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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'A'" has found 13 theatres.

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and recognised as a 'national flagship for the arts'. It has a wide-ranging artistic programme, both producing and presenting, across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts, applied arts, film, new media, and community arts and is recognised as a national centre for arts development. Aberystwyth Arts Centre is a department of Aberystwyth University and a member of the Institute for Literature, Languages and the Creative Arts (ILLCA). They work closely with their fellow Institute colleagues...


Adelphi Theatre

Located on the Strand in the West End, the Adelphi Theatre, is a stylish, art deco building listed with a Grade II status as of 1987. It used to be the West End home of the Olivier Award winning musical Kinky Boots. With the new part ownership agreement of the theatre between Nederlander Theatres and Andrew Lloyd Webber being formed in 1993, the venue was returned to the art deco style to coincide with a premiere of Lloyd Webber’s production of Sunset Boulevard. Many of his popular shows have been staged at the Adelphi Theatre including Love Never Dies, Evita and Joseph And...


Aldwych Theatre

The Aldwych Theatre was designed by the Australian-born theatre architect W.G.R Sprague and first opened its doors in 1905. During its lifetime, the theatre has been the venue of many performances of note including the first ever performance of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard in England; A Streetcar Named Desire starring Vivien Leigh; Tom Stoppard’s Jumpers, Hapgood and Indian Ink all featuring Felicity Kendall; Tom And Clem starring Sir Michael Gabon and Alec McCowen; and Amy’s View with Dame Judi Dench. In 1982, the theatre was acquired by the Nederlander Organization,...


Alexandra Theatre

The Alexandra Theatre has 357 seats and the Little Alex stage has up to 60 seats, plus a studio space for the regular classes and gallery.


Alhambra Theatre

Situated in the heart of Bradford city centre, the Alhambra Theatre provides the best in large scale live entertainment, and is regarded as one of the North's premier receiving venues - from ballet and opera to variety and comedy, musicals, along with the popular annual pantomime. This beautiful theatre continues to attract the best in star names and live entertainment to Bradford with many regionally exclusive productions. Regular visits are made by the Royal Shakespeare Company, Northern Ballet, Disney Theatrical, the National Theatre, Matthew Bourne's New Adventures and...


Almeida Theatre

The Almeida Theatre has an international reputation and hosts original works in its small, intimate studio of 325-seats. It also produces many acclaimed West End transfers. It is an ambitious North London theatre famous for its vision of helping to create the next generation of British artists for the global stage. The theatre’s reputable outreach programme works with local schools to encourage young people to get involved in performance arts. The Almeida’s ‘Participation’ programme – divided into Young Artists, Young Audiences and Community – reached a staggering 6,140 young...


Ambassadors Theatre

The Ambassadors Theatre was designed by the famous architect W. G. R. Sprague, who designed many West End theatres including the neighbouring St Martin’s Theatre. Opening on the 5 June 1913 with a production of Panthea, a play by Monckton Hoffe, the Ambassadors Theatre’s first show had a short run of 15 nights. However, the venue also hosted the world’s longest-running production, The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie which debuted at the Ambassadors Theatre on 25 November 1952 and was held there until its 21st birthday in 1973, when it transferred next door to the St Martin’s...


Apollo Theatre, London

The Apollo Theatre is one of the most famous West End theatres. Located on the renowned Shaftesbury Avenue, the theatre has become well regarded as a venue which frequently receives major Broadway transfers. Opening its doors to audiences in February 1901, with a performance of the American musical comedy, The Belle Of Bohemia, the Apollo became the fourth official theatre to be constructed on the street. It is now a Grade II listed building, with a capacity of 775 seats spread over three tiers, of which the uppermost tier is the steepest of any in London. The main body of...


Apollo Victoria Theatre

Opened as the New Victoria Cinema in 1930, the Apollo Victoria is a venue brimming with art deco design. In the era of 'super' cinemas, Provincial Cinematograph Theatres (PCT) invited Ernest Walmsley Lewis to submit plans to build such a cinema a stone’s throw away from Victoria Station. It was one of Britain’s first cinemas to be listed for its architectural significance and is now a Grade II* listed building. Designing the venue was challenging, especially due to having two major roads running either side of it. Having two frontages was considered very severe; taxi drivers...


Arts Centre, Helmsley

Helmsley Arts Centre is a thriving performance venue for theatre, music, dance, talks, cinema and live broadcasts, plus exhibitions, classes and a range of creative activities for children.


Arts Theatre

The Arts is an independent commercial theatre situated in the heart of London’s West End, providing a dynamic programme of entertainment of all genres. The main house is a 350-seat proscenium arch theatre which has been in operation since 1927. They also operate Above the Arts, a private members bar and performance space on the first floor.


Artsdepot Theatre

Artsdepot is an award winning cultural hub. Our venue incorporates a 395 seat theatre, 148 seat studio theatre, gallery, café, bar, studios, and architecturally stunning public spaces. They have been celebrating the arts since they opened in 2004. Every year, they welcome over 140,000 people who go to watch, learn or be inspired. With their vibrant programme of performances and exhibitions, they seek to surprise and thrill audiences of all ages.


Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Found in the heart of Aylesbury, a stone’s throw from the town’s beautiful Market Square, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre is a world-class venue boasting the best in entertainment from spine-tingling drama to dynamic dance, powerful opera to side-splitting comedy and a host of must-see musicals and children’s theatre. The Waterside has played host to numerous West End hits including Monty Python’s Spamalot, global phenomenon Calendar Girls, award-winning West Side Story and National Theatre’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time to name a few. More than just a theatre,...


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