Theatre

 

London is a cosmopolitan city that has an intense multicultural activity. The theatres expose the last international premieres and people can delight a huge variety of first class plays.

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Most of London theatres are located in central London around Shaftesbury Avenue and nearby streets of the West End. London theatres attract different audience, inspiring people from any age and culture. Furthermore, there are some of the best children theatres of the world, renowned by their excellent educational, creative and funny features.

In addition, London offers accessible theatres with special facilities, open air theatres (e.g. Regent’s Park),historic theatres and pub theatres where you can enjoy both pints and plays.

Some of the most recognized (West end) theatres in London are:

Adelphi Theatre | Aldwych Theatre | Ambassadors Theatre | Apollo Theatre | Apollo Victoria Theatre | Arts Theatre | Cambridge Theatre | Churchill Theatre | Coliseum Theatre | Comedy Theatre | Criterion Theatre | Dominion Theatre | Duke of York’s Theatre | Fortune Theatre | Institute of Contemporary Arts | Jermyn Street Theatre | Landor Theatre | London Coliseum | London Palladium | New London Theatre | Noel Coward Theatre | Novello Theatre | Palace Theatre | Piccadilly Theatre | Players’ Theatre | Playhouse Theatre | Prince Edward Theatre | Prince of Wales Theatre | Queen’s Theatre | Royal Court Jerwood Theatre | Royal Opera House | Regents Park Open Air Theatre | Shaftesbury Theatre | Soho Theatre | St Martin’s Theatre | Victoria Palace Theatre | Whitehall Theatre (Trafalgar Studios) | Windmill Theatre

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