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New London Theatre

166 Drury Lane, London,WC2B 5PW,United Kingdom
The New London Theatre is a West End theatre located on the corner of Drury Lane and Parker Street in Covent Garden, in the London Borough of Camden.
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Piccadilly Theatre

16 Denman Street, London, Greater London,W1D 7DY,United Kingdom
The Piccadilly Theatre was designed by Bertie Crewe and Edward Stone.  The Theatre opened on the twenty-seventh of April 1928. This enormous building claims to be composed of enough bricks to stretch from London to Paris.
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Orange Tree Theatre

1 Clarence Street, Richmond, Surrey, London,TW9 2SA,United Kingdom
Orange Tree Theatre is a truly intimate theatre with a capacity for only 175 people; there are no blind spots, there is no difference in price for seats and everyone gets to see the action up close.
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Royal Opera House

Covent Garden, London,WC2E 9DD,United Kingdom
The recently redeveloped magnificent  Royal Opera House is the home of the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet.The first incarnation of the building was built in 1732 and staged all manner of performances- not simply opera.
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The London Palladium

8 Argyll Street, Soho,W1F 7TF,United Kingdom
The London Palladium was built in 1910 on the site of the former Henglers Circus which occupied the site from the 1880s.  Built by Frank Matcham- the architect responsible for the London Coliseum- the building is grade II listed.
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Rose Theatre Kingston

24-26 High Street, Kingston,,KT1 1HL,United Kingdom
Founded by Sir Peter Hall, and modelled on the original Elizabethan Rose Theatre on London’s Bankside, Rose Theatre Kingston is the largest producing theatre in South West London.
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Richmond Theatre

The Green, Richmond,TW9 1LX,United Kingdom
The Richmond Theatre is a striking building  inhabits was built in 1899, and thanks to its beautiful architecture (designed by Frank Matcham) it has been used as a film set numerous times, such as in Finding Neverland and Evita.
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The Coliseum

Saint Martin's Lane, Charing Cross,WC2N 4ES,United Kingdom
The Coliseum is was built in 1904 by celebrated architect Frank Matcham- the London Coliseum is a spectacular grade II listed building.
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The Rose Playhouse

56 Park Street, London,SE1 9AS,United Kingdom
The Rose Playhouse was built in 1587 by local businessman Philip Henslowe and was only the fifth purpose built theatre in London.
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Prince of Wales Theatre

31 Coventry Street,W1D 6AS,United Kingdom
The Prince of Wales Theatre is located at 31 Coventry Street, London.  Built by Robert Cromie, the theatre was first opened in October 1937.  Like many of London’s Theatres the designer was the famous CJ Phipps.
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