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Kenton Theatre

The Kenton Theatre is the fourth-oldest working theatre in the country. It is a Regency gem, set in the heart of Henley-on-Thames, with a warm, friendly and cosy intimacy that makes you want to come back. Our policy is to provide a varied programme to suit all tastes, featuring professional touring companies as well as local amateur societies and dance groups. We host a wide variety of productions, from plays, musicals and pantomime to comedy, gigs, talks and children's shows. Local amateur companies and children's shows provide an opportunity for local budding actors...


Kiln Theatre

“Kiln Theatre has revitalised the cultural life of Brent and brings world-class theatre at an affordable price to people from all walks of life.” Zadie Smith Kiln Theatre sits in the heart of Kilburn in Brent, a unique and culturally diverse area of London where over 140 languages are spoken. We are a newly refurbished, welcoming and proudly local venue, with an internationally acclaimed programme of world and UK premieres. Our work presents the world through a variety of lenses, amplifying unheard / ignored voices into the mainstream, exploring and examining the threads...


King George's Hall

King George’s Hall is an arts venue located on Northgate in Blackburn. The building contains three performance spaces: The Concert Hall (capacity 1800), the Windsor Suite (capacity 750) and Blakey’s Café Bar (capacity 500). It hosts a number of cultural events, including comedy shows, classical music concerts, art exhibitions, family shows and popular music concerts. The plans for King George’s Hall were originally laid out in 1905 but went through many council meetings before being accepted in 1910. The first foundation stone was laid by King George V during his visit to...


King's Theatre Glasgow

King’s Theatre Glasgow is one of Scotland’s major theatres. It was designed by the famous theatre architect, Frank Matcham, and opened in 1904. The venue functions primarily as a receiving house, which hosts touring companies across the year. King’s Theatre presents a varied programme of dramas, comedies, musicals, dance and circus. The theatre opened in 1904 and was well-received by the residents of Glasgow and Scotland. It wasn’t until the 1930s however that it gained a top-class reputation. This came about from the idea of A. Stewart Cruikshank to host variety show performances...


King's Theatre, Edinburgh

One of Britain’s most opulent touring venues, the King’s Theatre has recently undergone a major refurbishment which has seen big improvements for the beloved Edinburgh venue, not least of which is the brand new seating which affords much more legroom and an altogether more comfortable audience experience. The clean, fresh design of the modernised Box Office sits nicely alongside the Art Nouveau splendour of the original foyer, but it is the King’s auditorium that commands the wow factor; an Aladdin’s cave of Viennese Baroque, with plush gilt fittings and a glorious chandelier...


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