Travel Tips: Getting Around Theatreland

Do you need help travelling to see a show in London? We have a few tips that might help you travel around the capital.

Travelling By Public Transport

You can plan your journey and find the quickest route whether it be on public transport or by foot using Transport for London’s handy Journey Planner. You can find the address of the theatre you’re visiting and the closest rail and tube stations on the venue pages.



Travelling By Car

If you’re driving to visit the TKTS booth or to see a show, take advantage of the Theatreland Parking Scheme from Q-Park saving you 50% off your parking. More information is available at

Finding the TKTS booth

Our TKTS booth is on the south side of the square opposite the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire hotel. There are lots of other ticket shops in the square but we are the only one run by the Society of London Theatre – a not for profit organisation.

TKTS from Leicester Square

From Leicester Square Underground station: Exit onto Charing Cross Road. Head west along Cranbourn Street. At the end of Cranbourn Street, you will enter Leicester Square. Turn left and head to the South of the Square. TKTS is the building next to the Park.

TKTS from Piccadilly Circus

From Piccadilly Circus Underground station: Exit onto Coventry Street. Head east until you cross Wardour Street and approach Leicester Square. Once in the Square, turn right and head to the south of the Square. TKTS is the building next to the Park.

TKTS from Charing Cross
From Charing Cross Underground station: Exit onto the Strand. Walk towards Trafalgar Square and then turn right onto St Martin’s Place, which becomes Charing Cross Road further up the street. Walk towards the National Portrait Gallery with Trafalgar Square on your left and St Martin’s in the Field church on your right. After you’ve passed the National Gallery you will need to turn left onto Irving Street and continue on Irving Street right into the heart of Leicester Square. You will be able to see TKTS straight ahead of you.