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Our Theatres

From the London Palladium to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, find out more about our famous, historical London Theatres

  • Adelphi Theatre

    Although there have been various earlier entertainment buildings on the site the reconstructed Adelphi Theatre, with its art deco interiors, opened to the public in December 1930 with Jessie Matthews starring in Evergreen.

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    Adelphi
  • Cambridge Theatre

    One of the youngest and most attractive theatres in the West End, having opened in 1930 with interior decoration by Serge Chemayeff of Waring and Gillow. These were completely restored under the supervision of Carl Toms in 1986.

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    Cambridge
  • Her Majesty's Theatre

    Since 1705 there have been four theatres on the site of Her Majesty’s. The current building was erected by the famous Actor-Manager Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree to house his spectacular productions of Shakespeare and literary adaptations and opened in 1897.

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    Her Majesty’s
  • London Palladium

    It is a venue to which all performers aspire and has hosted more annual Royal Variety Performances than any other theatre. The London Palladium - designed by Frank Matcham - which opened on Boxing Day 1910 and became famous, partly through television, as the “Ace Variety Theatre of the World”.

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    London Palladium
  • New London Theatre

    Whilst the New London is a modern building there has been entertainment on the site since Elizabethan times. The theatre is close to both Covent Garden and Holborn tubes.

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    New London
  • St. James Theatre

    Opened in September 2012, St. James Theatre is a unique, award winning arts complex in central London. With a 312 seat main house presenting plays, musicals and revues, and a 120 capacity Studio in cabaret style offering over 250 shows a year, the St. James has established itself as the vibrant cultural hub of the rapidly developing Victoria area and a major player on the wider cultural scene.

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    St. James
  • Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

    Since 1663 the Theatre Royal Drury Lane has provided entertainment for the masses and has been visited by every monarch since the Restoration. The theatre has not one, but two, royal boxes and it was here that the public first heard both the National Anthem and Rule Britannia.

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    Theatre Royal
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