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Hackney Empire

Described by the Guardian as ‘the most beautiful theatre in London’, Hackney Empire is a Grade II* listed theatre on Mare Street, in the London Borough of Hackney. Originally designed by Frank Matcham, it was built in 1901 as a music hall, and expanded in 2001, now able to seat almost 1,300 audience members. Charlie Chaplin, W. C. Fields, Stanley Holloway, Stan Laurel, Marie Lloyd and Julie Andrews all performed at Hackney Empire when it was a music hall, and in the 1980s it was a home for alternative comedy hosting the likes of Jo Brand, John Cleese, Ben Elton, Harry Enfield,...

Hampstead Theatre

Hampstead Theatre – located on Eton Avenue – is a haven for London’s new writers and playwrights. This venue specialises in the commission and production of new theatre in the capital. In 1959, the original home of the theatre was a parish church school hall in Holly Bush Vale, Hampstead Village. James Roose-Evans acted as the first Artistic Director and selected The Dumb Waiter and The Room by Harold Pinter, as well as Eugène Ionesco’s Jacques and The Sport of My Mad Mother by Ann Jellicoe, for its first season. The theatre then moved to a portable cabin in Swiss Cottage...

Harlow Playhouse

Harlow Playhouse is located in Playhouse Square in the town of Harlow, on the border of Essex and Hertfordshire. The location of the venue at the heart of the town centre reflects its aim to be at the heart of the Harlow public. The ethos of the venue is to be an innovative creative hub for the area and provide cultural experiences to nurture a healthier and happier community. The Playhouse was the result of a lengthy campaign to provide a proper building to host performing arts. In November 1957, a Theatre Working Party was established by local theatrical figures, but it...

Harold Pinter Theatre

The Harold Pinter Theatre is a West End venue named after the late Nobel Prize Winner in 2011, acknowledging his seminal contribution to theatre. It is best known for hosting a mix of new plays and revivals of classic works – both Pinter’s and beyond. In 1891, the theatre originally opened as the Royal Comedy Theatre and gained its reputation when CB Cochran and André Charlot put on their famous review shows during the First World War. The theatre also played a vital role in overturning the censorship of scripts under the Theatres Act 1843 when the producer, Anthony...

Hazlitt Theatre

The Hazlitt Theatre presents an eclectic mix of entertainment for all the family, from the music of The Sons of Pitches and T.Rextasy to the fresh comedy of Romesh Ranganathan. Its traditional proscenium arch and intimate auditorium make it the perfect venue for drama, family shows, comedy, music and variety. The theatre is serviced by its own dressing rooms, licensed bar and refreshment facilities with seating for up to 382 people and has seen many celebrities including , Lee Evans, Jack Dee, Alan Carr and Cilla Black to name a few.

His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen

His Majesty’s Theatre is one of only two so named in the world. It’s an opulent, awe-inspiring Frank Matcham designed theatre, a national treasure, with a breathtaking auditorium described by Billy Connolly as “like playing a gig inside a wedding cake!”  On stage at HMT we bring Broadway and the West End to the North-east with award winning musical theatre - Wicked, Jersey Boys, Dirty Dancing, internationally renowned contemporary dance - Mark Morris Dance Group, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, Jasmin Vardimon, acclaimed stage plays like the National’s One Man Two Guvnors and...

His Majesty's Theatre, London

His Majesty’s Theatre has a capacity of 1,200 people and has played host to several record-setting productions, including its current production The Phantom Of The Opera. The musical opened in 1986 and is the second longest-running musical in West End history. Since 1705 the site where Her Majesty’s Theatre now stands has been home to four other theatres. The location of the theatre has been associated with a playhouse longer than any other theatre in London, excluding the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The original theatre was built in 1705, under permission of Queen Anne’s...

Hull City Hall

Plans to build Hull City Hall date back to 1900 when the Hull Corporation included proposals for the venue within a wider scheme to create a central location for city trams to meet. Work commenced in 1903 and the building was in use by 1909 but unfortunately the exact opening date remains unknown. In 1911, the organ, built by Forster and Andrews of Hull, was installed in the main hall. Today it remains one of the largest working organs in use in the country and monthly organ recitals are held at the hall. Hull City Hall offers a wide range of events each year, hosting top...

Hull Truck Theatre

A pioneering theatre with a unique, powerful, contemporary Northern Voice, locally rooted and national in reach, inspiring artists, exciting audiences and supporting communities to reach their greatest potential. They produce and present exciting and culturally relevant theatre in our building, their community and out on tour. The Truck theatre provide the resources, space and support to grow people and ideas.

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