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Edinburgh International Festival

The 2023 Edinburgh International Festival runs from 4-27 August. Buy tickets for all events using Theatre Tokens when they go on sale at midday on 3 May. Please call the box office on 0131 473 2000. Theatre Tokens cannot currently be used online to purchase tickets for Edinburgh International Festival events. In-Person and Phone Booking Our Box Office at The Hub, Castlehill will be open for in-person and phone bookings at the following dates and times: 24 April–5 May (closed 2 May) Monday to Saturday, 12noon–5pm Closed on Sunday 9 May–3 Aug By appointment...

Edinburgh Playhouse

The Edinburgh Playhouse opened its doors for the first time at 2pm on Monday 12 August 1929. Although originally designed as a variety theatre, by the time the building was completed it had been decided to open it as a cinema. The first film to be screened was ‘The Doctor’s Secret’ an adaptation of JM Barrie’s short play ‘Half an Hour’. In 1980 it became a fully functional theatre for the first time. Since then, it has played host to some of the world's most loved performers and productions.

Epsom Playhouse

Located in the south-west end of Epsom town centre, the Epsom Playhouse was part of a redevelopment which began in the early 1980s, with the theatre opening in 1984. The venue proudly hosts international travelling companies and comedians and has a vibrant and diverse programme of events comprising both professional and community productions. The main auditorium regularly plays host to productions from major theatrical companies. It is also home to popular children's shows, and proudly presents pre-Christmas and Twelve Days of Christmas pantomimes of classic remakes, such...

Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

The Everyman is Gloucestershire's theatre - and has been serving the county (and beyond) since 1891. Our main auditorium is an architectural masterpiece designed by Frank Matcham that has inspired generations of performers. The common thread throughout the many years has always been our relationship with our audience - a relationship that we treasure. Whether you visit the Everyman to see ballet, opera, drama, dance, comedy, music events or our traditional family pantomime. Or if you take part in one of our many community projects, education workshops or youth theatre productions....

Everyman Theatre, Liverpool

Situated up on Hope Street, between the two cathedrals, the new Everyman opened in March 2014 to great acclaim from audiences and critics, winning the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture. Accessible and environmentally sustainable, the new theatre combines the trademark wrap-around auditorium and basement bistro with many new facilities. Light, open front-of-house spaces and a pavement café; rehearsal and workshop facilities; a dedicated space for our work with young people and community groups, and a workspace for writers allows the whole building to be a vibrant, creative...

Exeter Northcott Theatre

Exeter Northcott Theatre is Exeter’s flagship professional theatre. We are passionate about live performance and delight in presenting a varied programme of the highest quality drama, opera, music, dance, comedy and family theatre.

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