Think you know the West End streets – here are the answers to our quiz!

If you’re playing along with our West End Streets quiz, here are all the answers you need (correct as of September 2017). Well done if you’ve scored over 8/10 – most won’t. And if you’ve scored 10/10 give yourself a gold star – you are truly a West End genius!

  1. Russell Street (Fortune Theatre’s Woman in Black is diagonally opposite the stage door of Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
  2. The Cut (home to both The Old Vic and Young Vic theatres)
  3. London Road This verbatim musical about the serial murders of Ipswich sex workers premiered in the Cottesloe (now Dorfman) – part of the National Theatre.
  4. Coventry Street (Prince of Wales Theatre, current home of The Book of Mormon)
  5. Argyll Street (home to the London Palladium which frequently hosts Royal Variety Performances)
  6. St Martin’s Lane (home of English National Opera (London Coliseum) and Duke of York’s Theatres)
  7. Shaftesbury Avenue (home to many theatres, including the Palace Theatre (currently home to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) and Queens Theatre (Les Miserables)
  8. The Strand (the street is home to the Adelphi Theatre (original home of Sunset Boulevard) and The Savoy Theatre (2015 home to the Chichester transfer of Gypsy* starring Imelda Staunton) *check out our archive interview with Gypsy’s Gemma Sutton
  9. Charing Cross Road (home to the Phoenix Theatre (soon showing The Exorcist) and Garrick Theatre (soon playing host to Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein).
  10. Jermyn Street (here you’ll find a statue of George “Beau” Brummell as well as the tiny Jermyn Street Theatre).

Love it? Then why not test your friends and check out our other fiendishly difficult theatre quizzes!