The Vaudeville Theater is located in London’s Theaterland district in the West End of the city. Located on the notorious Strand, the Vaudeville Theater rubs shoulders with landmarks such as Trafalgar Square and the Savoy hotel. The Strand is a busy area of London that is frequented by many tourists which means it is well connected in terms of transportation links. With bus and tube stops as well as a nearby National Rail station, getting to the Vaudeville Theater is relatively hassle free. Check www.tfl.gov.uk for London travel updates before you make your journey.
The nearest rail station to the Vaudeville Theater is Charing Cross National Rail station (4 minutes walk.) From the station, cross over the road and turn right down the Strand. Carry on walking for a few minutes. The theater will be on your left hand side.
The nearest tubes stations to the Vaudeville are Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines) and Embankment (Bakerloo, District and Northern lines), which are both a short walk away.
From Charing Cross (4 minutes): See the above directions in the ‘Rail’ section above.
From Embankment (6 minutes): Head straight out of the station (City exit, not the Embankment exit) and walk straight up Villers St. At the end of the road turn right down the Strand. Cross the road onto the opposite side and keep walking for a couple of minutes. The theater will be on your left hand side.
Buses to the Strand: 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, 176, N47
The Vaudeville Theater is located in the heart of the London Congestion Charge Zone which applies from 7am until 6pm and costs £10 per day. If you are driving to the theater after 6pm you will not have to pay the charge.
The Vaudeville Theater is part of the Q-Park Scheme. The nearest participating car park is the 24hr Q Park Chinatown Car Park (20 Newport Place, WC2H 7PR). Parking costs £18 for up to 3hrs, and £24 for 4hrs but theatergoers can save 50% if they have their ticket validated at the theater.
Taxis will be driving around the area and can be flagged from the street however, as the theater is so close to Charing Cross station, I would recommend heading to the station as there is a designate taxi rank where you can queue up for an available cab.