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Garrick Theatre

The Garrick Theatre is located on Charing Cross Road in London's West End. The theatre is owned and operated by Nimax Theatres and has 718 seats over three levels.


Georgian Theatre Royal

The Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond, North Yorkshire, occupies a unique place in theatre history. Built by Samuel Butler in 1788, it is the oldest working theatre in the UK in its original form and has recently been beautifully restored. It runs a varied artistic programme throughout the year, including a wide range of high-quality drama, dance, children’s theatre, opera and musical evenings. Its annual pantomime is one of the most popular festive shows in the North of England and in 2015 was named by The Telegraph as the best place to see a pantomime in the UK. The...


Gielgud Theatre

Opened 1906 as the Hicks Theatre on 27 December with The Beauty of Bath, a musical play by Seymour Hicks (after whom the theatre was named) and Cosmo Hamilton.


Globe Theatre

Founded by the pioneering American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare's Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare's work and the playhouse for which he wrote, through the connected means of performance and education. Together, the Globe Theatre, Globe Exhibition & Tour and Globe Education seek to further the experience and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance.


Grand Opera House York

The buildings that comprise the Grand Opera House York were not originally intended to be a theatre. The tall section was built as York’s Corn Exchange in 1868 and was meant to be used as a concert hall from time to time. The auditorium was originally a warehouse opening onto Kings Street. In 1902 after the Corn Exchange failed, the buildings were converted into the Grand Opera House by William Peacock. The theatre opened on January 20th 1902 with Little Red Riding Hood starring Florrie Ford. In 1903 the name became The Grand Opera House and Empire because new regulations banned...


Grand Theatre, Blackpool

Blackpool Grand Theatre is one of Britain’s premier heritage theatres. Listed Grade II*, this Matcham theatre is in the top 8 per cent of all listed buildings in England, and one of only thirty listed buildings in Blackpool. It is one of only nine large theatres listed Grade II* or above, north of London. The Grand Theatre sits alongside other significant cultural heritage assets which help to create the unique Blackpool experience. Frank Matcham’s four-tier intimate auditorium with 1,045 seats helps companies create a range of atmospheres for audiences. The Grand is owned...


Grand Theatre, Swansea

Swansea Grand Theatre is at the heart of the city and county of Swansea’s cultural life and is one of the foremost theatres in Wales, with a long and illustrious history. Opera diva of the day, Madame Adelina Patti declared the theatre open on 26th July 1897 During the theatre's early years (1897 - 1930) it established itself as a venue for the best touring companies and star names of the time, with visits by the likes of Ivor Novello, Forbes Robertson and the first knight of theatre, Sir Henry Irving. The theatre then entered a turbulent period in its history from 1933...


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