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Planning your visit to Peacock Theatre

Peacock Theatre
Portugal St, London WC2A 2HT

Find more information on transport in our section on getting to Peacock Theatre.

Booking tickets

Online: Click here to book upcoming performances at The Peacock Theatre.

Get in touch

If you’d like assistance booking a ticket or have questions about your booking, please get in touch with our team at the Ticket Office. We’re always happy to help.

In person: The Peacock Theatre ticket office is only open in person one hour before a performance start time.

Phone: Our phoneline (020 7863 8000) is open from 12 – 6pm, Monday – Saturday.

Cloakroom and lost property

We have a cloakroom for small items and coats. Just so you know, we can’t store large bags, suitcases or backpacks.

For lost property, please call 0207 863 8198.

Get here early

We recommend arriving 30 minutes before the performance starts, so you can soak up the pre-show atmosphere and find your seat in time.

The Peacock is open in person one hour before performances.

Food and drink

Pre-order your drinks and take in the buzz of the theatre at one of our bars. Find more information on eating and drinking below.

Eating and drinking during the performance

We serve a selection of drinks and snacks before the performance and during the interval from our bars on each level. The average price for snacks, including ice cream, is £4.

We understand that people want to bring their own snacks. As a courtesy to other audience members, please don’t eat hot food or packed lunches.

You can take drinks into the auditorium if they’re in plastic bottles or cups, but no glass please.


We put on some family-friendly performances, but generally speaking, we don’t allow children under the age of five in the audience.

If the show allows children under five, under twos go free. If you’re a parent or carer, please book aisle seats to make getting in and out easier.

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Filming and photography

We don’t allow recording on any cameras, mobile phones or other recording equipment in the auditorium.


We ask that you treat our staff and your fellow audience members with respect. We have a zero-tolerance approach to any intimidating, aggressive or threatening behaviour.

Getting to Peacock Theatre

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Peacock Theatre exterior
Our Address

Peacock Theatre
Portugal St, London WC2A 2HT


All our theatres are fully accessible. Find out about our theatres and the facilities they include.

Find out more about how we’re making our venues and experiences more accessible to more people.

If you have any questions,pleaseget in touch with our team at the Ticket Office. We’re always happy to help. 

In person: The Peacock Theatre ticket office is only open in person one hour before a performance start time.

Phone: Our phoneline (020 7863 8000) is open from 12 – 6pm, Monday – Saturday.

Public transport

It’s easy to reach us using public transport. To plan your journey and for up to date information, visit the TFL Journey Planner


Three bus stops close to the theatre are served by a number of routes.

High Holborn 8, 19, 38, 22B, 25, 188, 501, 521

Kingsway 1, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 501, 505, 521, X68

Aldwych/Strand 4, 11, 15, 23, 26, 76, 171, 341


Holborn (Central/Piccadilly Lines) and Temple (District/Circle Lines) are nearby.

Congestion charge

Peacock Theatre is inside London’s congestion charge zone.

Please check the TFL website to find out when the congestion charge applies.

For information on exemptions, discounts and how to pay, visit Transport for London.


There is a limited amount of space for coaches to park on Kingsway and Portugal Street.

Please make sure the coach is not parked on the double yellow lines, or in the bus stop. To help reduce noise and air pollution, please make sure the engine is switched off when parked outside the theatre.


There are bike racks outside and opposite the theatre, and several cycle hire stations nearby.

Eating and drinking

Take in the buzz of the theatre at one of our stylish bars. We serve a selection of wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks, as well as sandwiches, snacks, tea and coffee.

Bar menu

Our bars are working towards being cashless. We’d really appreciate it if you could help us reach this goal by using your contactless card or phone when paying.

The theatre is close to Covent Garden – a foodie paradise where every taste and budget is catered for. From the buzzing piazza to the winding streets, you’ll find fine dining, quick bites, and everything in between.

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