Apollo Victoria Theatre is situated at Pimlico, London SW1V 1LG. It was opened in 1930 in West end is one of the largest venues with seating capacity around 2328, including 1030 seats in the circle and 1298 seats in the stalls is resonated with the huge audience. The centre of the stalls gives a panoramic and rear view of the stage so it is highly recommended to sit right close for getting implausible immersive experience. First showed played since opening was Hoopla.
Looks like a mermaid of dreams of heaven something never seen before a venue of sizzling musical theatres, hosting top-tier musical shows. It has an entrance on Wilton Road in Westminster district of London. Since 2006 London Victoria station is next to Apollo Victoria Theatre.
It is a testament of beautiful art deco designs with mesmerizing interior and extensive use of decorated scallop shells, concealed lighting and at the ceiling columns that burst into the sculptured fountain. A proscenium like a willowy host of silver trees & glassy well-lit stalactites hanging from the ceiling change from the colours of the dawn, as these to the warm comfort sunlight scrambled your senses. Apollo Victoria Theatre is enriched with a variety of cinema, film, musical performances specialization in occasional performances by big bands. Theatre also gives a glimpse of pre-war experimental transmissions.
Theatre having two identical frontages on Vauxhall and Wilton Bridge road are considered much un-embellished. Along with exterior sides of the auditorium a construction of strong horizontal banding with concrete. In contrast, entrance features are framed by vertical channelling with a cantilevered canopy.
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