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Cadogan Hall

Set in a fantastic location in the heart of Chelsea Cadogan Hall has become one of London’s leading venues. The Hall’s 950 seats, excellent acoustic and luxurious surroundings makes it the first choice for some of the UK’s top orchestras, including the Hall’s resident orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, as well as a favourite London destination for international touring orchestras. Cadogan Hall is the chosen venue for the world-famous BBC Proms Chamber Music Series and also offers a vibrant selection of contemporary, jazz, folk and world music events as well as talks, debates...

Cambridge Theatre

The Cambridge Theatre is one of the youngest theatres in the West End, and is home to the Olivier award-winning critically acclaimed production of Matilda The Musical. Built in remembrance of the famous theatre producer, Bertie Mayer. It occupies a triangular site on the corner of Earlham Street, facing towards Seven Dials, giving its iconic, unusual appearance. The theatre’s external aesthetic is matched with by its striking interior design. Designed in 1930 by Serge Chermayeff of Waring and Gillow, it underwent a complete restoration in 1986. The entrance foyer is circular...

Canada Water Theatre

As part of an innovative partnership with Southwark Council, the 150-seat theatre at Canada Water Library is managed and programmed by the Albany with a range of events and performances for all ages. The Albany also manage the suite of six meeting rooms that are available for hire and the onsite café. Designed by world renowned architect Piers Gough, partner at CZWG architects, the Canada Water Library opened in November 2011. The library incorporates a range of cultural and community facilities, reflecting Southwark Council’s ambition to put libraries at the heart of community...

Castle Theatre

Built on the site of the former Cattle Market in Wellingborough, Castle Theatre is a lively theatre and cinema which is home to professional touring theatre companies and community groups. Parkwood Theatres began running Castle Theatre in 2019 and it is now one of the most vibrant and diverse programmes of arts and performance in Northamptonshire. Castle Theatre plays host to artists, musicians, dancers and performers from around the world, from household names and West End shows to artists presenting new performance, theatre, music, dance, comedy and film. Set in the bustling...


Welcome to Scotland's most exciting contemporary performance and meeting space in the heart of the Glenkens community. Called CatStrand after the very small stream that used to run underneath it, the name also reflects the stream of activities that flow through it. Not only does CatStrand promote a varied music, arts and exhibition programme - it also boasts up-to-date training and conference facilities, offers local information and a cafe, and runs regular computer classes and exercise classes. It is home to CatStrand Cinema and there are plenty of things to do for both the...

Charing Cross Theatre

Welcome to the Charing Cross Theatre and the Players Bar and Kitchen. This 'hidden gem' venue has everything you will need for an unforgettable experience under one roof. The theatre, a former Victorian music hall, offers an eclectic mix of drama, musicals, comedy, cabaret and even some late night shows. The diverse programme has something to suit every theatrical taste. Since 1864, there has been a theatre under the arches at Charing Cross Station. Known throughout the years by several names (Gattis-in-The-Arches, The Players Theatre and the New Players Theatre), the theatre...

Chelmsford Theatre

Chelmsford’s cultural and entertainment hub comprises of two venues offering everything from live music, comedy, theatre, family shows and of course the yearly panto. Chelmsford Theatre is a 502 seat theatre which offers a wide range of large scale professional, touring and amateur performances throughout the year, from classical drama and dance to eclectic music and of course, those all time family favourites. Chelmsford Theatre Studio is an intimate studio theatre, seating up to 165 and offers a range of smaller scale professional touring theatre, live music and lunchtime...

Cheltenham Playhouse

Cheltenham Playhouse was founded in April 1945 making it the only new theatre in the UK to begin operating during World War II. Formerly a home for local amateur theatre, the venue now presents a mix of professional and community drama and musical theatre, live music, comedy, burlesque and film, while also offering daytime and evening community interest activities from parent and toddler groups and choirs to its own drama school, Theatre Studio. The building itself dates back to 1806, making it one of the oldest surviving spa buildings in the town, as it was set up as a baths...

Chequer Mead Theatre

Located in the heart of East Grinstead, Chequer Mead Theatre is one of the best venues for entertainment in the South East. This intimate theatre offers quality shows from musicals to stand-up comedy nights, with talks from acclaimed speakers to touring ballet productions, there are a huge selection of shows and events to suit all tastes. Chequer Mead also shows event cinema screenings, including the National Theatre Live programme.

Chichester Festival Theatre

Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK’s flagship theatres, renowned for the exceptionally high standard of its productions as well as its work with the community and young people. Situated in a cathedral city in West Sussex between the South Downs and the sea, the Festival Theatre’s bold thrust stage design makes it one of England’s most striking playhouses – equally suited to epic drama and musicals. Its studio theatre, the Minerva, is particularly noted for premieres of new work alongside intimate revivals.


Chickenshed is a company that makes beautiful and inspirational theatre, where imagination translates into empowerment. By bringing together people of all ages and from all backgrounds we produce outstanding theatre that entertains, inspires, challenges and educates both audiences and participants alike. Using the power of performing arts Chickenshed helps people reach their full potential and feel accepted. We create a truly inclusive environment where people don’t stigmatise, label or disregard, but accept and welcome difference. Chickenshed’s vision is a society that...

Chorley Theatre

Enjoy a wide variety of plays, comedy, film, music and event cinema in Chorley town centre, Lancashire. Run entirely by volunteers from Chorley Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (CADOS) the venue stage their own productions plus the best in touring comedy, music, and films across their two performance spaces: the main stage, and the Studio. Originally opened in 1910, this is one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas still open in the world, equipped with the latest technology, a well-stocked bar, and fully accessible throughout. The award-winning CADOS currently stage...

Churchill Theatre

The Churchill Theatre was opened in 1977 by HM Prince of Wales and has been one of South East London’s premier theatres ever since. The theatre, which is situated in Bromley, was integrated into the Bromley Library building and was designed with an underground auditorium to disguise the true size of the theatre. The theatre is an example of a repertory theatre which was designed to emulate the style of opera houses in Europe. It has a two-tier seating layout which has capacity for 781 people. The theatre welcomes some of the best touring companies to its stage, and presents...

City Varieties Music Hall

A hidden gem. Leeds’ oldest working theatre and the Guinness World Record holder for the nation’s longest running music hall. Not bad for a once smoke-filled room above a pub, where the working class of Leeds would drink and be merry, shout vulgarities at performers and sing-along to pithy ditties. Established in 1865, The Varieties is a living, breathing homage to the music hall era. You can feel it, touch it, smell it. If you stop, take a breath and listen, she’ll tell you the story of the stars who have performed on her stage, from Houdini to Russell Crowe; the prince...

Colchester Arts Centre

Colchester Arts Centre - the little church with the big attitude deep in the heart of Essex. Well that's how we describe it anyway. It sort of works, it at least gives a flavour of what we're about. Because just how do you describe a venue that can put children's entertainer Palfi the Clown on, on the same day as Cradle of Filth? Where a Farmer's Market in the morning becomes a comedy club in the evening, where folk enthusiasts can sit happily knitting (and they do!) in the exact same spot a ferocious mosh pit of teenage dancing takes place the following night? And...

Coliseum Theatre Aberdare

The Coliseum Theatre – a unique 1930’s art deco 650 seat theatre nestling in the suburbs of Aberdare. A busy venue bursting with an energetic programme of drama, comedy, opera, ballet, music, cinema, children’s, school, and community events. [image credit: RCT Theatres]

Congress Theatre

The Congress Theatre is a Grade II* listed, purpose built, theatre and conference venue designed by Bryan and Norman Westwood Architects and built in 1963. The largest theatre on the South Coast, the Congress Theatre is host to touring West End musicals and plays, ballet, opera, comedy and live music, the range of live entertainment on offer is extensive and diverse.

Connaught Theatre & Studio

The Connaught Theatre became established in 1935 following an extension to the 20-year-old building. It houses many touring shows, from West End theatre productions to musicals. Since the late 1980s, the Connaught has also been a dual use cinema and theatre, with two top of the range screens and a high audience capacity. The Connaught is revered for its Art Deco feel, transporting you back to the decades it began in. Whether visiting for shows in the Studio or the main house of the theatre, you are guaranteed an immersive and intimate experience. The fabulous Fraser’s Bar...

Criterion Theatre

The Criterion Theatre is located at the heart of the West End’s Piccadilly area and has been home to some of London’s longest-running and most popular comedies and farces. The theatre was designed by the pairing of renowned architect Thomas Verity and interior designers Simpson and Son in 1874. The theatre is well-known for featuring an auditorium which is built underground and was subsequently used by the BBC during the London Blitz. The subterranean nature of the space meant that the theatre could easily be transformed into a studio which was free from the threat of air...

Crucible Theatre

One of the country’s leading theatres, Sheffield Theatres is home to the world-famous Crucible and the multi-format Studio. Taking pride in creating bold, passionate and enriching work. They produces a diverse programme of work, spanning a range of genres: classical revivals, new work, large-scale musicals and innovative and immersive theatre experiences. It presents the best shows currently on tour in the UK and works with theatre artists locally and nationally to nurture and develop new creative talent.

Cumbernauld Theatre at Lanternhouse

Lanternhouse is a performing arts centre jointly managed by North Lanarkshire Council and Cumbernauld Theatre Trust. This state-of-the-art venue houses two performance spaces – a 300-seat auditorium and a studio theatre with a capacity of 70 to 100 seats, a dance studio for classes, a café/bistro and a bespoke 84-seat cinema. Cumbernauld Theatre Trust produces and presents professional theatre, music, drama, comedy and cinema to suit all tastes and ages.

Curve Theatre

Curve is one of the UK's leading producing theatres. We believe everyone who lives, works or learns in our city should have access to great art and culture. Each year over 750,000 people engage with Curve through performances and projects at our home in Leicester, across the UK and internationally. Under the leadership of Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster, Curve has developed an international reputation for producing, programming and touring a bold and diverse programme of musicals, plays, new work, dance and opera. Curve-originated productions...

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