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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'F'" has found 5 theatres.

Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

If you like a little added sparkle with your live entertainment then the prestigious Festival Theatre is the place for you. Built in 1994, the impressive glass facade imposes a sense of occasion as you enter the sleek and contemporary foyer spaces. Enjoy a drink in our spacious bars and take in the inspiring views across to Arthur's Seat - but don't let the modern entrance fool you - the traditional 1915-seat auditorium, with its sumptuous decor and lavish fittings, has all the grandeur and splendour you need for a truly special theatrical experience.

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Finborough Theatre

The Finborough Theatre is in the West Brompton area of London, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The theatre presents a varied programme of work which includes UK and world premieres of new plays; the venue has always been a supporter of new writing. The Finborough Theatre is an award-winning venue that is recognised as one of the best Off-West End theatres in London and continues to build on this reputation with the events it presents today. The building was originally designed in 1868 as a public house by George Godwin. The additional space above the theatre...

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Floral Pavilion

In its heyday New Brighton was the accepted rendezvous for theatre goers and with seven theatres, was rich in live entertainment. From the 1890s to the outbreak of World War Two and shortly afterwards, hundreds of top stars trod the boards and enthusiastic audiences filled the seats of The Tivoli, Winter Gardens, Tower Theatre, Pier Pavilion, Palace Theatre and the Victoria Gardens Pavilion. Over the years these wonderful theatres, one by one, shut their doors. In 2006 the Floral was facing a similar fate. Many famous artists have appeared at the theatre, including: Ken Dodd,...

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Fortune Theatre

Once described as ‘the most intimate of theatres’, the Fortune Theatre upholds this original charm almost a century after its public opening on Saturday 8 November 1924. With a capacity of 432 over three tiers, the venue is considered to be the second smallest theatre in the West End and is nestled in the heart of the Covent Garden area. Built on the site of the Old Albion Tavern, its design is famous for the entrance door to the theatre which has a statue of Terpsichore, one of the Muses of Greek mythology. It was the first London theatre to be built after World War I,...

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