as Westminster Cathedral as well as a large number of shops. It is still very much a central area of the capital and has good transport links to the rest of the city making it easy to get around and explore.
The address of the theatre is:
Apollo Victoria Theatre
17 Wilton Road
…by Tube or bus
The theatre is within walking distance of Victoria tube station, one of London’s busiest stations with many connections. The station is accessible via the Victoria, District and Circle lines, as well as being a main hub for National Rail trains across the country. Victoria Bus Station next door is also within easy walking distance of the theatre, and is the main point of arrival for most coaches into the capital including National Express and Megabus. 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 terminate at Victoria – just 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 there are various meters on the roads surrounding it, including on Allington Street, Bressenden Place and Carlisle Place. The tariff for these is £2.00 per hour, although it can get busy so you may want to avoid this option at certain times of the day. Alternatively London Victoria Car Park is a 6 minute walk and will cost £22.00 to park for the day. You may find it cheaper and easier to hail a taxi from any of the various ranks around the city.