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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'D'" has found 10 theatres.

Darlington Hippodrome

Darlington Hippodrome opened its doors once more on Saturday 18 November 2017 following an extensive, 18 month multi-million pound restoration project made possible by a successful Heritage Lottery Fund bid. The project included the restoration of the distinctive exterior of the theatre and the beautiful Edwardian auditorium a modern new entrance and promenade galleries celebrating its heritage and the history of theatre in Darlington; the creation of a stunning vaulted function room in the former water tower, as well as improved seating with more leg room and disabled access;...

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Darwen Library Theatre

Darwen Library Theatre is a popular, intimate theatre that promotes a thrilling all-year-round programme of music, comedy, film, drama and community Arts activities designed to entertain, amuse, inform and provoke!

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Derby Theatre

Derby Theatre has a long and rich history of delivering high quality drama to audiences. Previously Derby Playhouse, our unique new partnership with University of Derby and an Arts Council England award of strategic funding, which will be built on via our entry into their National Portfolio in April 2015, now means Derby Theatre is transforming from a traditional producing house to an organisation of training, mentorship and artistic excellence. Led by Artistic Director and Chief Executive Sarah Brigham, Derby Theatre is bringing together creative professionals and audiences...

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Devonshire Park Theatre

The Devonshire Park Theatre is a Grade II listed building designed by Henry Currey, built in 1884 and further improved by celebrated theatre architect Frank Matcham in 1903. It is one of the best examples of small Victorian Theatre in the country with ornate interior featuring decorative plaster work with scrolls and caryatids by Schmidt of Holloway.

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Dominion Theatre

Dominion Theatre, initially a cinema, is a West End theatre located on Tottenham Court Road, close to St Giles Circus and Centre Point, in the London Borough of Camden.

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Donmar Warehouse

Led by Artistic Director Josie Rourke and Executive Producer Kate Pakenham, the Donmar is an intimate 251-seat, subsidised theatre in Covent Garden; right at the heart of London’s West End. It is internationally renowned as one the world’s principle producing theatres, having won over 100 major awards during its 24 year history.

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Dorking Halls

Dorking Halls has always been at the heart of the community. In 1926, a brand new hall was built to house the much-loved Leith Hill Musical Competition. The building of the venue was made possible by shareholders Howard Martineau, a friend of renowned composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and Dame Frances Farrer of Abinger - who became the first LHMF Chairman and President. They were joined by a number of other Dorking gentry. The design, by the architect Mr Meredith, was comprised of three different-sized halls to make the venue as versatile as possible and downstairs changing...

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Duchess Theatre

The Duchess Theatre is located on Catherine Street in London's West End. The theatre is owned and operated by Nimax Theatres and has 494 seats. The Duchess is one of the youngest and smallest West End theatres. The building was originally promoted by Arthur Gibbons and designed by architect Ewen Barr to overcome objections about ancient lights which had prevented previous building on the small site. The interior decoration as it is today was introduced in 1934 under the supervision of Mary Wyndham Lewis, wife of J B Priestley.

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Duke of York's

The theatre, which opened on 10 September 1892 with Wedding Eve, was built for Frank Wyatt and his wife, Violet Melnotte. Initially called the Trafalgar Square, the name was shortened to Trafalgar in 1894 and the following year became the Duke of York's to honour the future King George V. In 1900, Jerome K Jerome's Miss Hobbs was staged as well as David Belasco's Madame Butterfly, which was seen by Puccini, who later turned it into what is probably his most famous opera; it was ultimately performed at the Duke of York's in 1932 by the Carl Rosa Opera Company.

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Dundee Rep Theatre

Dundee Rep Theatre is a purpose built award-winning theatre in the cultural quarter of Dundee. It comprises our 455 seat auditorium, 3 rehearsal studios and a four-time award-winning bar and brasserie. Since the day Dundee Rep Theatre opened in 1939, we have been a centre of creative energy and a leading national producing theatre company in the UK. Dundee Rep Theatre is rooted in making work for and with a diverse local audience while strengthening its national and international reputation. The theatre is a national cultural asset which the people of Dundee feel...

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